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The Abort SDO Transfer


At any time the client or server may abort an SDO transmission. The error code gives an indication as to why the transfer was aborted. Typical errors are that a desired Object Dictionary entry is not implemented by the SDO server or that the entry is of a different length (for example writing a 2-byte value to a 4-byte entry). For a listing of the possible error codes see the Reference Section.




Message contents:
  • cs: Command Specifier = 4
  • x: reserved
  • The Multiplexor contains the Index and Subindex of the OD entry that was affected
  • The Error Code gives an indication of what went wrong