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how to GET the lua field from a scene



   response, status = api.get("/scenes")
    if (status == 200) then
        fibaro:debug("Get Scenes Successful")
        created = true
        fibaro:debug("Failed to get Scenes " )

    for _,s1 in ipairs(response) do
      local s2 = api.get("/scenes/"..s1.id)
      if s1.name == gSceneName then
        fibaro:debug("SceneName: " .. s1.name .. "  Scene ID: " ..s1.id)
      print (s1.isLua)                -- ** gets correctly
       print (s1.lua) -- <===  RETURNS a null  ---  HOW do I get this 
      print (s1.roomID)                -- ** gets correctly
      print (s1.iconID)                -- ** gets correctly
            print (s1.sortOrder)    -- ** gets correctly
        SceneID= s1.id




Essentially I'm trying to get the Lua code from a scene so I jason encode it so I can then populate another scene with the same lua code.

I'm trying to automatically update/create Lua scenes without having to go in and edit each one individually.

I can populate the "lua " field with an API PUT ...   But I can't read it back.   The code above returns all the other fields but not the s1.lua


Any help would be greatly appreciated - thanks.


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when you already read scene content like that

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then why you then try to print s1 values?

use instead s2, like print (s2.lua)


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  • thanks a lot !!!   ... That fixed it ..!! (I can't believe I spent hours trying to work out what was going on)


    I appreciate your help.

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