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    CraigWeb

    Have you considered using the point default chart colour?

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    CraigWeb

    @jonas
    If you don't go the styles route which is probably better. You can store the colours in a JSON store. Then use the JSON component to retrieve them in each page.

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    CraigWeb

    you can do soemthing like this on your main div:
    <div ng-init="color ={green:'green}">
    Then on your chart, you can do series-1-color="color.green"

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    CraigWeb

    Hi @JF89

    I tested this today by first creating a single numeric point as a seed, copied down and then changed the names and offsets. I did not have any issue. I also think that excel could be changing the format of the CSV. You should use libre office calc. It is great for working with CSV.

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    CraigWeb

    Hi @JF89

    If you want a chart like this:
    0_1565247206488_Screen Shot 2019-08-08 at 08.52.08.png
    You will need to add a rollup to your point that is on the line chart. :
    0_1565247352813_Screen Shot 2019-08-08 at 08.55.35.png
    Also make sure that your databar is set to auto :
    0_1565247360767_Screen Shot 2019-08-08 at 08.54.48.png

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    CraigWeb

    Ok thanks for that, can you go the data point details page of COMTAGE CLiM and show us what the chart is doing there. That is definitely not a bar chart, a bar chart has the time stamp in the middle of the bar look below. That is a step chart.
    We just need to figure out why it is changing to a step chart
    0_1565189609933_Screen Shot 2019-08-07 at 16.52.38.png

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    CraigWeb

    Can you show us a bar graph and its settings that are not working? I don't see what is wrong with the step chart. It is showing the delta of the point?

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    CraigWeb

    Hi @JF89

    Can you show what is happening when you stake all the settings off the watchlist? Your first picture and the 3rd picture is the same.
    The watchlist will use the default point chart setting which is set to bar. What is the logging interval on your kwH point, if you use delta it will show the delta between log entries if there is no change then the bar will be 0.
    Id like to see what happens I you change the rollup interval to 1 hour by changing it on your date bar.
    0_1565087683379_Screen Shot 2019-08-06 at 12.33.50.png

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    CraigWeb

    I messed up aswell in my first response. Hence the apology. You were correct to use InforRecord.jsonData...
    I think it is just a scope issue.

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    CraigWeb

    Sorry about the Phillip I responded too quickly there been a long day. I think you have a scope issue.

    try creating the InforRecord on your main div with a ng-init="InfoRecord = {}"

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    CraigWeb

    Hi Phillip

    you should be using InfoValue not InfoRecord

    value: object Name of the object used in the model to hold the data to be stored.

    The item object has the crud methods on it.

    EDIT: Sorry looks like I've led you astray

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    CraigWeb

    I believe it is an end of steam error, I have seen this before when the publisher/data source settings do not match.

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    CraigWeb

    @pyeager said in Why doesn't changing a device name update the data points?:

    Call me crazy, but it seems sensible for the device name for a data point to match the device name of the data source of which it is a part.

    I doubt anyone disagrees with you here but it is definitely not the only naming convention of points. Using the bulk configurator to set all the points to the same name is extremely easy and quick. Imagine someone has used a different naming convention where there are a number of different device names and they get overwritten by changing the data source name. That could really ruin a person day and be disastrous in a production environment.

    Secondly, in the new UI, there is no option to copy a data source. You need to export it, change it and then import it.

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    CraigWeb

    Hi Jerry

    your zip file is only 5.0kb in size...
    As far as I know, wget does not work on the mango store. Rather download it onto your pc and the do a scp transfer to your cloud server.

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    CraigWeb

    My bad, I made a syntax error in my syntax correction lol...
    You are downloading the core, you should be downloading Mango Automation 3.6.4 Enterprise. Not that this is causing the problem. See if that works.

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    CraigWeb

    Hi jerry

    You have a syntax error you should run
    unzip m2m2-core-3.6.4.zip -d /opt/mango
    Before you run this command you need to cd into the same directory as the zip file

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    CraigWeb

    No problem, let me know if you don't come right.
    The V3 event handler interface has quite a nice enhancement which allows you to create one event handler and assign it to multiple event detectors. In the V2 interface, each event detector required its own event handler. This is great for when you have hundreds of alarm notifications.

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    CraigWeb

    @hayden_AUS any point that is added to the external context requires a key(variable name).
    0_1564391480776_Screen Shot 2019-07-29 at 11.10.56.png
    you can now use this point in the script by referencing its key.

    You can then see what attributes methods are available to you on this point by scripting:
    print(myVar.help) and clicking validate.

    0_1564391693687_Screen Shot 2019-07-29 at 11.14.07.png

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    CraigWeb

    I'm sure with enough motivation the component can be changed. might help to give an exact description of what you would like.

    My 2 cents is that the component should be able to have the same attribute as the <ma-point-value> to include the name or device name before the switch. As well as being able to choose to show the point value or not,

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    CraigWeb

    <div class="ma-designer-root" id="2a377d42-b2ca-48dc-b763-b1ab6bf93f90" style="width: 1366px; height: 768px; position: relative;">
        <label id="4bdbe665-0230-4cc4-890f-e29e72942c9d" style="position: absolute; left: 0px; top: 12px;">my binary point:</label>
        <ma-switch id="08959504-fe1d-4fe8-b19d-5b197e7cd3b8" style="position: absolute; left: 130.438px; top: 0px;" point-xid="LGCY_OZ2_AMB_O3HIGH"></ma-switch>
    </div>
    
    

    Here I used the drag and drop, the <label> is in the HTML elements drop down.

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