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How to translate a "curl" cmd with "Bearer" and header into lua http:request


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Smartlock 3.0 just can work with Web API and Bluetooth API. I was able to access and issue actions via the Swagger: 

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 and get the CURL commands:

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Now, I am struggling to convert this into a lua scene. current version:

 

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provides such error message:

 

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Can anyone help me how to overcome this issue. What's wrong with the http: request from your perspective?

 

Thanks in advance

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Bearer =  'Bearer  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx'

 

getRUrl -> getRUurl

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  • Thanks jgab for your support. This changes brings me into: 

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    You need to post your current code/attempt. Just the error message is hard to deduce anything from…

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