How do you pull data from LoggerNet into a database, another application, or a website?

There are several approaches you can try:

  1. The LNDB Interface can pull data from LoggerNet and insert it into a database instance. Supported database platforms are as follows: Microsoft SQL; MySQL; unofficially, MariaDB as it is open source MySQL, PostGRESQL, and Oracle. The database table structure and metadata will match the structure of the station’s program and the station name used in LoggerNet exactly. You cannot customize the structure. Refer to the setup documentation.

  2. Read or parse data from LoggerNet .dat files. The files are CSV formatted and can be parsed in using most any programming language. Files by default are stored on the LoggerNet computer in the following path: C:\Campbellsci\LoggerNet.

  3. LDMP Server, a LoggerNet Admin component, offers a listening socket for data to be pulled directly from the LoggerNet cache over the LoggerNet Service listening port 6789. Complete documentation in LoggerNet Admin is stored in the following path: C:\Program Files (x86)\Campbellsci\LoggerNet\ldmp_server2.pdf.

  4. Read in data using the CSI web server’s built in Web API. The webAPI accepts queries in the same format as the data logger’s built-in webAPI. Refer to the data logger webAPI documentation

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