This implementation guide contains instructions for implementing different parts of Plaid.
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Once built into a binary, Plaid is executed from the command line and has two required parameters: a path to a json formatted schema file (which describes the config), and the path to a config file, like this:
./plaidven <path/to/schema.json> <path/to/config.json>
Additional command line options
The binary also offers the options to print the current version number and create sample plugin messages for reference.
Export the version
$ ./plaidven --version [Date] [plaid] [info] [main] plaid version '2.3.0'
Sample plugin messages
To create sample plugin messages in json files, use the --sample flag, followed by the path to the directory you would like. If the directory path is not included, the files will be exported to the current directory.
$ ./plaidven --sample sample/message/directory [Date] [plaid] [info] [main] Exporting samples to sample/message/directory
Implementation reference materials
To get started, use the build guides
The following guides explain how to implement specific functionality for OpenADR:
In addition, some useful information:
- Generating and using TLS certificates
- Building and running in Docker
- Achieving OpenADR certification
To reference specific files and components of Plaid, see the reference section.