This is a question about IA’s internal test procedures. None of my business really, but hey, that doesn’t stop me from asking. I assume that IA has developed a set of test projects and gateway applications that it uses to validate a new release. With the most recent release, Ignition is a mature product. At this stage, testing and validation is becoming more important.
For example, I’m pretty darned sure that the historical deadband is broken and the legacy alarm notification “Send Clear” is backwards in your most recent releases. I’m not so excited about spend 4 or 5 hours developing my own test application to prove to you that you have a bug, or to prove to myself that I did something wrong, as is often the case.
What I’m getting on about is would you consider releasing some of your test projects and gateways? I expect these to be ugly, but I’d rather start with what you are using than start from scratch, or at least have what are you are using available to examine.