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  • Hi Matthew!,

    Playing with services, I have discovered a potential none expected behaviour, with the list of remote devices of a local device.

    First, this list can contain remotes devices doubles.
    For example, try this :

    
    localDevice.sendBroadcast(0xBAC0, new WhoIsRequest(null, null));                        
    localDevice.sendBroadcast(0xBAC0, new WhoIsRequest(null, null));
    for (RemoteDevice d : localDevice.getRemoteDevices()) {
          System.out.println("Device found : " + d);
    }
    
    

    Moreover, I do not think it is normal to always have the full remote devices list available, after a call of WhoHasRequest method :

    
    localDevice.sendBroadcast(0xBAC0, new WhoIsRequest(null, null));
    localDevice.sendBroadcast(0xBAC0,new WhoHasRequest(null, new ObjectIdentifier(ObjectType.binaryInput, 4097)));
    
    for (RemoteDevice d : localDevice.getRemoteDevices()) {
          System.out.println("Device found : " + d);
    }
    
    

    In conclusion, we always add remote devices in the list.
    Therefore, can we imagine to add code for cleaning the remote devices list, before each call of WhoIsRequest, WhoHasRequest, etc. ?

    Thank you in advance!

    Jérémie