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[LUA] Getting a rooms descriptive name


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Is it possible to covert a Room ID in to a descriptive name?

My script is calling

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and it does return the right roomID. But now what? The API commands don't appear to have anything suitable -- but that might be just because the docs are unfinished?

[ Added: 2013-05-29, 01:57 ]

Seems the information is available via HTTP JSON from /api/rooms

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budda,

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I asked for this feature for a long time, see

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A.Socha accepted the request (add fibaro:getRoomName(ID)) but i have no info about the implementation...

Seems the information is available via HTTP JSON from /api/rooms
i think it's not a good idea and it is not really optimized.

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  • A work around for now using json is available at

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    budda, thanks for this work around

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