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SGG Sensus Adapter Doesn’t Properly Handle Backfill File When It Contains Interval Gap Reads (Doc ID 2352673.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Smart Grid Gateway Adapter for Silver Spring Networks - Version 2.2.0.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Oracle Utilities Smart Grid Gateway Adapter for Sensus RNI does not look at the individual date time stamps for the intervals and this can shift intervals incorrectly.

In the scenario when this problem occurs, Sensus sends a CMEP file that contains late reads that did not come in the first CMEP1 CMEP2 files. These late reads may consist of full cuts or pieces of cut or single intervals from throughout the day in the file. The file may consist of both interval and register reads.

For example, an interval read is loaded for KWHREG register read. SGG Sensus adapter parses this read successfully. A second read in this file is for the KWH interval gap read. The intervals begin at 2017-08-19:16:15 and continue until 2017-08-19:17:30 at which point it jumps to 2017-08-19:2215 and then again to 2017-08-20:11:45. Unfortunately, the SGG Sensus adapter does not look at the individual date time stamps for the intervals and therefore shifted the intervals when assigning the sequence making it appear as if it is a contiguous interval read.




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