After receiving the station data, the web-server parses the data, stores it in the database and sends a response (also in XML format). In this response the newest versions of firmware, APN table and sensor table are transferred, the settings are updated and the success of the database upload is confirmed. In detail this includes:

1.      IM-RTC-TIME: date and time for synchronization

2.      IM-STATION-NAME: user-defined station name

3.      IM-UOTA: available firmware version to download

4.      IM-FWCRC: firmware correction value

5.      IM-FWFILE: name of firmware binary file

6.      IM-APNTABLE: available APN table version

7.      IM-SENSTABLE: available sensor table version

8.      IM-MODE: station mode

9.      IM-WL-MON: user-defined water level monitoring settings

10.  IM-RAIN-ENABLED: rain monitoring enabled flag

11.  IM-MEAS-INT: user-defined measurement and logging intervals

12.  IM-FIXED-TRANSF-INT: user-defined fixed transfer interval

13.  IM-RAIN-INT: user-defined rain monitoring interval

14.  IM-WL-INT: user-defined water level monitoring interval

15.  IM-EMG-SMS: user-defined emergency phone number

16.  IM-DATA-SCHED: user-defined data transfer schedule

17.  IM-SMS-WARN-GSM: user-defined SMS warning phone number

18.  IM-SMS-WARN-VAL: user-defined SMS warning sensor settings

19.  IM-DB-DATE: begin and end date of data stored at server side

20.  IM-DB-UPLOAD: Database upload success flag (if 1 successful, if 0 not successful)

* this settings can change in future