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    skiv71

    Hi,

    Can anyone tell me what files are responsible for encoding the URL's sent via the http sender?

    If i create a sending string, from a data point, such as... 'abc&__value=xyz' and the sending parameter = __point

    It should send http://host?__point=abc&__value=xyz but instead it converts everything in the data point string...

    so the receiver see's http://host?__point=abc%26__value%3Dxyz.

    Now a php server i've running can cope with this, but what i'd like to do it publish to a mango http receiver.

    In this case, the http receiver doesn't decode the string, and takes it as it is and so fails.

    Is the encoding down to the dojo uri.js file?

    Or is the error in that the http receiver is not decoding the url and reading it literally?

    Thanks

    Neil

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    skiv71

    Hi,

    Does anyone know why when data is received on this data source, the timestamp matches the transmission date of the source... like a curl GET but its always 1 sec behind in appearing in mango?

    I was hoping to use triggers for instantaneous updates on real time events, but the 1 sec delay negates its usefulness.

    Thanks

    Skiv

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    skiv71

    Hi,

    I use event process commands quite a lot, but i now have a need to pass the value of a mango variable to the batch file...

    Can this be done?

    Or would i need to trigger the batch file from a server side script?

    Is that allowed? Any tips on how i could do that?

    Thanks

    Skiv

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    skiv71

    this browser has always been my choice for using mango, but in recent years, revisions have made mango less functional....

    i.e. alarm banner at top used to flash, doesn't anymore...

    now i'm seeing errors in the logs where google chrome clients connect...

    WARN 2012-04-25 12:56:49,828 (com.serotonin.mango.web.dwr.MiscDwr.jsError:193) - Javascript error
    Description: Script error.
    Page:
    Line: 0
    Browser name: Chrome
    Browser version: 18
    osName: Windows
    location: http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8080/login.htm
    WARN 2012-04-25 12:58:10,750 (com.serotonin.mango.web.dwr.MiscDwr.jsError:193) - Javascript error
    Description: Script error.
    Page:
    Line: 0
    Browser name: Chrome
    Browser version: 18
    osName: Windows
    location: http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8080/views.shtm?viewId=6

    does anyone have any thoughts?

    no such errors with IE8 clients (but i hate this browser, too slow).

    think i'm using 1.12.4

    thanks

    skiv

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    skiv71

    hi, i use google chrome when constructing mango projects, and i've noticed what maybe a bug when creating mailing lists?

    at the moment i'm having to revert to IE (which is dog slow) for this part...

    When i create a new mailing list, i cannot overwrite the XID for it, i cannot select users from the drop down list, its just like the page has crashed.

    In IE i can do all the above, but i still cannot drag over text to make it blue (and then replace-overwrite it).

    Bug in the 'mailing_lists.shtm'??

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    skiv71

    Hi, been using mango for some time now and spotted something i'd like to see handled different.

    Not sure if this is just a setting, but in a multi user environment, it would be very useful if alarms were acknowledged on a per user basis.

    For example, local instance on a site, operator acknowledges a fault, but the fault still exists..

    I login after the operator has acknowledged this fault, and to me (and any other user) it will appear as if there are no active alarms.

    Gives the wrong sense of a systems state.

    I see on the options for users, there is a tick box for own audit events, how about ALL events?

    thanks

    skiv

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