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    ddiezperez

    When doing a Haystack Point Import from a Niagara 4 server (using the nHaystack RESTful API servlet) Mango can see both the curStatus value and the axStatus. However when mapping the columns to create Mango points, we can only map to Mango point properties: HaystackID, DeviceName, PointName, PointXID, Settable and Unit.

    Is it possible to see the curStatus and axStatus properties for the Haystack points once they are added to Mango as Data Points?

    If at all helpful, I listed the possible values I see for the two properties we care the most about.

    The possible curStatus values are:

    • disabled
    • down
    • fault
    • ok

    The possible axStatus value are:

    • disabled
    • down,stale
    • fault
    • fault,overriden
    • ok
    • overriden
    • unackedAlarm
    • Alarm

    Thanks,
    David

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    ddiezperez

    Hey @phildunlap , any direction you can give me with this?
    Thanks,
    David

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    ddiezperez

    Thank you, @phildunlap for the response. I forwarded the info to our in-house developers and we'll get back to you with more questions later.

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    ddiezperez

    I installed the Haystack module to my dev instance of Mango 3.3.3.
    I then added a new Haystack Data Source pointing to a Niagara N4 station (running on my laptop's Supervisor software).

    Question is: how do I automatically import all the native Niagara points from the N4 station? Has anyone done this successfully in a production environment?

    Thanks!

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    ddiezperez

    Hi @phildunlap , any updates on the progress of adding full schedule support into the BACnet module?

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