Sorry by my insistence in this post but I’m a bit frustrated with alarms. I’m searching in forum about querystatus and queryjournal and I found some posts without a clear response or maybe too old.
If I make a queryStatus I get something very similar to queryJournal output. In fact, the doc says
" *details for when the alarm became active, acknowledged, and cleared are combined into a single item. This differs from system.alarm.queryJournal() which splits these events into separate items."
But I have registers (with dataSet) with only one event time and a state. And various register with different timestamps for the same alarm. I read in a forum post of 2015 something like there’s more than one state in a register (like docs says) but not my current output.
The output for queryJournal and queryStatus are very similar (like I read in some other forum post). In queryStatus I have registers with alarm events for previous days. I supose in queryJournal there are more aged values than in queryStatus?
Such a simple request like know what alarms were active each day of the past year, seems as difficult as rebuild all alarm events from january… Maybe there’s an alarm that was active on january that remained active for example until june (I’m exaggerating to show clearly my doubt). This alarm is not shown in a queryJournal of march. Is like I’m explainning or I’m already a bit obfuscated with alarms?