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"Client Subscriptions" .NET Minimal & functional Winform example?
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*Solved*. Managed to get this to work as-per-design. Thanks

 

Hi folks,

I've been studying the UA-.NETStandard-master sample, particularly the Data Access Client example but just can't get to make it work in a minimal format (too many unknown dependencies). I can make it work with an example of a Console App I found, but this does not work inside a Winform .NET app for some strange reason I do not understand.

Any of you have an "MINIMAL" example or code to perform the same subscription and push but within in a WinForm? All I need really is a subscription to a OPC-UA NodeID and pull its name & value every 1 second (sensor).

Below is the code I'm making reference too which works, but does not work with Winform. Any help would be appreciated. I'm using Visual Studio 2019 for info.

Thanks!

EvaSmile

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