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Callback registered with the App via App.onExecute to process requests to update device state.

To support local fulfillment, the local home platform must first establish a local fulfillment path. For more details, see the developer guide.

const executeHandler = (request: IntentFlow.ExecuteRequest):
  Promise<IntentFlow.ExecuteResponse> => {

    // Extract command(s) and device target(s) from request
    const command = request.inputs[0].payload.commands[0];
    const execution = command.execution[0];

    const response = new Execute.Response.Builder()

    const result = command.devices.map((device) => {
      // Construct a local device command
      const deviceCommand = new DataFlow.TcpRequestData();
      // ...

      // Send command to the local device
      return localHomeApp.getDeviceManager()
        .then((result) => {
          response.setSuccessState(result.deviceId, state);
        .catch((err: IntentFlow.HandlerError) => {
          // Please specify the right error code in setErrorState()
            device.id, IntentFlow.ExecuteErrorCode.HARD_ERROR);

    // Respond once all commands complete
    return Promise.all(result)
      .then(() => response.build());