The server holds the data from the log files of the Relationship-Project and gives it to the web. The graphical outfit comes from the clients.
The server must run on the machine with a webserver. So the applets are able to call back the this machine. A JVM must run.
Start the server by
The port for the request is now 4444. Every 2 seconds the ASCII file 'x.dat' (default) is parsed for data.
call: java dispServ [-p xxxx] [-d sec] [-f filename] [-d] port change the default 4444 to xxxx time in sec to control for new data file name of the data input file debug show user
The dates for the displays are hold in a file named 'x.dat' or so. They are parse every 2 second if the file date has changed. They looks like:
display type semicolon data log;331.2
Change the dates while the server is running.
The client is running as an applet in your browser and needs some parameters:
parameter - value
width/height - the applet size belongs to the image size of the letters you use
before - you like a bitmap before your numbers?
after - may be one behind you numbers?
dir - the directory for the images
numbers - how many numbers are before the dot.
dec - numbers behind the dot.
bgcolor - the background color
port - the default port is 4444. here you define an other one
delay - how many seconds between the requests you want to wait
typ - what type of display is this
original - the incomming data is not parsed (default value="on"). This meens all characters has to be in the image directory. Until now you will find:
0 - 9 numbers 10 dot 11 minus 12 : 13 ° 14 ' 15 N 16 S 17 E 18 W
<applet code="display.class" width=106 height=20> <param name= "numbers" value=5> <param name= "dec" value=1> <param name= "port" value=4444> <param name= "delay" value=20> <param name= "bgcolor" value="black"> <param name= "dir" value="led"> <param name= "typ" value="log"> </applet>
The default refresh time for the server is 2 seconds and 10 seconds for the clients. To get a nice performance please play with this values. Not every values needs an update in this time.
There also is an analog client.
parameter - value
image - the background image
handlength - the length of the hand
handcolor - the color of the hand
nullpunkt - the start point (in angle)
endpunkt - how long goes the hand (in angle)
min/max - values are between this
<applet code="analog.class" width=170 height=150> <param name= "image" value="images/Wind.gif"> <param name= "handlength" value=50> <param name= "handcolor" value="white"> <param name= "delay" value=20> <param name= "typ" value="winddir"> <param name= "nullpunkt" value=0> <param name= "endpunkt" value=360> <param name= "min" value=-180> <param name= "max" value=180>
The colors are:
BLACK BLUE CYAN DARKGRAY GRAY GREEN LIGHTGRAY MAGENTA ORANGE PINK RED WHITE YELLOW