jones 3 Questions 0 Answers 0 Best Answers 14 Points View Profile 0 jones Beginner Asked: November 9, 2018In: RESTful Design Bidirectional communication? 0 Can i also write back or just read with the BridgeAPI? Share Facebook 1 Answer Voted Oldest Recent Alexander 2 Questions 94 Answers 15 Best Answers 621 Points View Profile Alexander Expert Added an answer on 11/10/2018 at 7:46 pm Due to the machine data collection, order data collection and process data collection that takes place in the platforms which FORCE Bridge API offers as an interface, such a platform offers a great deal of data for further processing on the application level. Therefore the GET interfaces predominate. However, there is also the possibility that an application provides data for other applications. These are for example: the results of the detailed order planning (POST operations/planningResults/update), planning scenarios (POST operations/planningScenarios), or even predicted machine malfunctions within the context of predictive maintenance (POST workplaces/predictedMalfunctionScenarios). In addition, a tool management system (see tools/…) or a product life cycle system (see fileRepository/…) can transfer data to the platform. In general, most of the data that is processed in the platform comes from the machine controls or, like the production orders, from an ERP system to the platform. Applications themselves usually provide little information (with the exception of the tool lists, inspection plans, NC programs, etc. stored in the file repository for the individual operations). 0 Reply Leave an answerCancel replyYou must login or register to add a new answer.