I am successfully pushing data out to Pachube from Mango. Thanks for the tutorial above it was a BIG help. Pachube documentation is lacking or hard to find. Go to www.pachube.com and type in "Mikes House" in the search field and you will see me on the map. Double click the push pin and you will find my first few feeds. More to come. I gave Mango a little plug there as well.
Because of the way that the Pachube API works a request is made every time a published point is updated. If you are publishing, say, 3 points, and your data source updates them every 10 seconds, you will end up making 30 requests a minute. If you are exceeding your limits there, you should reduce the amount of updates coming from your data source.
I need to save some data through a SQL script in a MySQLDB but I don't have this options in a scheduled event.
If you are saving data on DB server using mango , please put your case in this forum.
Thanks for your help in advance.
With daily purging, that scenario will result in a very stable database size once all of the purging has kicked in. How about you set your system up, let it run for a month, look at the DB size then, and then multiply by 12?
I understand that it would be nice to have something automated - believe me i do. But there are a great number of things that are planned for this system. This one honestly has a strong case for remaining mostly manual.
1 - Yes
2 - When Matcher.match returns false, that message is shown. Can you enumerate the multiple errors you think this is returned for?
3 - Personally, i use QuickREx, a plugin for Eclipse by Bastian Bergerhoff, and i recommend it. If you're not using Eclipse there are probably similar tools around. Find a Java-based one to be sure you're using the same pattern compiler/matcher as Mango.
The quick answer to this is no, this is not supported in the current version.
The slightly longer answer is that this is entirely doable, but isn't on the current product roadmap.
The long answer, is that we would gladly consider adding this to the development plan, and development could of course be accelerated if this was sponsired work, like many of the other fine features and capabilities of Mango that have been made possible by our community.
If this is of interest, please do not hesitate to contact us.