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Brain melt.......encode url - how to ?
AutoFrank posted a question in Other Devices / Third-party devicesHi, I am leveraging a bridge to interact with my sonos systems The command to invoke is simple.... http://192.168.1.89:5005/Bed5_Office/SAY/Hi but if I want to have more than one word i need to separate them with a %20 in the url ..like http://192.168.1.89:5005/Bed5_Office/SAY/Hi%20there Now if I drop the following url into a browser (note space between 'hi' and 'there') http://192.168.1.89:5005/Bed5_Office/SAY/Hi there It works !!!... ..but if i use it in a scene it doesn't I had this working from a scene before so I asked the developer of the sonos bridge and he said .. the last part is the important bit.....so my question is how can I get the http request in the scene to invoke the url so I don't have to add the %20 as spaces I tried a number of options but can only seem to find a way to encode headers or data but not the url I am 99% sure I had this working but in a recent overzealous clean up of my code I must have deleted the sample code that worked for me. Could anybody help ? Thanks -Frank