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MDM On-Demand Read Command Unable To Distinguish Between Interval And Scalar Readings (Doc ID 2510914.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Smart Grid Gateway Adapter for Landis+Gyr - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On : version, L+G Device Commissioning

MDM On-Demand Read command unable to distinguish between interval and scalar readings

Evergy currently use ODR command for scalars. For this command, we have configured a specific External UOM to map to UOM/TOU/SQI for kWh Delivered Scalar MC Type. We are now setting up ODR command for interval but are finding that L+G Head End sends the same External UOM for kWh Delivered Interval as well. This is leading to issue because MDM is trying to create a Scalar IMD using interval readings sent by the ODR Interval command.
We need the ability for the ODR command to create the correct scalar or interval IMD depending on the command.

End Date/Time and End Quantity are required.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Set up new meter for On Demand Read for Interval and send out request to head end
2. When response arrives, allow it to process through
3. Get error as described instead of IMD created




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