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How to call a simple HTTPS command


rajp

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I am trying to get this to work... I have a Fibaro Movement Sensor in the hallway and want to do the following.. 

When the sensor is breached, it should send out a https message to macrodroid link which will in turn turn the brightness of the Android Tablet sitting next to the door to 100% and then set the CCTV app to full screen. I am using Macrodroid to automate the part of the android bit and it all works. I just can't work out how to call the https link.

 

The link is like this. Any ideas how I can call it??  It can be either a scene or VD.

 

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Many thanks in advance.. ( I have done a search of the forum and the examples listed are just too complex for me to understand.. hence I am asking here.) ;-)

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On French forum you have good example for https with HC2

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Hello @rajp

 

I have done a similar thing in that I make https requests to a service on the internet using lua code

 

Below is a link to my code repository, on the line indicated you will see a http request call being made. You will need to ensure checkcertificate is false as the fibaro system cannot verify ssl (https) requests.

 

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Additonally, this code only works within a scene, not inside a virtual device. This should still work for you as I expect you will create a scene which is triggered by the PIR being ‘breached’

 

I hope that helps you to get going

 

Ian

 

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  • Thank you both.. I have the following code that does work now.. I could not get the syntax of getting the function defned properly.. but your code was very helpful... this is still quite raw, I will refne it further and then implement it....

     

    --[[
    %% properties
    %% globals
    --]]

    baseUrl = "https://trigger.macrodroid.com" 
    local timeout = 10
    local http = net.HTTPClient({timeout=2000})

    function sendRequest(url)
    fibaro:debug("GOne into Send Req")
    fibaro:debug("BaseUrl is " .. baseUrl .. url)
        http:request(baseUrl .. url, 
        { 
            options = {
                timeout = 5000,
                checkCertificate = false
            }})
    fibaro:debug("GOne out of Send Req")        
    end

    function run()
    fibaro:debug("Gone into Run FUnction")
    sendRequest("/**************")
    end

    run()
    fibaro:debug("Running")

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    Hi @rajp

    Have you got any documentation or link about macrodroid. I don't use it yet but it seems very powerfull with https from hc2 .

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  • 3 hours ago, pepite said:

    Hi @rajp

    Have you got any documentation or link about macrodroid. I don't use it yet but it seems very powerfull with https from hc2 .

    The only documentation was what is on their site... pretty powerful and useful too.. I just downloaded it and got it to run fairly quickly..

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