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    Robmalone

    Hi all,
    Need some urgent help. I am unable to remotely access our Mango server since upgrading from 3.5 to 3.6.. It also looks like it hasn't updated/polled any data points since the upgrade. I can connect to the server using remote desktop and use Mango from there. Any suggestions?
    Thanks,
    Rob

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    Robmalone

    Thanks Phil,
    Sounds like its a bit out of my realm of knowledge but ill give it a go. Would sending the data by MQTT protocol be any better?

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    Robmalone

    Hi Phil, thanks for the reply.
    I have received the JSON data using a test application and it looks like this:
    POST / HTTP/1.1
    Host: 192.168.1.113:1883
    Accept: /
    Content-Length: 64
    Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded

    [{"ID":"2", "TS":"1566412285","ST":"71","VR":"[66,71,183,224]"}]POST / HTTP/1.1
    Host: 192.168.1.113:1883
    Accept: /
    Content-Length: 63
    Content-Type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded

    [{"ID":"2", "TS":"1566412286","ST":"1","VR":"[67,110,14,168]"}]

    The data i want are the 2 numerical values - 66,71,183,224 and 67,110,14,168 - Frequency and Voltage values.
    It also took me a while to figure out the data format. Its a 32Bit float but each 8 bits is in decimal. I have gotten the correct values by converting each 8 bits to binary and inputting the result into a IEE754 converter. Can this be done with the data in mango?

    As i said I have the device sending the data to the test app, running on the same pc as mango, but when i change the url to 192.168.1.113/httpds and use the listen function on the data source setup menu I don't get anything back.

    Thanks again Phil.

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    Robmalone

    Hi all,
    I am trying to set up a JSON receiver data source but cant seem to get it working. I have a GSM router with a modbus gateway that can poll modbus devices and send the data by HTTP/JSON. I have fairly limited experience with this so could anyone help with the setting up of the JSON receiver?
    0_1566343616754_4f0ca7d0-b20f-4ab1-b643-088d30ec3366-image.png Here is the router setup.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Rob

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    Robmalone

    Hi. I have accidentally removed the admin menu thinking it would only effect users. With the menu now hidden, how do I restore it?
    Also how do I hide all menus except watchlists and dashboards from users (non-admin)? Thanks.

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    Robmalone

    Thanks Phil. Looks like selecting the points to ignore if missing did the trick.

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    Robmalone

    Thanks for getting back Phildunlap. The email subject and body are the same for each only the message no. and kwh reading are different. That was my poor copying not different emails. All of the emails read (message no.)start (dataIwant) end, without the brackets. I can change that to something else if you think it would help. The only messages were "no match found" type, not sure of the exact wording. I'll make sure "ignore if missing" is ticked on all points and let you know.
    Thanks again.

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    Robmalone

    Hi all,
    I am attempting to use a pop3 email as a data source but am having issues successfully extracting the data. I have a Sigfox device sending kWh readings every 15 mins from 3 modbus devices. There is one email sent per modbus slave device. It was working well with just one device but since adding 2 more devices it is having trouble extracting data.
    The email format is:

    **Modbus Slave 1:** Subject: 209start 15398 end Body:209start 15398 end
    **Modbus Slave 2:** Subject: 210start 2043 end
    **Modbus Slave 3:**211start 2113 end.
    

    ^ formatting modified by Phil

    **Modbus Slave 1:** Subject: 209start 15398 end Body:209start 15398 end, **Modbus Slave 2:** Subject: 210start 2043 end & **Modbus Slave 3:**211start 2113 end.
    

    ^ original formatting but inside ``` for not getting italics from the stars

    The format for the emails sent from the sigfox backend is configurable but it will be the same for each modbus device. The only thing to differentiate each slave device is the message no. (209, 210 & 211). I have RegEx set up for each data point in this format - 209start (.*?) end, 210start (.*?) end, 211start (.*?) end respectively. The emails are being received by Mango and deleted from the inbox but its not extracting the data correctly. Is there anything else I can do here? Thanks.

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    Robmalone

    Ok. I'll give that a go. Thanks for the help Jared.

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