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    Balistar

    Thanks Jared. Works perfectly. Now it seems that only some data point values automatically record in annotation the user who set the point e.g.

    Oct 11 17:24 Set from web by user: Chatrin .

    Most data points value do not record the user name who set the point. I can't find a setting in edit Point details or Point Source regarding this. Mango must somehow make a data point value record the point change annotation or not.

    Any suggestions?

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    Balistar

    Hi Phil, I know I can get it by writing a .js to get annotation from the json array that is returned with a REST API GET.

    function(data) { return data.annotation; }
    

    But I was hoping that something like

    {{myPoint.annotation }}
    

    would be available.

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    Balistar

    I upgraded from 2.8 to 3.2 and to my pleasure the annotation of a point started showing again:

    Value Time Annotation
    0 13:23:18 Set from web by user: admin
    1 10:40:50 User: admin
    0 Oct 06 17:54 Set from web by user: Chatrin
    1 Oct 06 09:18 Set from web by user: Chatrin
    0 Oct 05 15:09 Set from web by user: Chatrin
    1 Oct 04 13:06 Set from web by user: admin
    0 Oct 03 16:52 Set from web by user: Chatrin
    1 Oct 03 14:43 Set from web by user: admin
    0 Oct 02 09:36
    1 Oct 02 09:31

    Yes, I upgraded on Oct 2nd.

    This leaves me even more eager to to get Annotation through the API. Any suggestion on how to do that in an official "Mango Way"?

    REgards, G

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    Balistar

    A recent post and article say that custom themes can be created /edited in

    ${MA_HOME}/web/modules/mangoUI/web/ui/uiSettings.json

    and/or placed in

    ${MA_HOME}/overrides/web/modules/mangoUI/web/ui/uiSettings.json .

    1. Not working for me by either changing uiSettings.json in its original location or by putting it in ${MA_HOME}/overrides/web/modules/mangoUI/web/ui/ .
    2. In fact ${MA_HOME}/web/modules/mangoUI/web/ui/uiSettings.json. doesn't even change when default is changed in /ui/administration/ui-settings , yet that information is stored somewhere because on restart it the changed default does come up. But where?

    All modules are updated as of today with core 3.2.1+20170828224743

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    Balistar

    Hi, I just installed 3.2.1 on a clean server for testing. There is no sign of the MQTT module. Nor is it available on "update". Should I manually install it?

    Regards, G

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    Balistar

    Yes, Bosch sensors are excellent. Great documentation, unlike most "Chinese" sensors.

    Can't wait to get a BME680. It suppose to sense Volatile Organic Compound gases., as well as temp, humi and pres..

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    Balistar

    Modbus IP on a ESP8266 works well. I have about 50 of them with a BME280 module supplying temperature, humidity and pressure to my Mango systems.

    ModbusIP_ESP8266.h

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    Balistar

    I used to see which user changed a point setting in Annotation, but not any more. (but perhaps that was on another installation). And would there be a way to pull that data through the API?

    Thanks

    core 2.8.4 build 532

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    Balistar

    Hi, this is a new installation "core 2.8.4 build 532 - paid".

    Everything works, except for remote access to the server.

    ma.log shows:

    WARN 2017-04-14 14:37:46,875 (com.serotonin.m2m2.crowd.CrowdUtils.authenticate:68) - java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Invalid uri 'http://<Crowd domain>/crowd/rest/usermanagement/1/config/cookie': Invalid authority

    On previously installed server, remote access without configuring anything.

    What do I need to do to make remote access work?

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    Balistar

    One of my sources is a SMA Webbox through Modbus TCP, which more or less works the same way as a SMA clusterbox. Assign Webbox (or Clusterbox) connected devices a Unit ID. This because the slave number on the IP address. So in this example a TP has been set to Unit 7, slave 7. On webbox reading the holding register for TP Power Output is 30775.
    So:

    alt text

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