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Batterie level


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I would to make a scene to check level of batterie.

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But after the "then" I would like a request to post url to send notification with the name of device fibaro:getName(deviceID);.

If somebody have an example please.

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Try this to start with

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Have not test it 100%, i don't have battery operated things

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  • Thanks but I would like to post an URL on my networks. But now Inow how to send a push notifications ^^.

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    Guest Lode

    Works like a charm......

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    I'm defenitly going to use this nice piece of code !!

    Thx a lot !!

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  • Yes work very well, but can somebody tell me how to send http request on my local network please.

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    jompa68, you got bug in script

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    so you checking only device who got id lower then 250

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    jompa68, you got bug in script

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    so you checking only device who got id lower then 250

    maxNodeID is how many devices you have in your system, guess 250 is ALOT of devices so it will be enough for a while

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    /emoticons/default_icon_curve.gif" alt=":-/" /> Lol stop speaking without my answer.

    Try many thing but can't find how to send url notification in lua to xbmc. With virtual device no problem but I don't have the ID of the device.

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    /emoticons/default_icon_curve.gif" alt=":-/" /> Lol stop speaking without my answer.

    Try many thing but can't find how to send url notification in lua to xbmc. With virtual device no problem but I don't have the ID of the device.

    this is the notification string for XBMC

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    Tested it in my browser on port 8080 to XBMC and notifications appears on tv-screen, but when i do a virtual button in HC2 i cannot communicate with XBMC.

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    Guest deraaij

    I us port 9090 and enabled control in xvmc, than you can just send

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    Yes, 9090 was the magic (missed that, need to have newer glasses)

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    But with a virtual device you cannot use the deviceID you want to use together with notifications Shad.

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  • Yes, 9090 was the magic (missed that, need to have newer glasses)

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    But with a virtual device you cannot use the deviceID you want to use together with notifications Shad.

    I know that, it is for that I am asking how to send http url with lua ^^.

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    Yes, 9090 was the magic (missed that, need to have newer glasses)

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    But with a virtual device you cannot use the deviceID you want to use together with notifications Shad.

    I know that, it is for that I am asking how to send http url with lua ^^.

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    add ID where you want it in the url (using "" .. id .."")

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  • Thanks, I try that but I have

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    and the line 20 is

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    Guest deraaij

    sorry in this version it only works in a virtual device. If necessary you can make a combi with a scene (pressing the virtual button)

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  • Ok now I understand Why it didn't work. Now I can try to find a way to work.

    Thanks you very much

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    Guest deraaij
    Ok now I understand Why it didn't work. Now I can try to find a way to work.

    Thanks you very much

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    you're welcoe, goodluck

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