HOW TO: Configure Scheduled (cron) Reporting on the ConnectPort X2e for Smart Energy



Available Cron Reporting configuration parameters:

The tables below, found within the Smart Energy Framework User Guide for the ConnectPort X2e for Smart Energy documentation, describe the parameter options used in a <start_reports> request when creating a Cron Reporting request.

Key:  A parameter type of int = integer, and bool = a value of True or False.  Parameters listed with * specify optional parameters).

Parameters common to all types of Reporting:

The status of the configuration operation, which may be 0 (“success”), some other ZCL status code (e.g. 0x86 “attribute not found”) or some internal status code (e.g. 0x202 “conversation timeout”).

Parameters specific to scheduled reporting (reports are generated by sending reads on a cron schedule): The schedule for when reads will be sent. Every read is expected to generate a report unless some error occurs.

Note:  When creating a cron reporting  

How to configure scheduled attribute reporting:

<start_reports synchronous="true">
  <record_list type="list">
    <item type="StartReportRecord">
      <schedule type="cron">*/10 * * * * *</schedule>
      <destination_address type="MAC">00:11:22:33:44:55:66:77</destination_address>

What did the request do?

schedule - the cron schedule of when attribute reads will be sent


The <start_reports> configuration above can be used to report the readable ZCL attribute(s) data of any Smart Energy device at a consistant interval, whether or not ZCL attribute reporting is supported.

Additional Information:

HOW TO: Configure ZCL (real) Reporting on the ConnectPort X2e for Smart Energy
HOW TO: Configure Pseudo (differential) Reporting on the ConnectPort X2e for Smart Energy
HOW TO: Run Smart Energy Framework RPC commands from Digi Device Cloud Web Services
Last updated: Aug 23, 2018

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