sl_bt_evt_gatt_server_user_write_requestGATT Server

Indicates that a remote GATT client is attempting to write a value of an attribute into the local GATT database, where the attribute was defined in the GATT database XML file to have the type="user".

Data Structures

struct  sl_bt_evt_gatt_server_user_write_request_s
 Data structure of the user_write_request event.
 

Macros

#define sl_bt_evt_gatt_server_user_write_request_id   0x020a00a0
 Identifier of the user_write_request event.
 

Detailed Description

Indicates that a remote GATT client is attempting to write a value of an attribute into the local GATT database, where the attribute was defined in the GATT database XML file to have the type="user".

The parameter att_opcode informs which attribute procedure was used to write the value. If the att_opcode is sl_bt_gatt_write_request (see sl_bt_gatt_att_opcode_t), the application needs to respond to this request by using the sl_bt_gatt_server_send_user_write_response command within 30 seconds, otherwise further GATT transactions are not allowed by the remote side. If the value of att_opcode is sl_bt_gatt_execute_write_request, it indicates that this is a queued prepare write request received earlier and now the GATT server is processing the execute write. The event sl_bt_evt_gatt_server_execute_write_completed will be emitted after all queued requests have been processed.


Data Structure Documentation

◆ sl_bt_evt_gatt_server_user_write_request_s

struct sl_bt_evt_gatt_server_user_write_request_s

Data structure of the user_write_request event.

Data Fields
uint8_t connection

Connection handle

uint16_t characteristic

GATT characteristic handle. This value is normally received from the gatt_characteristic event.

uint8_t att_opcode

Enum sl_bt_gatt_att_opcode_t. Attribute opcode that informs the procedure from which the value was received.

uint16_t offset

Value offset

uint8array value

Value