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Third Party Device Driver Software Development / Re: XBMC Driver
« Last post by iostream212 on January 17, 2015, 08:17:23 pm »
what features would you want integrated?  part of the issue I was having with this project was why use elve as the front end when so many other native options exist and could do more in their frameworks than Elve could?  ie yaste and xbmc commander etc...

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Bug Reports / Re: REST API - 405 Error on POST
« Last post by iostream212 on January 17, 2015, 08:13:31 pm »
awesome you figured this out.  #hacker :)

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Third Party Communication Protocols / Re: Invoke a device methode over the REST API.
« Last post by iolaus on January 17, 2015, 07:56:27 pm »
My recent forum post might help you out.  Let me know if you're still having trouble after that.
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Bug Reports / Re: REST API - 405 Error on POST
« Last post by iolaus on January 16, 2015, 10:27:53 pm »
Believe I finally have this figured out.

First off, it appears Elve is expecting an HTTP PUT (as apposed to a POST as specified in the documentation).

Additionally, the content-type in the request header should be:

Content-Type: text/xml

and the request body need to be surrounded by xml tags as follows:

<string xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/2003/10/Serialization/">{Elve Command(s) Here}</string>
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Third Party Device Driver Software Development / Re: XBMC Driver
« Last post by MerekW on January 16, 2015, 04:13:11 pm »
Have any of you fine code crunchers made any headway here?  What a great addition this would be!!  AS always, willing to help, but I'm a systems eng, not a dev.  :-/
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Bug Reports / REST API - 405 Error on POST
« Last post by iolaus on January 10, 2015, 12:34:04 pm »
I've been trying to utilize the REST API using the POST syntax specified in the documentation.  I've been building up a test request in Fiddler but I receive an HTTP 405 response whenever I utilize POST.  I've been using GET requests successfully for quite some time but have been unable to send complex script arguments (presumably because of URL encoding issues).

Any ideas?
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Third Party Device Driver Software Development / Existing C# Library
« Last post by Frunple on January 07, 2015, 11:29:28 am »
Just a programming question... If there is an existing dll for a device that isn't currently supported, What's the process of writing a driver with the existing library?? Is it just a matter of "pointing" the Elve props and methods to the library?
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Third Party Communication Protocols / Re: Any clue why this TCP J9Message won't work?
« Last post by MerekW on January 05, 2015, 11:18:09 am »
Yes, the index was in range.   :( THIS is why systems engineers shouldn't try to be coders.  ;)

I have taken what I've learned about the RESTful and XML protocols <I'LL SHOW YOU A PAYLOAD CHECKSUM!> and decided to stop being so stubborn and use the Elve Touch interface.  So far so good, other than a couple anomalies surrounding Android  (such as the apparent absence of press and hold).  Elve is so powerful with all options considered, and after fighting other platforms to try to get an easy to use yet intuitive interface (like Premise, Girder, etc.), Elve is a clear champ.  Hope the community continues to carry forward after all the awesome work John has done.

I remember that you had done some work on an XBMC driver...  I'm running Kodi and would love to take a stab at that - still have it?  :D

Attached is the rough draft of a couple screens...

Elve with:
ElkM1G (Security, I/O control)
UPB Lighting/Elec, ZWave Lighting/Locks
Elk, Android, Windows Interfaces
(2) Kodi Media Centers
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Only found this and this . That is weird.  And the index is in range on the array?

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Third Party Communication Protocols / Re: Any clue why this TCP J9Message won't work?
« Last post by MerekW on December 31, 2014, 07:03:00 pm »
Thanks, IO...  I got that from the scripting identifier.   Is there a list of valid datatypes or something a little more comprehensive than the XML protocol documentation?   I'm trying to get a real decent TCP tablet client solution going using Tasker w/ Send-Expect as opposed to using (what appears to be the much less efficient) RESTful Web Svc to retrieve status and send commands.
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