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    CraigWeb

    Hi Christophe

    To troubleshoot your button open your browser's console and look for errors when you click on the button.

    For your page 2 make sure you registered the page to take parameters as in the picture below:
    0_1555598392289_untitled (10).png

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    CraigWeb

    See if you get poll times that align with the occasions that the value has been Fire_Found and share them. It is really odd that it is that value for 1/10th of a second.

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    CraigWeb

    What is in your C:\Mango\yajsw\log\wrapper file when you start the service ?

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    CraigWeb

    Hi KLN

    Please, can you confirm that the NoSQL module has been deleted?
    Please paste you ma.log file here when you start via cmd prompt.

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    CraigWeb

    Try to run the service, after it stops go to C:\Mango\logs\ma.log and post the context here so we can see what mango us doing.
    insert the text in a code element.

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    CraigWeb

    Hi KLN welcome to the forum.

    Your question is not clear.
    What happens when you start the service?
    Also, did you run the installService.bat as administrator?

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    CraigWeb

    Hi @support-jo

    We will need more information to have any idea what is going on.
    What kind of data source does the point belong to?
    Could the sensor give a false alarm?
    There is no reason why a point would just change the value for no reason.

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    CraigWeb

    Not sure if you have come right yet but this is how I did it.

    <ma-serial-chart style="height: 250px; width: 100%" series-1-values="bin1Temp" series-1-point="designer.points | filter:{deviceName:'Bin 1',name:'Temperature'}:true | maFirst" series-1-type="line" series-1-color="red" legend="true" balloon="true" options="{autoMargins: false, marginBottom: 30, categoryAxis:{labelsEnabled:false, gridAlpha: 0, axisAlpha: 0}}">

    0_1555398753805_untitled (9).png

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    CraigWeb

    Hi Phillip

    Could you post a screenshot? Sounds like you have a <div> overflow. You can't have any static sizes or positions when you doing dynamic pages. If you pasted your HTML I could help.

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    CraigWeb

    Hi Phillip

    First thing to confirm is when you registered the page in the edit menu page did you include ?DN in the URL path.
    The second thing, once that is confirmed what happens if you manually add the parameter into your browsers URL does it do what you expect/want?

    here is how I have done it in the past:
    My button on page 1:
    <md-button ui-state="'ui.site'" style=" font-size: 16px; " ui-state-params="{site: p.tags.Site}" ng-style="{'text-transform': 'none'}">{{p.deviceName}}</md-button>

    My page with a dynamic watchlist:

    <ma-watch-list-get ng-model="designer.watchList" parameters="designer.parameters" on-points- change="designer.points = $points" id="20969fc2-a491-4616-9130-35a2555b37c2" watch-list-xid="SystemQueryWL" auto-state-params="true"></ma-watch-list-get>
    <ma-watch-list-parameters id="ac84b0bc-6c9a-4963--3ae644855233" ng-model="designer.parameters" watch-list="designer.watchList" ng-change="updateParams = designer.parameters" ></ma-watch-list-parameters>
    
    

    I did not need to use <ma-state-params>

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