You would need to share your full log file as that line alone doesn't mean anything. I believe the GUID has changed on your computer. I can resolve this if we do a remote screen sharing session or we can provide a new license to you with the new GUID. Please email me privately to do this. joel at infiniteautomation.com
Using sub-domain i am running mango m2m (mango_automation_full-core-2.0.6) behind apache server. when i am trying to access another page of mango after logging in it is redirecting me to login screen again.
In other hand, When i use IP address instead of domain name and access mango, i don't get any problem.
I am facing problem with Safari and IE browser only.
I am currently undecided between Titanium and Netbeans. Titanium is simpler and I dont have the XDebug problems that come with Netbeans (I have been trying to modify INI file all day and failing... badly!).
Which would you suggest t oday?
My last post was kind of confused - must be because it was just before lunch break...
I got it to work by now, though. I used the EventManager and my existing acknowledge actions. The 'missing link' was my misunderstanding that the private EventManager.setHandlers() is not a 'simple' setter, but instead creates the runtimes from EventHandlerVO's for a given EventInstance. With it, I was able to generate a Map<Integer, List<EventHandlerRT>> that maps events to their handlers. The acknowledge actions of the EventHandlerRT's matching a given eventId are then run in the manner of the existing actions.
I do not know whether my approach is a wise one - it works atm, but untested.
i followed all the steps told by craig.
But it showed error Eclipse that the myMangoBranch directory already exists (and suggests to use import existing project). & if i import the project cannot be run properly using tomcat..
Can anyone help please?
Check out the Meta Data Source, I'm pretty sure that it has the functions you are looking for. The SQL module is meant to connect to an external database. With the Meta Data Source you can return the value of a point from the history and also apply scripts to its along with many other features.
I am very insterested in this project,recently I build Mango in Eclipse according to the "Building Mango in Eclipse";As a newcomer,I meet lots of problems.Finally I found the reason:When I import the project,I just import the src.When I copy
We are trying to produce a custom view with relative positioning of elements, so that the graphical view may be viewable on displays for which it was not optimized (i.e. it should scale on resizing).
I created a toy graphical view with a button and found the corresponding <div> element. I noticed the style field inside the div element:
<div> id="c4" class="selectable" onclick="markViewComponent(this, event);" style="position: absolute; left: 394px; top: 114px; z-index: 0;" >
Now I wanted to ask if someone already thought on / implemented already a relative positioning feature. If not, could you give me hints or tips on where to look next? I am thinking of something along the lines of style="position: relative; ...". But then this is not relative to window size but to its "normal" position AFAIK... I would like to get more familiar with Mango and web development in general by solving this problem.
Ideally, there should be the ability to set the positioning from the settings editor in p.u. (per unit), e.g. x=0.5, y=0.6, z=0 relative to the current browser window size. As it is now, there are three forms for absolute positioning in the simple point settings editor.
MA already has a reports module, with which you can generate certain types of reports. I assume that you know this and need something else, in which case you are probably out of luck at the moment
As you said, I know these. I use them for daily emailed monitoring reports to check operation. Apart from that, we would like to use our existing reporting facilities (statistical stuff implemented in GNU R) on the MA data.
maybe you can let us know whether this is something that would be useful for you
Great, this is exactly what I was looking for. This API would help us greatly in building a custom report infrastructure. Thus, a +1 from my side.
Hi All, I am new to Mango environment.
Can any one let me know if there are any protocols present to support mobile devices?
And is it possible to remotely control mobile devices using Mango server? or does Mango support protocols like OMA-DM?
The details of the license are still being worked out. (Joel did not say this explicitly, but if the case were otherwise i assume he would have pointed you to the license text.) But for certain, it will not be FLOSS.