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Re: OpenRemote and ESP8266
Just out of curiosity... Is this your weather station? https://www.hackster.io/13699/autonomous-weather-station-with-esp8266-90f8b3
Re: OpenRemote and ESP8266
Purely going on what Pieter has observed, have you got a way of editing how your device offers up the HTML? With the aim of removing the redundant

tag? Does your ESP8266 offer a template that you could edit?

Re: OpenRemote and ESP8266
Hi. Thank you for your response. The original code isn't mine, it's generated by ESP8266. I'll check the second link you gave to me, maybe I'll find something useful. I've some guy been talking about getting JSON response as well, I'll get in touch with him as well. As OR works fine with JSON
Re: OpenRemote Re: RRDtool
Obvious thing I missed off was to insert the fact after creating it: - rule "initialise" when eval(true) then PulseCount counter = new PulseCount(); counter.setValue(-1); insert(counter); end Rich On 26 Aug 2016 09:08, "Michal Rutka" wrote: > Just remark
Re: Controller 2.6.0 beta release Enocean question (EEPA53808)
controller/runtime is where the "template" for our tomcat server is, so you're basically launching an empty tomcat, without anything deployed in there. Do a gradlew clean controller instead, then use controller generated under controller/builds/distributions > iMac-Schaaf-Dubelaar:bin
Re: OpenRemote and ESP8266
Hi Pieter has been in touch to suggest that it looks like your HTML has an error in it, which might be causing a problem. Apparently, the last

shouldn't be there. He said that with the

tag removed, the XPath query you created works fine on this test site :- http://www.freeformatter.

Re: OpenRemote and ESP8266
Do you have the api structure .. Its generslly available as a webpage ..it might even be your url above followed by /api
Re: OpenRemote and ESP8266
Didn't really think about it, good point. Thank you This is the code from "View Source":

ESP8266 - Temperature and Humidity

Temperature in Celsius: 22.92 *C

Temperature in Fahrenheit: 73.25 *F

Humidity: 51.40

Re: Controller 2.6.0 beta release Enocean question (EEPA53808)
Hi Rainer, Thanks for this configuration/build. I download the files and run the build, no problems only some test errors but that is normal for now I read. I am running Java 1.8 is this configuration build the 2.5 or the 2.6 controller? I have updated my test envoirement to java 1.8. The
OpenRemote and ESP8266
It might help the really clever people if you can share the page source for that web page, so that they can suggest the correct coding. One of the developer tools in Chrome should show you the page source. Good luck
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