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Old September 26th, 2013   #1
berntd
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Default Please clarify: QUEUED_MESSAGE (10.3 Collection of Queued and Status Messages)

Hello

I need clarification on section 10.3.1 please.

It states (10.3.1 3rd paragraph p46) that if there are no queued messages pending, the device will respond with a status message(s) instead.

This seems to imply the PD (Status Type Requested) gets ignored whenever there is a queued message pending.


If that is the case, then what happens if there is a queued message pending and the controller sets the PD = STATUS_GET_LAST_MESSAGE?

Does the device then respond with the queued message or the last message?



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