I created a HTTPAgent linked with Openweathermap (as described in the guide), but it seems not working because although the status of the agent is “CONNECTED”, I believe that it does not do the actual http calls to the service.
I also tried creating a custom attribute with attributeLinks to distribute the temperature, humidity ecc… values to other assets attributes but nothing, no values.
How can I check if the agent performs the calls to the service?
No informations from the logs
I run the docker images version of openremote pulled this morning.
any news? Do your agents work?
Apologies for the delay; the Agent Link UI is currently broken due to a dependency issue, I am hoping to get this resolved in the next day or so, you can keep track here:
hi @Pierre @Rich Why I got the garbage data under the history . I am doing “multiple attribute with one agent link in http agent”.
The attribute data type is
JSON so the history panel defaults to showing each key as a column, there are quite a lot of keys so it doesn’t fit, you will need to volume map a
manager_config.json file into your manager with an
HistoryConfig specified on the
@Don Probably one to have on the wiki page…
An example is on the wiki here: https://github.com/openremote/openremote/wiki/User-Guide:-Configuring-the-Manager-UI
I’ve added a line pointing at that part of the config (see asset-viewer > historyConfig). I didn’t add a detailed explanation, so if you are having trouble applying it correctly please ask here.