1- Must use WIFI
2- Must use Azure Function call
3- The Azure function will insert data into a blob or SQL
4- when setting up the WIFI parameter i want to be able to pass the Functions parameter as well (.bin file)
5- mxchip will pass something simple like temp.
6- i want my .bin file be in a way so that i do not need VS or VSCode to be installed on my machine
Can someone help ????????, Thanks
Hi guys, I'm trying to deploy Azure MXChip IoT DevKit Translator (https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/samples/azure-samples/mxchip-iot-devkit-translator/sample/) but when I try to Azure IoT Device Workbench: Configure Device Settings... > Config Device Connection String. Select Select IoT Hub Device Connection String I get Writing to COM port (GetOverlappedResult): operation aborted
Do you know how can I investigate it and fix it? To be honest, I don't know where even I can check the logs
Hi, hopefully a simple question. I just tried the IOT DevKit for the first time, following the getting started example using VSCode. Everything went smooth up until running the code on the IOT device. The display is stuck on Running... -> IoT Hub
I checked that the device is configured in Azure and it is. If I try to monitor using serial communication (the powerplug in vscode) I get the following error message:
[Starting] Opening the serial port - /dev/cu.usbmodem143203 [Error]Error: Error Resource temporarily unavailable Cannot lock port
Also when I monitor communication to endpoints on Azure there is no traffic. I would expect that the blue led for Azure connection should light on the IOT device but it doesn't
I should mention that I try to follow the tutorial on a macbook. All software is at current version (VSCode, IOT extension, Arduino extension and Arduino IDE
Yep, Resolved by downgrading VS Code to the Jan 2020 version 1.42.1.
The Feb 2020 version 1.43 had a bug where the Serial/Com port (ST Link USB) was not working.