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COMtoUA enables Classic OPC clients to access OPC UA servers.
COMtoUA is a Classic OPC DCOM server with the capability to act as multiple OPC DA, HDA and/or AE servers. Each server is configuration assigned to a UA server endpoint.
The EasyUA Client SDK provides a set of .NET classes that handle the UA server communication. Included are sample applications and utilities for configuration and testing.
OPC UA DA, HA, AC and UA Methods functionality is supported.
The Alarms&Events .NET (C# and VB.NET) OPC Server Toolkit is an add-on for the DANSrv OPC DA server toolkit. It adds OPC AE 1.1 functionality.
The DANSrv is a .NET (C# and VB.NET) server development toolkit for OPC DA V2/V3 compliant servers. All required customization is done in a .NET assembly. No DCOM and little OPC knowledge is required. The toolkit is easy to use, has high performance and can easily handle ten thousands of items.
The OPC Historian .NET Server Toolkit includes well structured code of compliance tested sample servers.
OPC HDA servers can be implemented in C# or VB.Net.
The OpcSecurityAnalyzer utility is a Windows .Net application that helps find and correct OPC related security settings.
OPC A&E clients can be developed in .NET with C# and VB.NET. The OPCAE.NET SDK provides classes and methods that take advantage of the .NET features and make OPC AE Server access real simple and also very efficient.
The OPCAE.NET-UA component extends the OPCAE.NET Client Component with an OPC UA wrapper. The application can access Classic OPC AE and OPC UA-AC servers through the same API.
OPC clients can be developed in .NET (C# and VB.NET)  without the hassle of COM interoperability. The OPCDA.NET assembly provides .NET classes and methods for for all OPC DA V2/V3 defined functions. Additional helper classes, tools and many samples provide a highly efficient application development environment.
The OPCDA.NET-UA component extends the OPCDA.NET Client SDK for C# and VB.NET with an OPC UA wrapper. The application can access OPC DA and OPC UA servers through the same API.
Users of the OPCDA.NET Client Component can upgrade their products to support OPC UA without application code changes.
OPC historical data access clients can be developed in .NET with C# or VB.NET. The OPCHDA.NET assembly provides classes and methods that take advantage of the .NET features and make OPC HDA Server access real simple and also very efficient.
The OPCHDA.NET-UA component extends the OPCHDA.NET Client Component with an OPC UA wrapper.
The application can access Classic OPC HDA and OPC UA-HA servers through the same API.
Advosol offers its OPC and .NET knowhow in the form of support incidents and on an hourly base.

Test Client applications for OPC DA V2, DA V3, HDA, AE, XML DA, OPC .NET (Xi)

The Advosol OPC UA Server Toolkit simplifies the transition to OPC UA. The toolkit can use the same  C#/VB.NETcustomization plug-in .NET assembly as the Advosol OPC DA/HDA/AE and XML DA server toolkits. Or, UA servers can be implemented with UA node managers
UAtoCOM enables UA clients to access Classic OPC DA, HDA, AE servers.
UAtoCOM is an OPC UA server that acts as a Classic OPC client to aggregate multiple OPC DA, HDA, AE servers.
The XML-DA .NET Server Toolkit for C# and VB.NET is a .Net web service with an XML-DA V1.01 compliant generic server and a .Net assembly with the application specific device handler.
The XML-DA Client Side Gateway is an OPC DA converter server that enables OPC DA client applications to access XML-DA servers. The XML-DA servers may be remote without firewall issues thanks to the XML DA HTTP based communication.
The XML-DA Server Side Gateway is an XML DA service that enables XML-DA clients to access OPC DA V2 servers. Through the gateway OPC DA servers can be accessed from remote XML DA  clients.
XMLDA.NET is a .NET Client development toolkit that handles the access to XML DA and OPC DA servers. The application is coded as an XML DA web client, independent of the type of server to be accessed. Ideal for ASP.NET applications.

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