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README.md

docker-rfid-mqtt-hr-attendance

Introduction

Opinionated docker application to manage MQTT in order to register attendances using Odoo.

Odoo modules dependency available soon on v10 OCA/hr.

Install Docker CE and docker-compose

Docker Engine Community Edition:

> curl -fsSL get.docker.com -o get-docker.sh
> sh get-docker.sh

Once is installed you can add any user to docker group to enable access to docker commands without using sudo:

> sudo usermod -aG docker $USER

After that, it is need to 'Log Out' session to enable changes.

Docker-Compose:

It is preferable install via pip

    pip install docker-compose

Configuration

Supposing docker is already installed, let's proceed to configure containers before run them up.

In mosquitto folder it is found a file called passwd. There we must place $USER:$PASSWORD allowed to join to mosquitto broker.

You must provide variables using .env file in order to configure mqqt python client

Attention! Keep this text file clean from comments and final line spaces :)

# Odoo URL
ODOO_HOST=127.0.0.1

# Odoo Port (if using https use 443)
ODOO_PORT=8069

# Odoo User name. Preferable specific user to manage attendances only.
ODOO_USER_NAME=rfid_attendance
ODOO_PASSWORD=admin

# db_name for odoo production instance.
PGDATABASE=10.0-test-hr_attendance_rfid

# mqtt URL, no need modifications for general usage.
MQTTHOST=mosquitto

# MQTT -> Edit both look into /mosquitto/config/passwd $MQTT_USER:$MQTT_PASS
MQTT_USER=python_rfid
MQTT_PASS=1234
# HMAC KEY: Encrypt key shared by mqtt clients to codify messages. 16 char ASCII
KEY=M1k3y1sdAb3St0n4

# DEBUG True or False
DEBUG=True

Run

After all configuration you are ready to run containers. Just:

docker-compose build --pull
docker-compose up -d
docker-compose logs -f
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