The array of AD types on Page 52 of the Component Datasheet doesn't tell you the index, enumeration, or numbers associated with the different AD types. It merely lists the different types in a table. I don't know why you would assume that
0x09 is the correct value for the Complete Local Name AD Type. If you open the BLE Component itself and go to the GAP Settings page, selecting the "Local Name" to be advertised will insert the value 0x09 as the AD type value associated with the Complete Local Name. Also, since it is a Bluetooth defined constant, looking at their website:Generic Access Profile | Bluetooth Technology Website
You will see that the Complete Local Name is defined as 0x09 there as well
Hope this helps answer your question (wasn't sure if that was what you were asking)
I would have expected to see as an addition to the table the corresponding index. Since I didn’t see it, I had to assume it, but I also had doubts about it due to another example given. Thanks for the reference.
No worries. I've made similar assumptions before.
Glad I could help out