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You do not need to send all the test outcomes each time you update TEAMS-RT, just send those you currently have available. TEAMS-RT will only update the failure modes detected by the set of test updates it receives, the rest will remain in their current state.
By default all the failure modes start in the unknown state.
Before starting your TEAMS-RT client application, the model must be mapped to a system instance in TEAMS-RDS. Follow the steps below to setup the instance in TEAMS-RDS:
Now we must create an instance of the system.
During the initial connection to TEAMS-RT, edit the application “message utils” structure to include the serial number for the new system instance. Now the TEAMS-RT server is able to connect your session with a system instance in the TEAMS-RDS server. To view the current system’s health status:
The TEAMS-RDS TEAMS-RT Software Development Kit (SDK) allows users to build applications that can connect to the TEAMS-RT server component running as part of a TEAMS-RDS server. As long as the client application has access to the TEAMS-RDS server, it may reside on a system any where in the world. By connecting to the TEAMS-RT server and sending it data in real-time, users may monitor the system in real-time by connecting to TEAMS-RDS server. The TEAMS-RDS server will provide the status of the system and lists good/suspected/bad components of the system.
The error code “40” indicates the TEAMS-RDS server is not reachable. You can try to ping the server or open a browser connection to the TEAMS-RDS server web page. You may also ensure that the Tomcat and TEAMS-RT services are running on the TEAMS-RDS server. On Linux servers, also check that the TEAMS-RDS broker is running as well.
TEAMS-RT may be configured in two ways: as a server or as an embedded library (static, shared or dynamically linked) that client applications may directly interface. In the first configuration, the TEAMS-RT server runs as a component on the TEAMS-RDS server. The TEAMS-RT server has the advantage of logging the system status in the TEAMS-RDS server and allowing for managers to monitor the status of their systems on-line. The embedded version of TEAMS-RT has a small footprint and is supported on a larger set of platforms. The following table lists the operating systems supported by TEAMS-RT.
|Microsoft||Windows Server 2003 and up||Windows XP and up.|
|Linux||Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x (32/64-bit)||Red Hat Enterprise Linux 5.x (32/64-bit)|
|Wind River Systems||VxWorks|
|Green Hills||Integrity RTOS|