Where I lose clarity is on step 7.
It was easy to put in the URL: http://<Weather Service IP:PORT>/weather1.py?loc=50,1&wto=”h”:100,”t”:100,”r”:100,”bh”:70,”bt”:59,”br”:0
and get this or something like it:
I assumed that the parameter loc=50,1 in the example was controlling the location but a support ticket asking was sharply closed, so I must be wrong there.
Hence I apologise again for not getting the simplest thing but how does the weather service know what location to use? Does it get it from the value set through the primary OpenSprinkler UI and what does this loc parameter mean?
I have tried changing the location in the UI and tried the call again but as yet (10 minutes) not seen meaningful delta. In doing this I tried setting it from Sydney in Australia (winter) to Austin Tx(summer) and am looking for the obvious temperature change.
I have also tried putting OpenWeatherMap CityID;s in but these return an error.
This topic was modified 1 week, 1 day ago by matthew garton. Reason: Spelling and clarification
Matthew, the “loc” parameter is short for location and in this example is latitude,longitude (i.e. 50,1 is approx London). You can change this to reflect the lat/lon of your location when testing the interface. In general usage, this api call is automated by OpenSprinkler using the location that was set in the Phone App->Edit Options->Location menu.