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Remote Integrations


ThingsBoard PE Feature


Only ThingsBoard Professional Edition supports Platform Integrations feature.

See ThingsBoard PE Installation Options to install ThingsBoard PE.

Introduction

It is possible to execute any ThingsBoard Integration remotely from main ThingsBoard instance. This guide contains step-by-step instructions how to launch ThingsBoard integration remotely. For example, we will launch MQTT integration that connects to the local MQTT Broker and pushes data to cloud.thingsboard.io.

See deployment options for more general information.

Prerequisites

We assume you already have a tenant administrator account on your own ThingsBoard PE v2.4.1+ instance or cloud.thingsboard.io.

ThingsBoard configuration steps

Let’s create dummy uplink and downlink converters and will set them to work in debug mode. While running in debug mode, those converters will record all incoming events. This will help us to tune the converters once we start receiving the data.

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Step 2. Create Remote Integration

Let’s create remote integration that will connect to the local broker using port 1883 and subscribe to all topics. Notice that we enable “Debug” and “Execute remotely”.

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Step 3. Save Remote Integration credentials.

Let’s copy-paste the integration key and secret from the integration details.

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Remote integration installation steps

Choose your platform and install

One can install ThingsBoard Integration via Docker, Debian or RPM packages. Please use one of the next steps.

Docker on Linux/Mac

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v ~/.tb-pe-http-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-http-integration \
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" \
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET " \
--name my-tb-pe-http-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-http-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v ~/.tb-pe-http-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-http-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-http-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-http-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-http-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-http-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-http-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-http-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-http-integration

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v ~/.tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-mqtt-integration \
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" \
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET " \
--name my-tb-pe-mqtt-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-mqtt-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v ~/.tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-mqtt-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-mqtt-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-mqtt-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-mqtt-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-mqtt-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-mqtt-integration

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v ~/.tb-pe-aws-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-aws-integration \
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" \
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET " \
--name my-tb-pe-aws-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-aws-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v ~/.tb-pe-aws-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-aws-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-aws-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-aws-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-aws-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-aws-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-aws-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-aws-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-aws-integration

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v ~/.tb-pe-azure-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-azure-integration \
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" \
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET " \
--name my-tb-pe-azure-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-azure-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v ~/.tb-pe-azure-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-azure-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-azure-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-azure-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-azure-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-azure-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-azure-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-azure-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-azure-integration

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v ~/.tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-opc-ua-integration \
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" \
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET " \
--name my-tb-pe-opc-ua-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-opc-ua-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v ~/.tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-opc-ua-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-opc-ua-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-opc-ua-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-opc-ua-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-opc-ua-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-opc-ua-integration

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v ~/.tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-tcp-udp-integration \
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" \
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET " \
--name my-tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v ~/.tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-tcp-udp-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration

See configuration yml file below for a list of possible configuration parameters, corresponding environment variables and their default values. For example, default client id of the integration, that is used in integration debug messages is “remote” and can be altered by setting “RPC_CLIENT_ID” environment variable.

server:
  # Server bind address
  address: "${HTTP_BIND_ADDRESS:0.0.0.0}"
  # Server bind port
  port: "${HTTP_BIND_PORT:8082}"

integration:
  routingKey: "${INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY:PUT_YOUR_ROUTING_KEY_HERE}"
  secret: "${INTEGRATION_SECRET:PUT_YOUR_SECRET_HERE}"
  # Allows connection to the localhost resources. For example, local MQTT broker, etc.
  allow_local_network_hosts: "${INTEGRATION_ALLOW_LOCAL_NETWORK_HOSTS:true}"
  statistics:
    # Enable/disable integration statistics
    enabled: "${INTEGRATION_STATISTICS_ENABLED:true}"
    # Send statistics interval. Dfault value is once per hour
    persist_frequency: "${INTEGRATION_STATISTICS_PERSIST_FREQUENCY:3600000}"

storage:
  # Location of the folder to store data files
  data_folder_path: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_DATA_FOLDER_PATH:./}"
  # Max amount of data files to maintain
  max_file_count: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_FILE_COUNT:100}"
  # Max records per data file
  max_records_per_file: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_RECORDS_PER_FILE:30}"
  # Max records between persistence of data file
  max_records_between_fsync: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_RECORDS_BETWEEN_FSYNC:100}"
  # Size of the upload chunk
  max_read_records_count: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_READ_RECORDS_COUNT:50}"
  # Sleep interval while no new records
  no_read_records_sleep: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_NO_READ_RECORDS_SLEEP:1000}"

executors:
  # Size of the thread pool to handle incoming messages and tasks
  thread_pool_size: "${EXECUTORS_SIZE:1}"
  # Timeout to reconnect to ThingsBoard
  reconnect_timeout: "${EXECUTORS_RECONNECT_TIMEOUT:3000}" # in milliseconds

