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    ashutosh14march

    I have a datasource of type HTTPReceiver with points like"temperature","humidity","distance" and I want to see there values every where in DEGREE CENTIGRADE,PERCENTAGE(%) AND Km/Miles respectively.

    How can i do so,is it possible to provide the unit at the time of point creation, please let me know.

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    ashutosh14march

    I have a datasource of type HTTPReceiver with points like"temperature","humidity","distance" and I want to see there values every where in DEGREE CENTIGRADE,PERCENTAGE(%) AND Km/Miles respectively.

    How can i do so,is it possible to provide the unit at the time of point creation, please let me know.

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    ashutosh14march

    hi,
    I wish to know how Mango is saving the data in database when data is received by "HttpDataSourceServlet" upon sending request as "http://192.168.1.1/Mango/httpds?__device=20&__valuepoint1=111&__timepoint1=12092010&__pointpoint1=mykey&__valuepoint2=222&__timepoint2=18072011&__pointpoint2=mykey" and can it be ploted on graph.

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    ashutosh14march

    1.I am not understanding the directory structure of "com/serotonin/mango" why particular directory/package is there e.g 'view','db','rt','vo' and so on and what these directories and sub directories are meant for

    1. what are 'rt','vo','util','db','web',view' directories and their sub directories for my guess 'db' is layer for all DB related work and 'db/dao' for data access objects like to access class objects for corresponding table in database.

    Please provide me with the complete documentation of mango with directory structure description

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    ashutosh14march

    Please guide me how to build Mango in netbeans 6.8

    Please provide me with each steps giving idea about the libraries,framework to include and every thing as I am very new to netbeans and the mango(mango-source-1.8.0.zip)

    Thanks

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    ashutosh14march

    I have a datasource of type HTTPReceiver with points like"temperature","humidity","distance" and I want to see there values every where in DEGREE CENTIGRADE,PERCENTAGE(%) AND Km/Miles respectively.

    How can i do so,is it possible to provide the unit at the time of point creation, please let me know.

    posted in How-To read more
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    ashutosh14march

    I have a datasource of type HTTPReceiver with points like"temperature","humidity","distance" and I want to see there values every where in DEGREE CENTIGRADE,PERCENTAGE(%) AND Km/Miles respectively.

    How can i do so,is it possible to provide the unit at the time of point creation, please let me know.

    posted in User help read more
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    ashutosh14march

    hi,
    I wish to know how Mango is saving the data in database when data is received by "HttpDataSourceServlet" upon sending request as "http://192.168.1.1/Mango/httpds?__device=20&__valuepoint1=111&__timepoint1=12092010&__pointpoint1=mykey&__valuepoint2=222&__timepoint2=18072011&__pointpoint2=mykey" and can it be ploted on graph.

    posted in How-To read more
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    ashutosh14march

    1.I am not understanding the directory structure of "com/serotonin/mango" why particular directory/package is there e.g 'view','db','rt','vo' and so on and what these directories and sub directories are meant for

    1. what are 'rt','vo','util','db','web',view' directories and their sub directories for my guess 'db' is layer for all DB related work and 'db/dao' for data access objects like to access class objects for corresponding table in database.

    Please provide me with the complete documentation of mango with directory structure description

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    ashutosh14march

    find the file "env.properties" at WEB-INF/classes/ and if you don't have then create a file with same name as "env.properties" at WEB-INF/classes/ and copy paste the below content and modify the content according your settings
    ///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

    Mango - Open Source M2M - http://mango.serotoninsoftware.com

    Copyright (C) 2006-2009 Serotonin Software Technologies Inc.

    @author Matthew Lohbihler

    This program is free software: you can redistribute it and/or modify

    it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by

    the Free Software Foundation, either version 3 of the License, or

    (at your option) any later version.

    This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,

    but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of

    MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the

    GNU General Public License for more details.

    You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License

    along with this program. If not, see http://www.gnu.org/licenses/.

    db.type=mysql

    db.url=jdbc:mysql://localhost:3306/suraj

    db.username=root

    db.password=ashu234

    db.pool.maxActive=10

    db.pool.maxIdle=10

    grove.url=http://mango.serotoninsoftware.com/servlet

    ////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////

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    ashutosh14march

    Thanks for your precious reply.
    It helped me
    Now I am able to open/edit the Mango codes in NetBeans6.8

    Thanks again

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    ashutosh14march

    Yes I do have those maven ,So can you please send me the descriptive script you was talking about .

    thanks

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    ashutosh14march

    Please guide me how to build Mango in netbeans 6.8

    Please provide me with each steps giving idea about the libraries,framework to include and every thing as I am very new to netbeans and the mango(mango-source-1.8.0.zip)

    Thanks

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