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Trigger a scene by an external HTTP command


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I have a sliding gate, which can send http commands when its state is opened or closed.

Is it possible, that the HC2 can receive such a command, so that I can trigger for example a scene?

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47 minutes ago, HansL said:

I have a sliding gate, which can send http commands when its state is opened or closed.

Is it possible, that the HC2 can receive such a command, so that I can trigger for example a scene?

 

Your gate has to do a html call like this:

 

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where

 

xxx = IP of your HC2
yy = ID of the scene you want to trigger
zzz = username and password of a user of the HC2 with rights to this scene (make a special user with only one right)
www = type of event that you want to trigger

 

Hope this works for you too

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Yes, it is.

http://<LOGIN>:<PASS>@<IP>/api/sceneControl?id=<SCENE ID>&action=start
http://<LOGIN>:<PASS>@<IP>/api/sceneControl?id=<SCENE ID>&action=stop

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This is really helpful. I need to do something similar but pass a value to a virtual device. Can this be done?

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