Jurgen, yeah I need to tidy up the docs a bit 8) as the current setup doesn’t really give the end-to-end process very well … on my to-do list.
But if you go back to the original “installing a Local Weather Service” page [HERE] then you should see a Step 7 that contains the test/query endpoint. To see if data is being received by the Weather Service then call the following from a browser:
http://<Weather Service IP:PORT>/weather1.py?loc=50,1&wto="h":100,"t":100,"r":100,"bh":70,"bt":59,"br":0
This mimics the call that OSPi will make when calculating watering level. You can swap out the h/t/r values with the Zimmerman percentage weightings and the bh/bt/br values for the baseline shown in the App Zimmerman config popup. The result should look something like:
Where scale is the watering level.