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    Wingnut2.0

    Is it possible to access a data points tag value in a script?

    "tags": {
        "breaker_size": "20"
      }
    

    I did not see the tags listed when using print(point). Curious if it's possible and if so the required syntax.

    Thank you.

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    Wingnut2.0

    Hello Phil,

    With tags being available for a few months now, has any additional thought been given to adding this feature to the core?

    Thank you

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    Wingnut2.0

    Works perfectly. Thank you.

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    Wingnut2.0

    Thank you, Joel. It’s certainly closer, but I was wondering if there is a way to possibly parse the incoming notification (datapoint.value) via a script and have the result passed to the event notification?

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    Wingnut2.0

    I have a data point with a string for a value that represents an alarm message from another system. To get notification in Mango Events I added an Event Detector which is working as planned. The Message that appears in list of events seems to come from the Alias of the Change Detector.
    The question I have is can this Event Message be changed to use the value of the data point instead of the alias of the Event Detector?

    Thank you

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    Wingnut2.0

    Is there a way to alias or modify the default alarm levels within Mango?

    Example: A "Critical" alarm in mango may translate to a "Severity 1" alarm for a particular user/site.

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    Wingnut2.0

    Just curious what configurations others are using when specifying an Enterprise server for a Mango install?

    • Processors
    • Memory
    • Drive(s)
    • OS

    How many dataPoints does this configuration support?
    Are you using any Startup Extensions?

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    Wingnut2.0

    In my situation I am registering with a BBMD on another network. Without registering I am unable to reach devices on the remote network or perform a successful BACnet Discovery. Once registered, none of the issues exist (thanks to the script you provided).

    I have noticed that the registration will not survive a restart of the mango service so re-registration after start-up is a must (which should be covered by #1).

    In some situations where a registration can timeout, you might want the option to re-register every XX minutes.

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    Wingnut2.0

    Thanks for the reply and update. I have created an example of the gauge I am looking for using the AMCharts live editor https://live.amcharts.com/

    The example code is below. To clarify, when you say radius is not a gauge chart option, are you referring to an object within mango?

    {
    	"type": "gauge",
    	"marginBottom": 20,
    	"marginTop": 40,
    	"startDuration": 0,
    	"fontSize": 13,
    	"theme": "dark",
    	"arrows": [
    		{
    			"id": "GaugeArrow-1",
    			"innerRadius": "35%",
    			"nailRadius": 0,
    			"radius": "170%",
    			"value": 100
    		}
    	],
    	"axes": [
    		{
    			"axisThickness": 0,
    			"bottomText": "0 km/h",
    			"bottomTextYOffset": -20,
    			"centerY": "-6%",
    			"endAngle": 90,
    			"endValue": 100,
    			"fontSize": -7,
    			"id": "GaugeAxis-1",
    			"labelOffset": 8,
    			"minorTickLength": 6,
    			"startAngle": -90,
    			"tickAlpha": 0.42,
    			"valueInterval": 20,
    			"bands": [
    				{
    					"alpha": 0.7,
    					"color": "#00CC00",
    					"endValue": 100,
    					"gradientRatio": [
    						0.5,
    						0,
    						-0.5
    					],
    					"id": "GaugeBand-1",
    					"innerRadius": "105%",
    					"radius": "174%",
    					"startValue": 0
    				}
    			]
    		}
    	],
    	"allLabels": [],
    	"balloon": {},
    	"titles": []
    }
    

    From the above I have attempted the following without any luck.

    <ma-gauge-chart point="myPoint" start="0" end="100" band-1-end="100" band-1-color="#00CC00" gradientRatio="[0.5,0,-0.5]" band-1-innerRadius= "105%" band-1-radius= "174%" arrow-alpha="0" arrow-innerRadius= "35%" arrow-radius= "170%" value-offset="-80" value-font-size="30" axis-thickness="1" options="{axes: [{startAngle: -90, endAngle:90}]}" style="width:100%; height:250px" animate-band-mode="true"></ma-gauge-chart>
    

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    Wingnut2.0

    @will-geller
    Thank you for providing the modified file. When comparing the codepen example to snippet you provided, there is a significant difference in the line thickness. Is this due to the innerRadius and radius settings of the bands and arrow? If so, how are these attributes set? I am guessing this is done using the options param similar to

    options="{axes: [{startAngle: -90, endAngle:90}], radius: '50%'}"
    

    but I cant seem to get the format of the parameters correct. Would you be able to provide an example please?

    Thank you

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