Two things I noticed.
- Is that using this in an event handler, the GUI is requiring me to enter an email for the recipients list. Since this is intended to change the polling time of the data source only, is there a way to disable it sending an alert email?
- The idle event handler attaches a warning to the return to the idle state, which generates an alarm, even when the handler is set to "none" for the alarm level.
Any thoughts on how to make the event handlers for this, essentially silent?
I've been playing around with the idea of making one of my data sources have two polling times.
One for idle, and one that has a significantly faster poll rate for when it's in the non-idle state.
It would be ideal if this was able to be tied directly to the event handler watching a binary value.
(So on event state change, cause the polling interval of the datasource drop, and on reversion of the event to normal state, have it return to the slower, idle polling time)
Not sure if there is a way to do this or not, and I didn't see any previous topics regarding a setup like this, so I thought I'd ask.
I'm dealing with a slightly odd scenario, I'm trying to make a slider step via binary shifting (So the valid step states of the data point are 1, 2, 4, 8) But since this is being read/written via a standard integer, I can't do the validation on the device side.
Any ideas on how to make this step work inside a standard Mango component? Doesn't have to be a slider, just that would be the most convenient.
I'm looking for a simple way to hide elements (MA-Switch, etc) via the value of another variable polled from an external device.
I've tried getting this to work with NG-hide, to no avail.
I would think there should be a simple way to show/hide elements presented based on a Boolean Xid from another variable, but I can't find any information about doing this.