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Expected value but found T_END at character 1


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Hi all,



I am struggling with a weird bug that happens on a very irregular basis (once in weeks, or lately 2 times in 1 week at night).
The VD controls my home heating. After is crashes, it gets cold.
Sometimes decoding the json string kills my VD 'Main', fatal error: "Expected value but found T_END at character 1".

 

'User' has admin credentials to access the heating panel. If I deliberatly corrupt username or password, I get the same error.
For performance reasons, authentication is done once as 'Main' never ends. Function HeatRoom() runs every minute.
It looks like 'panel' from HC2:GET is an empty string once in a while but why?
Is it possible for authentication to expire?
Any idea about the cause/trigger and a fix?

 

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use instead following:

 

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  • @tinman +1, works perfectly and username + password no longer needed in VD.

     

    @T.Konopka, @I.Srodka and all other experts.
    For future code, to avoid the initial problem, I would still like to get some answers to my initial post.

    Thanks in advance.

     

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  • @boerremk thx for your code. to avoid VD stop on error.

    Problem is, the panel is needed to control the heating.

    I could wrap this in a pcall( .... ) and retry a few times.
    That would work but I rather know what the root cause is.

    Maybe a security feature, may be a bug.

    So the questions are still open!

     

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    Hi,

    Have you solved this problem, I have the same as.

    Regards

    Nilmoty

     

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