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  • cwangv cwangv

    @oru_david
    this known issue. patch could be coming soon.

    posted in User help read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    Hi, Mango Team
    I have been following the 'HVAC Dashboard Development Tutorial' posted on Mango V4 site.
    In the chapter called 'Create map component', there is a section describing how to show the 'occupancy' and 'status' live value on the map. After following the instructions, I believe
    there is a typo in the following lines of code:

    -see the <ma-point-value> lines, it refers to 'points.occupancy' and 'point.status'
    point_keys2.png

    However in the overview.js file, the constant 'POINT_KEYS' definition, the 'Occupancy' and 'Status' are both
    capitalized. I had to change the above line of codes to use capitalized 'Occupancy' and 'Status' to get the value to show up properly.

    Please let me know if have mistaken anything here.

    point_keys.png

    posted in Mango feedback read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    @ninok
    this is not the right UI to use. Have you tried this one: localhost:8080/?

    posted in User help read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    Hi, Mango Team
    The bread crumbs path shown for the 'File stores' UI does not allow navigation into higher up level when a file is being edited. In order to navigate to a different place in the 'File stores' structure after editing a file, one has to navigate away from it to a different place then navigate into the 'File stores' again.
    Below is a screenshot illustrating what I meant:
    Mango4.0FileStoreNavigation.png

    posted in Mango feedback read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    Hi, Mango Team:
    When I click on the 'Administration' button on the left hand side of the navigation tree, the submenu does not expand. I encountered this on Google Chrome (version 87.0.4280.88) with Mango OS 4.0 running on Mac OSX Big Sur 11.1. I have no such issue when using Safari 14.0.2 on the same MacBook Pro.
    Below is a screenshot of it:
    Mango4.0AdminSubmenu.png

    posted in Mango feedback read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    @cwangv
    Do I need Oracle JDK or OpenJDK for Mango 4.0 to work on windows 10 Pro?

    posted in Mango Automation Installation read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    @ricardo
    Try the 'No change' event detector or others as shown below:

    00010f54-4fd9-43fb-bb3f-46305a54e016-image.png

    posted in How-To read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    Documentation for V4 still mentions the .bat file for windows. but it does not exist at all.

    Same error when manually execute the program as per the instructions on the website:

    Screen Shot 2020-12-23 at 10.03.51 am.png

    posted in Mango Automation Installation read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    Hi, Mango Team
    I have a freshly installed Windows 10 Pro with OpenJDK Version 11. I have no problem running Mango 3.7.7. However, for Mango 4.0, no matter running it manually or from windows service mode, it always comes up with a http error 503 message.
    Attached are two screenshots - one showing the windows service has been enabled and running ok and the other showing the error message.
    Can you please check?
    mango service running.png

    mango error.png

    posted in Mango Automation Installation read more
  • cwangv cwangv

    @mitchb6
    maybe try JDK11. I just managed to install 3.7.7 on a freshly built windows 10 with JDK11.
    By the way, I didn't have to change any java path or any environmental variables to get it to work.

    posted in User help read more