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How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

Topic: How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

i have a requirement to push vehicle location  to external server using http get request exposed by third party(redbus bus agregator).

sorry i am a beginer,dont have much background in this area.

what are the options we have to share vehicle location to external server using http get request ?

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How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

Re: How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

simple, use notification for EACH message, choose HTTP request, choose POST, set for example Lat and Long as param in this scheme "param1=%UNIT%&param2=%CURR_TIME%"

If you have many vehicles Gurtam will kill you because of heavy server load for notification system! In this case you should use API/SDK and create your own service for this.

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How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

Re: How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

Notification is limited and you do not have guarantee to receive all messages. See http push options.

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How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

Re: How To push vehicle location to external server using http get request

What you need is actually Retranslator.
You can provide your own custom id to the unit as well.
It will push position and parameters to your server. If you have access to your server's port config you can use any of the listed protocols other wise simply use SOAP(XML) use whatever script you are happy with to convert the data into whatever format and push to whatever server you choose.

Docs on Retranslator
https://docs.wialon.com/en/hosting/cms/retra/retra

App for doing the same thing
https://apps.wialon.com/#protocoller

API documentation
https://sdk.wialon.com/wiki/en/kit/remo … translator





Can't get simpler than that.

Nishad Hussain Kaippally
Implementation Specialist, Middle East, Gurtam

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