rpc:
  # Host of the ThingsBoard server
  host: "${PRC_HOST:cloud.thingsboard.io}"
  # Port of the ThingsBoard server
  port: "${RPC_PORT:9090}"
  # No reply timeout
  timeout: "${RPC_TIMEOUT:5}" # Timeout in seconds for channel termination
  # ID of the RPC client
  client_id: "${RPC_CLIENT_ID:remote}"
  ssl:
    # SSL enabled/disabled
    enabled: "${RPC_SSL_ENABLED:false}"
    # SSL certificate
    cert: "${RPC_SSL_CERT:roots.pem}"

js:
  evaluator: "${JS_EVALUATOR:local}"
  # Built-in JVM JavaScript environment properties
  local:
    # Use Sandboxed (secured) JVM JavaScript environment
    use_js_sandbox: "${USE_LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX:true}"
    # Specify thread pool size for JavaScript sandbox resource monitor
    monitor_thread_pool_size: "${LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX_MONITOR_THREAD_POOL_SIZE:4}"
    # Maximum CPU time in milliseconds allowed for script execution
    max_cpu_time: "${LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX_MAX_CPU_TIME:5000}"
    # Maximum allowed JavaScript execution errors before JavaScript will be blacklisted
    max_errors: "${LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX_MAX_ERRORS:3}"

Note If you observe errors related to DNS issues, for example

127.0.1.1:53: cannot unmarshal DNS message

You may configure your system to use Google public DNS servers. See corresponding Linux and Mac OS instructions.

Docker on Windows

Windows users should use docker managed volume for remote integration logs. Create docker volume (for ex. tb-http-integration-logs) before executing docker run command: Open “Docker Quickstart Terminal”. Execute the following command to create docker volume:

docker volume create tb-pe-http-integration-logs

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v tb-pe-http-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-http-integration `
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" `
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET" `
--name my-tb-pe-http-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-http-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v tb-pe-http-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-http-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-http-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-http-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-http-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-http-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-http-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-http-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-http-integration

Windows users should use docker managed volume for remote integration logs. Create docker volume (for ex. tb-mqtt-integration-logs) before executing docker run command: Open “Docker Quickstart Terminal”. Execute the following command to create docker volume:

docker volume create tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-mqtt-integration `
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" `
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET" `
--name my-tb-pe-mqtt-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-mqtt-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-mqtt-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-mqtt-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-mqtt-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-mqtt-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-mqtt-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-mqtt-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-mqtt-integration

Windows users should use docker managed volume for remote integration logs. Create docker volume (for ex. tb-aws-integration-logs) before executing docker run command: Open “Docker Quickstart Terminal”. Execute the following command to create docker volume:

docker volume create tb-pe-aws-integration-logs

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v tb-pe-aws-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-aws-integration `
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" `
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET" `
--name my-tb-pe-aws-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-aws-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v tb-pe-aws-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-aws-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-aws-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-aws-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-aws-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-aws-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-aws-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-aws-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-aws-integration

Windows users should use docker managed volume for remote integration logs. Create docker volume (for ex. tb-azure-integration-logs) before executing docker run command: Open “Docker Quickstart Terminal”. Execute the following command to create docker volume:

docker volume create tb-pe-azure-integration-logs

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v tb-pe-azure-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-azure-integration `
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" `
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET" `
--name my-tb-pe-azure-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-azure-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v tb-pe-azure-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-azure-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-azure-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-azure-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-azure-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-azure-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-azure-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-azure-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-azure-integration

Windows users should use docker managed volume for remote integration logs. Create docker volume (for ex. tb-opc-ua-integration-logs) before executing docker run command: Open “Docker Quickstart Terminal”. Execute the following command to create docker volume:

docker volume create tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-opc-ua-integration `
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" `
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET" `
--name my-tb-pe-opc-ua-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-opc-ua-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-opc-ua-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-opc-ua-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-opc-ua-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-opc-ua-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-opc-ua-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-opc-ua-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-opc-ua-integration

Windows users should use docker managed volume for remote integration logs. Create docker volume (for ex. tb-tcp-udp-integration-logs) before executing docker run command: Open “Docker Quickstart Terminal”. Execute the following command to create docker volume:

docker volume create tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs

Execute the following command to run this docker directly:

docker run -it -v tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-tcp-udp-integration `
-e "PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io" -e "RPC_PORT=9090" `
-e "INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_ROUTING_KEY"  -e "INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_SECRET" `
--name my-tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration --restart always thingsboard/tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration:2.4.1PE

Where:

  • cloud.thingsboard.io - is the host name of your ThingsBoard PE instance;
  • 9090 - is the port of your ThingsBoard PE instance. It is configured in thingsboard.yml using INTEGRATIONS_RPC_PORT env variable;
  • YOUR_ROUTING_KEY - placeholder for your integration routing key obtained on Step 3;
  • YOUR_SECRET - placeholder for your integration secret obtained on Step 3;
  • docker run - run this container;
  • -it - attach a terminal session with current ThingsBoard process output;
  • -v tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs:/var/log/tb-tcp-udp-integration - mounts the host’s dir ~/.tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs to ThingsBoard logs directory;
  • --name tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration - friendly local name of this machine;
  • --restart always - automatically start ThingsBoard Integration in case of system reboot and restart in case of failure.;
  • thingsboard/tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration:2.4.1PE - docker image.

