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    Re: How-to test SNMP Trap in Mango

    I have been trying to configure Mango to receive Traps using the instructions in this post from 2009. I realize that many improvements have been made to the SNMP Data Source since then and I was looking to get confirmation that this is still the correct approach.

    I confirmed Mango(java) is listening on 162 as root and I have sent test traps but see nothing in the log.

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    Thank you Jared.
    Are there recommended layout settings for content placed within a card? The sample code shows the following for the main page. Just wondering what the layout settings for a point-value might be.

    <div layout="column" layout-fill flex>
        <div flex layout="row" layout-xs="column" layout-fill>
            <div layout="column" flex="33" flex-xs="25">
    

    Thank you

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    Hello,

    I have been testing a dashboard that builds on the code provided for one of the Adaptive Layout templates provided in the mango examples section.

    I have "dropped" the ma-point-values, ma-gauge-chart, formatted text, etc. "on top" of the cards where I would like them positioned using the designer GIU. When viewing the test page the layout is not as expected and when viewing the markup I notice that the items I have placed on the cards do not appear between the <md-card-content> </md-card-content>tags.

    What is the proper way to build a dashboard using cards? Should the <ma-point-values></ma-point-values> be cut and paste to the proper location in the markup, or is there a process to follow for making this connection while using the GIU?

    -thank you

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    Phil - Thank you for the detailed response. I think I will go the multiple data source route.

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    Thanks Joel.

    I have multiple slave ID's each a standalone device, but all of the same type. I was thinking about it with the following in mind-

    • The ability to create dynamic dashboards and the required folder structure in point hierarchy

    • The ability to create a device template for easy installation.

    • The ability to easily disable a device if it were offline.

    I am using a serial to Ethernet Modbus gateway which can support multiple connections. With this additional info what approach would you use?

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    Hello,

    When adding a ModbusIP data source that has multiple slave ID's associated with the single IP, is the preferred approach to have multiple devices and slave ID's under a single data source, or multiple data sources with the same IP each only having a single device/slave ID associated with it?

    Thank you.

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    Answered my own question.
    After copying enable-alpn.sh to the empty ext-enabled directory the line no longer appears in the status output.

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    When starting Mango I receive the following warning in the log just after the BacnetDiscoveryRestController is created and prior to the configuration of the DWR definitions.

    (org.springframework.web.servlet.handler.SimpleUrlHandlerMapping.registerHandlers:114) - Neither 'urlMap' nor 'mappings' set on SimpleUrlHandlerMapping
    

    Where does this mapping occur and what are the suggested steps to address the warning?

    Thank you.

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