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BachelorBoysa

POST request Wall Plug Action not working

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Hello, I'm trying to make a method in my C# application which either turns on or off a Wall Plug.

If I'm using the POST method

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} on the  "FibaroIpAddress/docs" API website, it works e.g. when I type in 11 as deviceId and turnOn/turnOff in actionName.

the website then tells me that the request URL will look like this:  http://IpAddress/api/devices/11/action/turnOff   or  http://IpAddress/api/devices/11/action/turnOn

 

In my application I then use the same request URL with the code:

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But nothing happens when this runs. I've also tried this code:

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But nothing happens here either. 
I've use the same code for different GET requests or PUT requests (e.g. change name of device) and it works.

I've also tried to just run the request URL directly into my browser, but nothing happens there either.

Does someone know what I'm doing wrong?

Edited by BachelorBoysa
used POST instead of PUT

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