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Axeda Groovy Script: Copy Data Item value to Asset Property value

nishanair
12-Amethyst

Axeda Groovy Script: Copy Data Item value to Asset Property value

This Groovy script takes any dataitem values and writes them to properties of the same name - if they exist. The rule to call this script needs to be a data trigger such as:

If: some condition

Then: ExecuteCustomObject("CopyParameters")

The script uses the default context that contains an asset (device) and the default parameter dataItems that contains the current reported dataitems (from an agent)

import com.axeda.drm.sdk.user.User

import com.axeda.drm.sdk.data.DataValue

import groovy.lang.PropertyValue

import com.axeda.drm.sdk.device.DevicePropertyFinder

import com.axeda.drm.sdk.device.Property

import com.axeda.drm.sdk.device.PropertyType

import com.axeda.drm.sdk.device.DeviceProperty

logger.info "Executing groovy script for device: " + context?.device?.serialNumber

if (dataItems != null)

{

  logger.info "** Data Items **"

  // show data item values

  dataItems?.each {di ->

    logger.info "dataitem: ${di.name} = ${di.value} = ${di.timestamp}"

}

  def dataItemMap = [:]

  dataItems.each{ dataItemMap[it.name] = it }

  DevicePropertyFinder dpf = new DevicePropertyFinder (context.context)

  dpf.type = PropertyType.DEVICE_TYPE

  dpf.id = context.device.id

  DeviceProperty dp = dpf.findOne()

  List<Property> props = dp.getProperties()

  props.each {Property prop->

    if (dataItemMap.containsKey(prop.name)) {

      prop.value = dataItemMap[prop.name].value?.toString()

      //logger.info "Setting ${prop.name} to ${dataItemMap[prop.name].value?.toString()}"

    }

  }

  dp.store()

}

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