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==LogDebug==
 
==LogDebug==
 
'''LogDebug(Message)'''
 
'''LogDebug(Message)'''
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When writing scripts it is often useful to see what is happening. This function lets you write messages that can then be viewed in the Floorplan web interface
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<pre>
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LogDebug "This text will appear in the log"
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</pre>
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The debug log is found in config pages of Floorplan under scripts/scripts debug  or from this url /scriptsdebug.xsp
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==GetFromRaw==
 
==GetFromRaw==
 
'''GetFromRaw(RawMessage, ItemToFind)'''
 
'''GetFromRaw(RawMessage, ItemToFind)'''

Revision as of 12:10, 3 March 2007

Available functions:


Globals

GetGlobal

GetGlobal(Globalname) GetGlobal returns the data stored within the global variable GlobalName. You should use SetGlobal to put the data in to the variable.

ret=GetGlobal("MyVariableName")

Note globals stored with getglobal/setglobal do not persist across restarts of Floorplan. If you need that functionality then you should use GetDBglobal/SetDBGlobal instead

SetGlobal

SetGlobal(Globalname, NewData) As Boolean SetGlobal puts the data NewData in to the global variable GlobalName. You should use GetGlobal return the information.

SetGlobal "MyVariableName","Hi, this is my data"

Note globals stored with getglobal/setglobal do not persist across restarts of Floorplan. If you need that functionality then you should use GetDBglobal/SetDBGlobal instead

GetDBGlobal

GetDBGlobal(Globalname) As Variant

GetDBGlobal returns a Variant, as you can have an array of DBGlobals. Most users are frequently only going to use a single item (the zero'th) as in this case.
if GetDBGlobal("HouseEmpty")(0) then
....some code
end if

The DBGlobal being used here is storing Boolean.

SetDBGlobal

SetDBGlobal(Globalname, NewData, Overwrite As Boolean) As Boolean

The following will set the HouseEmpty global variable to TRUE, overwriting an existing value.
	SetDBGlobal "HouseEmpty", TRUE, TRUE


Devices

GetState

GetState(xAPName) As String

This returns the state of the device which can be referenced by the xAP full source string.
y=GetState("phaedrus.netiom.node2-1:heating.outstatus.go")
Or by the xAP Floorplan friendly name
y=GetState("Heating GO")

GetLevel

GetLevel(xAPName) As String

GetLevelMax

GetLevelMax(xAPName) As String

GetDisplayText

GetDisplayText(xAPName) As String

GetText

GetText(xAPName) As String This gets the string from the Text name/value pair for the BSC device.

Temp=GetText("mmwave.tom10.g8kmh_hapc2:lounge")

GetLastUpdate

GetLastUpdate(xAPName) As Date

This returns the date and time xAP Floorplan updated the device from the received xAP message.
x=GetLastUpdate("mmwave.lcdswitch.bedroom1:07")

GetLastChange

GetLastChange(xAPName) As Date

This returns the date and time xAP Floorplan updated the device from the received xAP BSC Event message.
x=GetLastChange("mmwave.lcdswitch.bedroom1:07")

GetValue

GetValue(xAPName) As String

GetDisplayValue

GetDisplayValue(xAPName) As String

SetDisplayValue

SetDisplayValue(xAPName, NewValue) As Boolean

SetDisplayText

SetDisplayText(xAPName, NewValue) As Boolean Use this to change the displayed text on the map. For example to change the colour of the display which in this example is a Temperature

DisplayString="<fontcolor=""red"">"&Temp&"</font>"
SetDisplayText ScriptExtras, DisplayString

Note the use of ScriptExtras which holds the xAPName of the device calling the script. This allows a single script or function to be used by many similar devices.

SetDisplayTooltip

SetDisplayTooltip(xAPName, NewValue) As Boolean


Sending

SendxAP

SendxAP(xBody, xClass, Optional xTarget) This sends an xAP message to a non BSC device.

body="display.text" & chr(10) & "{" & "line1=Lounge temp " & y & chr(10)& "duration=10" & chr(10)& "}" & chr(10) 
SendxAP body, "message.display",  "mmwave.lcdswitch.lounge1"

SendxPL

SendxPL(xBody, xClass, Optional xTarget) This sends an xPL message. Here a TTS message to all devices. Note that xPL messages should not have braces '{' and '}'.

	SendXPL "speech="&CurrMsg,"tts.basic", "*"

SendBSCState

SendBSCState(xTarget, NewState)

SendBSCLevel

SendBSCLevel(xTarget, NewLevel)

SendBSCText

SendBSCText(xTarget, NewText)

SendBSC

SendBSC(xTarget, NewState, NewLevel, NewText)


Timers

AddTimer

AddTimer(TimerName As String, TimerTime As Date, Script As String, Optional RawCode) As Boolean Here a timer is set to run 5 minutes from now and execute a script.

AddTimer "UFHPumpRun", DateAdd("n", 5, Now()), "UFHPumpRunOff"

You can check the timer is set by going to the 'Timers' tab.

DeleteTimer

DeleteTimer(TimerName As String) As Boolean Example

DeleteTimer ("UFHPumpRun")

EditTimer

EditTimer(TimerName As String, TimerTime As Date, Script As String, Optional RawCode) As Boolean

CheckTimer

CheckTimer(TimerName As String) As Variant

ScriptRun

ScriptRun(ScriptName)


Time

DawnTime

DawnTime() As String

DuskTime

DuskTime() As String

IsDay

IsDay() As Boolean

IsNight

IsNight() As Boolean

Database

ExecuteSQL

ExecuteSQL(SQL)

RunSQL

RunSQL(SQL) As Variant


Rooms

GetRoomMode

GetRoomMode(RoomName)

GetRoomState

GetRoomState(RoomName)

GetRoomOccupancy

GetRoomOccupancy(RoomName) As Boolean

SetRoomMode

SetRoomMode(RoomName, RoomMode As Integer) As Boolean

SetRoomOccupancy

SetRoomOccupancy(RoomName) As Boolean


Custom Page specific

GetLastEvents

GetLastEvents() As Variant

TitleStripGreen

TitleStripGreen(xTitle, xURL)

TitleStripBlue

TitleStripBlue(xTitle, xURL)


Other Functions

LogDebug

LogDebug(Message) When writing scripts it is often useful to see what is happening. This function lets you write messages that can then be viewed in the Floorplan web interface

LogDebug "This text will appear in the log"

The debug log is found in config pages of Floorplan under scripts/scripts debug or from this url /scriptsdebug.xsp

GetFromRaw

GetFromRaw(RawMessage, ItemToFind)