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  1. Goodmorning, I'm trying to create some custom datapoints for an marine antenna control unit (ACU). A lot of the data consists of non numeric output, and with those I'm struggling at the moment. One example is the SNMP output for "Longtitude/Lattitude" this consists of numbers and a letter. Below is the output (and error) I receive when polling: Timestamp: 2018-10-11 10:47:41 Normal Datapoints 1 item iAcsStatusLat NaN Fail to get the resu
  2. For Window Event EventSources please make the SOURCE the DataPoint. Having numeric event IDs as the DataPoint makes no sense to me since IDs can be the same for different SOURCEs. Better yet, I'd prefer to be able to map my own DataPoint label based on a combination of SOURCE and ID.
  3. I'd like to suggest the possibility of adding a "category" to the datapoints. This would assist in alerting and metrics around what types of alerts are occuring. Adding a field to the datapoint would allow us to categorize the type of datapoint for automatic correlation of the events in other systems and as well as provide additional logic for dashboards where you can show alerts based on category type. My idea of default categories would be (not exhaustive, I'd like to see these customizable in the admin area for these to make since for everyone's organization): Capacity Conf
  4. I've been trying to get data for individual datapoints within a single instance datasource via the REST API, in this case there are ~twenty datapoints and I only want data for one of them. Using get_data: I can pick out my datasource, however I can't find any information on filtering by datapoint. When I get data, the datapoints are all listed in an array, then the data is presented as an array of arrays for the last hour...I could get the position of the datapoint in the first array, then pick out the data using th