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json - decoding issue


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I need some help with json decoding. 

I'm succesfully got the data in HC2 from Rasspery/Pyton but I'm not able to decode that data in HC2.

Any advice, please?!

 

 

--starting LUA code here

local smartmeter= Net.FHttp('192.168.1.10');
response = smartmeter:GET("/index.py")

fibaro:debug('Answer: ' ..response) --this is the data response coming from Rasppery/Pyton:  {"Amp": 13.29, "Volt": 98.01}

 

 

if (tonumber(status)==200 and tonumber(errorCode)==0) and response~=nil 

then 
   fibaro:debug('Decoding...')
   local harduino = json.decode(response)

   fibaro:debug('Decode: ', harduino)

   fibaro:debug('Or decode: ', harduino.Volt) 

else fibaro:debug('Not able to decode!') -- this is the executed code

end

--end LUA code here

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Hi

I'm a bit new in this but ...

For me it seems the if statement returns FALSE so you land in else part.

 

One of the following is not what you think it is:

- tonumber(status) == 200

- tonumber(errorCode) == 0

- response ~= nil (this one should be TRUE, you debug it)


Just debug "status" and "errorCode" maybe it will give you a hint what's wrong.

 

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  • Just fix it:

    in Pyton / Raspberry, the header reffered to html by default. Just remove any header and it 's working now.

     

    Behind Raspberry I am collected data with Arduino... so still plenty of other things to do it in order to running smoothlly all togheter.

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