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MSE Sandbox notification movement

Question asked by logocomune on Mar 10, 2016
Latest reply on Jul 13, 2016 by matfarre

I have create a new notification on sandbox (https://msesandbox.cisco.com:8081 cmx 10.2.1).

If I check saved values with api call (/api/config/v1/notifications/), I  obtain:

 

[

{

    "name": "test-cisco",

    "userId": "learning",

    "rules": [

      {

        "conditions": [

          {

            "condition": "movement.distance > 4"

          }

        ]

      }

    ],

    "subscribers": [

      {

        "receivers": [

          {

            "uri": "http://*********",

            "messageFormat": "JSON",

            "qos": "AT_MOST_ONCE"

          }

        ]

      }

    ],

    "enabled": false,

    "enableMacScrambling": false,

    "notificationType": "Movement"

  },

{..}

]

 

And I receive jsons like this on configured uri:

{

  "notifications": [{

  "notificationType": "movement",

  "subscriptionName": "test-cisco",

  "entity": "WIRELESS_CLIENTS",

  "deviceId": "*******",

  "lastSeen": "2016-03-10T11:18:00.524+0000",

  "locationMapHierarchy": "DevNetCampus>DevNetBuilding>DevNetZone>Zooooooneeee",

  "locationCoordinate": {

  "x": 150.9892,

  "y": 29.65078,

  "z": 0.0,

  "unit": "FEET"

  },

  "geoCoordinate": {

"lattitude": -999.0,

  "longitude": -999.0,

  "unit": "DEGREES"

  },

  "confidenceFactor": 48.0,

  "apMacAddress": null,

  "ssid": null,

  "band": null,

  "floorId": ************,

  "moveDistanceInFt": 23.476973,

  "timestamp": 1457608680524

  }]

}

 

 

Why ssid and apMacAddress are always null?

 

Latitude and longitude are always -999.0, is it correct?

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