OMF Endpoint Notes

The OSIsoft Message Format (OMF) defines a format for data messages that can be read by compliant OSIsoft products. It defines an abstract message type, where a message consists of a set of key/value pairs, called the header, and a binary payload, called the body. It defines how the messages should be constructed and what they can contain. OMF messages can be constructed using any message protocol that defines headers and bodies. See the OSIsoft Message Format specification for more information about the OSIsoft Message Format.

The Developer Companion Guide is specific to the PI System and describes how to use OMF in your application to send data to PI System destinations, including PI AF Server and PI Data Archive. It includes:

Additional resources are available to help you get started with OMF:

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