New dataFEED OPC UA .NET SDK Version 2.40

11.03.2020

The new version V2.40 of our dataFEED UA .NET Standard SDK now provides a set of additonal functionalities:

dataFEED OPC UA .NET Standard SDK Server Library

  • Support for creating custom DataType, VariableType and ObjectType nodes and instances
  • Extended support for complex data types:
         - Support for custom Structure, StructureWithOptionalFields, Union, Enumeration and OptionSet data types
         - Expose DataTypeDefinition attribute of DataType nodes to allow OPC UA Clients to read custom data types
         - Enhanced ImportNodeSet functionality for reading the DataTypeDefinition attribute of DataType nodes
         - Sample code for creating and handling custom data types
  • Support for creating custom variable and object types

dataFEED OPC UA .NET Standard SDK Client Library

  • Extended support for complex data types:
         - Support for custom Structure, StructureWithOptionalFields, Union, Enumeration and OptionSet data types
         - Load OPC UA Server custom data types by reading the DataTypeDefinition attribute of DataType nodes for V1.04 OPC UA Servers
         - Sample code for handling custom data types

General Updates

  • Bug fixes
  • Removal of .NET Standard 1.4 support

The dataFEED OPC .NET Standard SDK libraries are compiled using NuGet package OPCFoundation.NetStandard.Opc.Ua - version 1.4.359.31. When using dataFEED OPC UA .NET Standard SDK V2.40 it is important to use the identical version of the OPC UA .NET Standard sack from OPC Foundation.

For more information regarding the new features of this release please check the What's New section of our documentation.

As a dataFEED UA .NET Standard SDK customer, you can download and use the latest version free of charge.

Together with the complete release notes, the new dataFEED OPC UA .NET Standard SDK is available now. 
If it is not possible for you to download dataFEED OPC UA C++ SDKs from our website, please contact Softing to obtain the software in another way.