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    I accidentally deleted webapps directory when up updating (too quick with tab..) :shock:
    Using Linux so file recovery is little compilicated..
    What I'm wondering is it even necessary to recover the files as I have my database in MySQL?
    Will a new install and telling it to use MySQL before starting for the first time work?

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    It would be helpful if chart colors could be changed. Yellow on white is really difficult to read.
    Best would be to be able to change all colors from settings.

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    How do I parse numeric data with comma separator? Not that good with java regex, or regex in general.
    I was able to get the correct reading parsed (relative humitidy on a nearby weather station) as alphanumeric but I can't get the whole value. Values are in format "00,0".

    All numeric values in Mango have period, is it possible to change them to suit locale ie. comma?

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    @mlohbihler said:

    Shouldn't be necessary, except for one file. If you've already set up MySQL you'll be familiar with the WEB-INF/classes/env.properties file. Just make sure it is pointing at your MySQL instance and you should be good.
    That's what I thought, just wanted to make sure.

    Thank you!

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    I accidentally deleted webapps directory when up updating (too quick with tab..) :shock:
    Using Linux so file recovery is little compilicated..
    What I'm wondering is it even necessary to recover the files as I have my database in MySQL?
    Will a new install and telling it to use MySQL before starting for the first time work?

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    @Jokke said:

    Tried to search for owfs in topics. I could guess I'm not the only one who wants to have owfs in Mango. To support owfs it is enouht to have file as data source. Is there currently some way to do the trick?

    owfs is filesystem for Dallas 1-wire. The devices appear as files under the filesystem. When reading file you can see the value eg. temperature or input state. The same way when you write to some output file it is set to the device. owfs supports "all" 1-wire devices. http://owfs.org/
    Same here, I have a Dallas USB dongle that isn't supported by Mango. So currently I use owfs and python to log data to mysql database and have Mango read it from there which is quite complicated.

    File datasource would be good for other uses too.

    For owfs it could be better to access owserver directly, protocol freely available at owfs.org. This could cut some overhead when owfs isn't needed.

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    @mlohbihler said:

    That's actually not regex, it's a Java DecimalFormat. See http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/text/DecimalFormat.html.

    Not that this will help, since for "12.3" a "##,#" returns 123 and "##.#" returns 12. The way to get the correct value is to parameterize the format with a locale, which Mango doesn't currently support.
    Well that kinda helps. If I can get 123 then I can have meta point to show the actual value.. :-)

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    It would be helpful if chart colors could be changed. Yellow on white is really difficult to read.
    Best would be to be able to change all colors from settings.

    posted in Wishlist read more
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    How do I parse numeric data with comma separator? Not that good with java regex, or regex in general.
    I was able to get the correct reading parsed (relative humitidy on a nearby weather station) as alphanumeric but I can't get the whole value. Values are in format "00,0".

    All numeric values in Mango have period, is it possible to change them to suit locale ie. comma?

    posted in User help read more