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If InfluxDB3 does not support Flux, ModArcInfluxDb.dll will require full rewrite.
I suppose, they will provide backward compatibility and we can use Flux for a long period. We should wait until they found a good solution. Who knows, may be in InfluxDB4 they will change the approach again.
OK. Save log files in case of error.
Do you use InfluxDB with Rapid SCADA?
Thank you. That is interesting. I guess, InfluxDB will go through a period of instability because of so significant changes.
I suppose, Mono is outdated.
To use ScadaAdmin with Wine, build it using the following command:
dotnet publish ScadaAdmin.sln -c Release -r win-x64 --self-contained true -p:PublishReadyToRun=true -p:PublishSingleFile=true -p:IncludeNativeLibrariesForSelfExtract=true
Archive configuration is displayed when you open its properties.
Log files are located in SCADA\ScadaServer\Log directory. You should enable the detailed log in the archive properties.
I’m good. Thank you. Hope you are well too.
You could try to run ScadaAdmin by the command
to be sure that it is not run under Mono.
Is it on Windows?
.NET 6 is not required.
Can the compiled assembly be run with dotnet-runtime-6 or also requires runtime-8 ?
An assembly can be compiled to support several runtimes. Rapid SCADA applications since v6.2 require .NET 8.
Could you provide the screenshot of the archive configuration and archive log file?
According to the screenshot, the compressed size of the project is more than 350 MB which is probably too heavy.
I suggest the following:
1. Open the project folder in Windows file explorer.
2. Search for all files of the project, display them as a table and sort by size.
3. Make a screenshot of the biggest file names and sizes.
Download ScadaTestClient and try to connect to Server with different usernames: ScadaComm and ScadaWeb. Usernames are set in ScadaTestClient.xml
Could you open the project SCADA\ProjectSamples\HelloWorld\HelloWorld.rsproj in the Administrator app and upload again?
Ready to discuss specific security-related issues together.