2.1.5. Macro usage

The functions shown in Table 2.5 enable you to manipulate server macros. Server macros encapsulate sequences of functions to be sent to the server ahead of time and then run on demand. The time required to communicate with the server is significantly reduced, making access to the device much faster.

Macros defined for one connection are not available to others, and are deleted when the connection is terminated.

Table 2.5. Macro usage

Macro function

Normal macro usage

Advanced macro usage

Creating macros

TAPOp_DefineMacro

-

Deleting macros

TAPOp_DeleteMacro

-
 

TAPOp_DeleteAllMacros

-

Displaying macros (for debug)

TAPOp_DisplayMacro

-

Running macros

TAPOp_RunMacro

TAPOp_RunBufferedMacro

TAPOp_FillMacroBuffer

Synchronized stop/start macros

-

TAPOp_SetControlMacros

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