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here ~/.tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration-logs. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.


You can detach from session terminal with Ctrl-p+Ctrl-q - the container will keep running in the background.


  • Reattaching, stop and start commands

To reattach to the terminal (to see ThingsBoard logs) run:

docker attach tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration

To stop the container:

docker stop tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration

To start the container:

docker start tb-pe-tcp-udp-integration

See configuration yml file below for a list of possible configuration parameters, corresponding environment variables and their default values. For example, default client id of the integration, that is used in integration debug messages is “remote” and can be altered by setting “RPC_CLIENT_ID” environment variable.

server:
  # Server bind address
  address: "${HTTP_BIND_ADDRESS:0.0.0.0}"
  # Server bind port
  port: "${HTTP_BIND_PORT:8082}"

integration:
  routingKey: "${INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY:PUT_YOUR_ROUTING_KEY_HERE}"
  secret: "${INTEGRATION_SECRET:PUT_YOUR_SECRET_HERE}"
  # Allows connection to the localhost resources. For example, local MQTT broker, etc.
  allow_local_network_hosts: "${INTEGRATION_ALLOW_LOCAL_NETWORK_HOSTS:true}"
  statistics:
    # Enable/disable integration statistics
    enabled: "${INTEGRATION_STATISTICS_ENABLED:true}"
    # Send statistics interval. Dfault value is once per hour
    persist_frequency: "${INTEGRATION_STATISTICS_PERSIST_FREQUENCY:3600000}"

storage:
  # Location of the folder to store data files
  data_folder_path: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_DATA_FOLDER_PATH:./}"
  # Max amount of data files to maintain
  max_file_count: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_FILE_COUNT:100}"
  # Max records per data file
  max_records_per_file: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_RECORDS_PER_FILE:30}"
  # Max records between persistence of data file
  max_records_between_fsync: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_RECORDS_BETWEEN_FSYNC:100}"
  # Size of the upload chunk
  max_read_records_count: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_MAX_READ_RECORDS_COUNT:50}"
  # Sleep interval while no new records
  no_read_records_sleep: "${INTEGRATION_STORAGE_NO_READ_RECORDS_SLEEP:1000}"

executors:
  # Size of the thread pool to handle incoming messages and tasks
  thread_pool_size: "${EXECUTORS_SIZE:1}"
  # Timeout to reconnect to ThingsBoard
  reconnect_timeout: "${EXECUTORS_RECONNECT_TIMEOUT:3000}" # in milliseconds

rpc:
  # Host of the ThingsBoard server
  host: "${PRC_HOST:cloud.thingsboard.io}"
  # Port of the ThingsBoard server
  port: "${RPC_PORT:9090}"
  # No reply timeout
  timeout: "${RPC_TIMEOUT:5}" # Timeout in seconds for channel termination
  # ID of the RPC client
  client_id: "${RPC_CLIENT_ID:remote}"
  ssl:
    # SSL enabled/disabled
    enabled: "${RPC_SSL_ENABLED:false}"
    # SSL certificate
    cert: "${RPC_SSL_CERT:roots.pem}"

js:
  evaluator: "${JS_EVALUATOR:local}"
  # Built-in JVM JavaScript environment properties
  local:
    # Use Sandboxed (secured) JVM JavaScript environment
    use_js_sandbox: "${USE_LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX:true}"
    # Specify thread pool size for JavaScript sandbox resource monitor
    monitor_thread_pool_size: "${LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX_MONITOR_THREAD_POOL_SIZE:4}"
    # Maximum CPU time in milliseconds allowed for script execution
    max_cpu_time: "${LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX_MAX_CPU_TIME:5000}"
    # Maximum allowed JavaScript execution errors before JavaScript will be blacklisted
    max_errors: "${LOCAL_JS_SANDBOX_MAX_ERRORS:3}"

Note If you observe errors related to DNS issues, for example

127.0.1.1:53: cannot unmarshal DNS message

You may configure your system to use Google public DNS servers

Ubuntu Server

ThingsBoard service is running on Java 8. Follow this instructions to install OpenJDK 8:

sudo apt update
sudo apt install openjdk-8-jdk

Please don’t forget to configure your operating system to use OpenJDK 8 by default. You can configure which version is the default using the following command:

sudo update-alternatives --config java

You can check the installation using the following command:

java -version

Expected command output is:

openjdk version "1.8.0_xxx"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (...)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build ...)

