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README.md

FendoDB timeseries database


Overview

FendoDB is a fork of the OGEMA timeseries database (SlotsDB), adding the following features:

  • multiple database instances
  • tagging time series / adding semantic information
  • a full-fledged REST interface
  • administrative shell commands
  • query statistics about individual time series and groups of time series
  • a visualization tool
  • supports Java permissions
  • besides the default one-file-per-day mode, other base intervals can be configured, such as hours, weeks or months

It is best used with OGEMA, but can be integrated in a standalone Java-application as well. Some features are only available when used with OGEMA (REST user permissions, visualization), or at least with OSGi (REST interface, shell commands). See Usage.

FendoDB requires Java 8 or higher.


Getting started

Download the run configuration rundir-ogema-felix, and start it using one of the provided start scripts (see https://github.com/smartrplace/osgi-run-configs for more information on configuration options). The rundir contains the compiled FendoDB bundles in the folder init.

Use the REST interface or the shell commands to create a database instance and to add data points, or open the visualization page at https://localhost:8443/org/smartrplace/slotsdb/visualisation/index.html in the Browser.

See the Wiki for more information.


API reference

There is a Java API and a REST interface, and in addition a set of shell commands for the Gogo OSGi shell.


Build

Prerequisites: git, Java and Maven installed.

  1. Clone this repository
  2. In a shell, navigate to the base folder and execute mvn clean install -DskipTests

License

Apache License, Version 2.0

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