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monkey-magic posted this 24 July 2014

Okay I've submitted and here are the two event logs.

http://pastebin.com/drBgFuUc

http://pastebin.com/tWnxLb9t

Josh

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Ryan-Scott posted this 24 July 2014

Okay I'm probably doing something dumb here but I'm getting crashes and I've tried a few things.

I'm trying to run this GET command, it works from inside postman

192.168.80.4:9000/status.html?p0=button&p1=poweron&player=192.168.80.51

Where do I put all the bits? I've tried a few different combos and most of the time I'm getting crashes so i'd like to check that I've got them in the right sections.

server UTL:
HTTP Verb
Headers
Data

Thanks Josh


What crash do you get? Is it a crash or an error message of some sort?

I'd guess the following should be entered into the fields:

Server URL: http://192.168.80.4:9000/status.html?p0=button&p1=power_on&player=192.168.80.51
HTTP Verb: GET
Headers: blank/empty probably
Data: blank/empty

monkey-magic posted this 25 July 2014

I get a crash.

Windows then says closing program but when I restart it it starts up fine.

Nothing in the log file except when I restart it mentions the service is already running.

http://imgur.com/J6u9Xv2 [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/J6u9Xv2.jpg[/IMG]

Ryan-Scott posted this 25 July 2014

[quote=monkey magic]I get a crash.

Windows then says closing program but when I restart it it starts up fine.

Nothing in the log file except when I restart it mentions the service is already running.

http://imgur.com/J6u9Xv2 [IMG]http://i.imgur.com/J6u9Xv2.jpg[/IMG][/quote]

Can you submit something so I can see more what the error says? Also, if you visit your Windows Application event logs, there should be a detailed dump (usually two) about the crash.

I assume this happens after you click test?

monkey-magic posted this 27 July 2014

Okay I've submitted and here are the two event logs.

http://pastebin.com/drBgFuUc

http://pastebin.com/tWnxLb9t

Josh

Ryan-Scott posted this 28 July 2014

[quote=monkey magic]Okay I've submitted and here are the two event logs.

http://pastebin.com/drBgFuUc

http://pastebin.com/tWnxLb9t

Josh[/quote]

Here's version 3.135. Can you let me know how it behaves?

monkey-magic posted this 28 July 2014

Thanks Ryan,

It works fine now when it is part of the scene. When I activate the scene it all works. No freezes

However when I use the test button, the command runs but the window seems to freeze and I can't click okay or cancel.

I have to close the window through the task manager and IC still runs fine.

Thanks Josh

Ryan-Scott posted this 28 July 2014

Thanks Ryan,

It works fine now when it is part of the scene. When I activate the scene it all works. No freezes

However when I use the test button, the command runs but the window seems to freeze and I can't click okay or cancel.

I have to close the window through the task manager and IC still runs fine.

Thanks Josh


Thanks - so just to clarify, when you activate the scene, the HTTP command works as intended (i.e, it hits your remote server and performs the action); however, when testing, it freezes up?

Can you try to disable your firewall and perform the test to see if it's different?

monkey-magic posted this 29 July 2014

When I hit the test button it activates and all runs but the window becomes 'deselected' and cannot be clicked on. I can't close the http window. That window freezes, I have to shut it down through the task manager.

Josh

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