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I have a simple question but no answer. 
I have an ESP8266 and a temperature sensor and HC2.
The ESP returns a JSON file that looks like this:

{ "TaskValues": [ {"ValueNumber":1, "Name":"temperature", "NrDecimals":2, "Value":19.94 }], "TTL":60000, "TaskEnabled":"true", "TaskNumber":1 }

path to it

how to get the value "19.9" from it to the VD 

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    I typed something like this :


    local thisdevice = fibaro:getSelfId() 
    local conn = Net.FHttp(fibaro:getValue(thisdevice, 'IPAddress'), fibaro:getValue(thisdevice, 'TCPPort')) -- connection espeasy/port
    response, status, errorCode = conn:GET('/json?view=sensorupdate')

    if tonumber(status) == 200 then
        jsonTable = json.decode(response); -- decode table json espeasy
        fibaro:debug("error, status="..status) 

    I receive:

    [DEBUG] 09:28:00: {"Sensors":[ { "TaskValues": [ {"ValueNumber":1, "Name":"temperature", "NrDecimals":2, "Value":20.38 }], "TaskEnabled":"true", "TaskNumber":1 } ], "TTL":60000 }


    how to enter a value 20.38  in a variable  

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    Hi @piotr.mordarski ,


    try this code:


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    Above code will get value from first sensor and its first value.

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