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-http-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Install integration as a service:

sudo dpkg -i tb-http-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-http-integration/conf/tb-http-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-http-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-http-integration/conf/tb-http-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-http-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-mqtt-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Install integration as a service:

sudo dpkg -i tb-mqtt-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-mqtt-integration/conf/tb-mqtt-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-mqtt-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-mqtt-integration/conf/tb-mqtt-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-mqtt-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-aws-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Install integration as a service:

sudo dpkg -i tb-aws-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-aws-integration/conf/tb-aws-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-aws-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-aws-integration/conf/tb-aws-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-aws-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-azure-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Install integration as a service:

sudo dpkg -i tb-azure-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-azure-integration/conf/tb-azure-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-azure-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-azure-integration/conf/tb-azure-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-azure-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-opc-ua-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Install integration as a service:

sudo dpkg -i tb-opc-ua-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-opc-ua-integration/conf/tb-opc-ua-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-opc-ua-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-opc-ua-integration/conf/tb-opc-ua-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-opc-ua-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-tcp-udp-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Install integration as a service:

sudo dpkg -i tb-tcp-udp-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-tcp-udp-integration/conf/tb-tcp-udp-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-tcp-udp-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-tcp-udp-integration/conf/tb-tcp-udp-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-tcp-udp-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

CentOS/RHEL Server

ThingsBoard service is running on Java 8. Follow this instructions to install OpenJDK 8:

sudo yum install java-1.8.0-openjdk

Please don’t forget to configure your operating system to use OpenJDK 8 by default. You can configure which version is the default using the following command:

sudo update-alternatives --config java

You can check the installation using the following command:

java -version

Expected command output is:

openjdk version "1.8.0_xxx"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (...)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build ...)

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-http-integration-2.4.1pe.rpm

Install integration as a service:

sudo rpm -Uvh tb-http-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-http-integration/conf/tb-http-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-http-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-http-integration/conf/tb-http-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-http-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-mqtt-integration-2.4.1pe.rpm

Install integration as a service:

sudo rpm -Uvh tb-mqtt-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-mqtt-integration/conf/tb-mqtt-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-mqtt-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-mqtt-integration/conf/tb-mqtt-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-mqtt-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-aws-integration-2.4.1pe.rpm

Install integration as a service:

sudo rpm -Uvh tb-aws-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-aws-integration/conf/tb-aws-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-aws-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-aws-integration/conf/tb-aws-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-aws-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-azure-integration-2.4.1pe.rpm

Install integration as a service:

sudo rpm -Uvh tb-azure-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-azure-integration/conf/tb-azure-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-azure-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-azure-integration/conf/tb-azure-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-azure-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-opc-ua-integration-2.4.1pe.rpm

Install integration as a service:

sudo rpm -Uvh tb-opc-ua-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-opc-ua-integration/conf/tb-opc-ua-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-opc-ua-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-opc-ua-integration/conf/tb-opc-ua-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-opc-ua-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Download installation package:

wget https://dist.thingsboard.io/tb-tcp-udp-integration-2.4.1pe.rpm

Install integration as a service:

sudo rpm -Uvh tb-tcp-udp-integration-2.4.1pe.deb

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-tcp-udp-integration/conf/tb-tcp-udp-integration.conf

Locate the following configuration block:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
# export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
# export RPC_PORT=9090
# export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=YOUR_INTEGRATION_KEY
# export INTEGRATION_SECRET=YOUR_INTEGRATION_SECRET

and put your configuration parameters. Please don’t forget to uncomment the export statement. See example below:

# UNCOMMENT NEXT LINES AND PUT YOUR CONNECTION PARAMETERS:
export PRC_HOST=cloud.thingsboard.io
export RPC_PORT=9090
export INTEGRATION_ROUTING_KEY=b75**************************34d
export INTEGRATION_SECRET=vna**************mik

Execute the following command to start ThingsBoard:

sudo service tb-tcp-udp-integration start
  • Advanced configuration

Once can lookup additional configuration parameters inside the yml configuration file.

Open the file for editing using the following command:

sudo nano /etc/tb-tcp-udp-integration/conf/tb-tcp-udp-integration.conf

After executing this command you can open logs which are located here /var/log/tb-tcp-udp-integration/. You should see some INFO log messages with your latest Integration configuration that arrived from the server.

Remote integration configuration

Remote integration configuration is done via ThingsBoard UI and there is no specific steps. Explore guides and video tutorials related to specific integrations:

Remote integration troubleshooting

Please review the log files. Their location is specific to the platform and installation package you have used and is mentioned in the installation steps.

Next steps