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    Quote Originally Posted by Enforcer View Post
    Well tell her to walk into the kitchen and make dinner then.
    You 'have' seen her throw a bullwhip.. haven't you?

    LoL

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    Is there a minimum amount i need to be setting for the retryperiod?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus View Post
    Odd.. The xml on the car pc has no data for the period of the test drive.

    I wonder if my GPS lost it's lock when I moved or something.. Will test again
    tomorrow! (wifey has me blocked ino the driveway at the moment)

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    Odd... Everything in the xml on the client is 'true' for transmitted. But
    the only pushpins on the map are the ones parked on the drive in range
    of the wifi...

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    Took another drive. Tried diconnecting and reconnecting the GPS.

    All looks fine.

    Arrive home.. Wifi kicks in.. But all it sends is the 'live' data. So
    I get another couple of pushpins sat on my driveway but none
    of the 'stored' data from the journey makes it across.

    I'll check the xml on the car tomorrow. Something odd is going on!

    I'll try and pair the pc with the iPhone tomorrow and see what happens
    with a live net connection....

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    Quote Originally Posted by hondabldr View Post
    Is there a minimum amount i need to be setting for the retryperiod?
    The idea really is to save it getting caught in loops. Each gps message is a thread and if the retry is too quick you can get caught up in thousands of threads all trying to connect at the same time. personnally I recon 10 mins is a good time. By no means a minimum though. If in an alert or SOS the retry period is ignored and it tries again quickly.

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    Nope.. I can't make it work...

    All I get is lots of pins on my driveway. I guess I will have to try it
    tethered to the iPhone for some live action.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus View Post
    Nope.. I can't make it work...

    All I get is lots of pins on my driveway.

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    I'd clear them up before you get a puncture if I was you.

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    Try To go around the block with it tracking then get reconected back to the wifi, then hit stop gps and start again, Maybe could help determin the issue I cant get mine to resend unless i do that...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cerberus View Post
    Nope.. I can't make it work...

    All I get is lots of pins on my driveway. I guess I will have to try it
    tethered to the iPhone for some live action.

    C

    The only time it resends the xml is when it gets a network change. If you set your debug to greater than 0 you should see some text on your client in the bottom half. The second piece of text shows you if your connected. When you go out of your drive does it still say connected? It should turn to disconnected. When you get to your drive it should automatically detect the network and the text should change back to connected. Then a resend occures. I have found that having a virtual machine running causes windows to think it has a valid network, maybe you have a network all the time eventhough its not an internet network!

    Same for you Hondabldr, does your client think its continuously connected?

    I alao attach a debug client exe which outputs more info around this area. If someone can use it and post the log that would be good. You need to set client debug level to 5 to use.

    [edit] better version posted in newer post

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