Frequently asked questions about RapidSequencer
You will only need RapidCode.NET.dll and RapidSequencerAPI.NET.dll to compile a program using the RapidSequencerAPI when running RapidSequencer on Windows. To run a RapidSequencer on a real-time (INtime) system, you will need an RMP+ license and a system set up with at least two INtime nodes.
We only recommend that you use a separate node for each.
RapidSequencerFactorycontains the following static methods:
You may use any port number you wish, but we recommend avoiding port number conflicts with any well-known or reserved ports. A list may be found here. The sequencer can be connected to via a gRPC channel by specifying the IP address and the port number to connect to.
There is currently no limit to the number of scripts that can run on an instance, but each additional running script will slow down the performance of the RapidSequencer.
Compiling a RapidSequencer script generates a file with the .sqbin extension, which is the compiled version of the script. The path to the .sqbin file is can be found in the
CompileSuccessobject returned by a compile request as the
A RapidSequencer run request takes in a
CompileSuccessobject which is used to specify where the .sqbin file is located. To reuse previous compilation results, you may either save the previous
CompileSuccessobjects or create a new one and specify the