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#45

I already posted about that error here: Error in Logs on Tile Piston

It didn’t seem to cause any issues though.


#46

Yeah, but it is causing issues, as I mentioned. It keeps on turning on my lights every 10 mins.


#47

Post the green screenshot and logs so I can check. That error isn’t the cause of your lights turning on.


#48

Thanks! Here is the snapshot. I’ll send the logs when they propagate. I had to turn the piston off, because it was turning on my balcony lights.


#49

Are you clicking on the tiles by chance in your browser?

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This is the only coding that toggles the lights when the tiles are clicked on (phone or computer). If you are trying to open the piston, make sure you are holding the CTRL key down then click on the tile to open the piston. You could try removing that section out also to see if that fixes it.


#50

no, not clicking in the browser. Browser has been closed and it’s occurring. Although, it has not happened yet since I resumed that piston.


#51

It just happened again, and the ST app says “Light tiles send the on command to balcony lights”.

Very strange. Obviously “Light Tiles” is the name of this piston.

I noticed when I went out of the garage that the balcony light was on. I have another webcore piston that turns on a light when the garage door is open and off when it shuts. But the balcony lights tile is turning the light on and off when the garage opens and closes. It’s not the other webcore piston. I checked the logs in my ST app, and it is definitely the light tiles piston.

Could your coding have used a global variable that it should not have?? My other webcore piston is rather basic, cause I’m not a coder. The backup code is etbk7


#52

Remove the tilePressDeviceID off to see if that fixes it. There’s no global variable being used that would effect this piston so I’m not sure what the root cause is. Do you have the logs still?


#53

Here is the log. I’ve bolded (what I think) is the problem. The execute command in line 31 of the piston is not limited to the bulbs in this piston, but is turning on that balcony lights (the first in my list), when a another bulb is sent the turn on command because the garage door is open.

Received event [TV Light].level = 80 with a delay of 142ms
+737ms ║RunTime Analysis CS > 59ms > PS > 473ms > PE > 205ms > CE
+747ms ║Piston waited at a semaphore for 321ms
+750ms ║Runtime (55625 bytes) successfully initialized in 473ms (v0.2.0fb.20171026) (748ms)
+752ms ║╔Execution stage started
+767ms ║║Cancelling statement #91’s schedules…
+781ms ║║Calculating (string) off == (string) on >> (boolean) false
+788ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (3ms)
+811ms ║║Calculating (integer) 9 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 10
+818ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (4ms)
+826ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (4ms)
+836ms ║║Calculating (integer) 10 - (integer) 1 >> (integer) 9
+843ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (3ms)
+858ms ║║Calculating (integer) 10 - (integer) 1 >> (integer) 9
+868ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (7ms)
+877ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (6ms)
+907ms ║║Calculating (string) 80 + (string) % >> (string) 80%
+915ms ║║Calculating (string) 80% + (string) 2703 >> (string) 80% 2703
+920ms ║║Calculating (string) 80% 2703 + (string) K >> (string) 80% 2703K
+926ms ║║Calculating (string) 80 + (string) % >> (string) 80%
+932ms ║║Calculating (integer) 2703 > (integer) 0 >> (boolean) true
+950ms ║║Calculating (enum) off == (enum) on >> (boolean) false
+961ms ║║Executed virtual command setTile (1ms)
+965ms ║║Cancelling statement #226’s schedules…
+971ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (3ms)
+993ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+999ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+1003ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (1ms)
+1191ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+1197ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+1200ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (0ms)
+1221ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+1229ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+1234ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (1ms)
+1262ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+1269ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+1274ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (1ms)
+1298ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+1304ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+1307ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (0ms)
+1311ms ║║Cancelling statement #206’s schedules…
+1324ms ║║Calculating (decimal) 80.0 - (decimal) 1.0 >> (decimal) 79.0
+1498ms ║║An error occurred while executing the event: java.lang.NullPointerException: Cannot invoke method hasCommand() on null object
+1501ms ║╚Execution stage complete. (750ms)
+1503ms ║Setting up scheduled job for Fri, Nov 3 2017 @ 10:07:04 PM AEDT (in 108.101s)
+1520ms ╚Event processed successfully (1520ms)


#54

Do you have full logs, nothing is showing to be executing a command to turn on or off any lights on those logs above.


#55

Here’s an example of lights being turned on from a piston so you know what to look for:
+704ms ║║Executed physical command [Hallway Switch].on() (18ms)


#56

I updated the temperature tiles to add an option for Celsius and add Humidity on the 3rd post above if anyone is interested. The humidity only shows if the device supports it, otherwise it’ll only display the temperature.


#57

bfara83- I’m not seeing the tiles. I have my Categories set to tiles/details. Please assist. Thanks.


#58

When you first setup a new piston, it’ll default to the first category that you have setup on the top. Make sure the first category is setup to tiles/details and then you can move the category that you want to move it to once you open it.

If you still can’t find it, log into your Smartthings hub site that you did to install WebCore then do the following:

  1. Goto My Locations on top-left side

  2. Click on smartapps under Installed SmartApps section

  3. Look for the name of the WebCore Instance you installed this piston on then click on the name that you gave the piston that you installed from the device tiles above. Below is an example of what mine looks like:

  4. This will show if it saved correctly. If you click on it and look for category, you’ll see the number of the category. For example for me it shows 4 on an example that I selected so it’ll be the 4th category from the top.
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If you aren’t finding it at all, try creating it again using the code using the “Restore a piston using a backup code” option.


#59

It only happens when I open my garage door, which has a piston which turns lights red if garage door is opened. That piston has no reference to the balcony lights, at all.

Here are the logs for the light turning on (for this piston). Fish tank light is the light that turns on whenever the garage door opens.

06/11/2017, 13:37:47 +19ms
+1ms ╔Received event [Fish Tank Light].level = 1 with a delay of 107ms
+190ms ║RunTime Analysis CS > 21ms > PS > 40ms > PE > 129ms > CE
+200ms ║Runtime (55563 bytes) successfully initialized in 40ms (v0.2.0fd.20171105) (198ms)
+201ms ║╔Execution stage started
+214ms ║║Cancelling statement #91’s schedules…
+225ms ║║Calculating (string) off == (string) on >> (boolean) false
+230ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (2ms)
+243ms ║║Calculating (integer) 2 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 3
+248ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (3ms)
+253ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (3ms)
+260ms ║║Calculating (integer) 3 - (integer) 1 >> (integer) 2
+266ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (3ms)
+276ms ║║Calculating (integer) 3 - (integer) 1 >> (integer) 2
+280ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (2ms)
+286ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (3ms)
+306ms ║║Calculating (string) 1 + (string) % >> (string) 1%
+312ms ║║Calculating (string) 1% + (string) 2703 >> (string) 1% 2703
+315ms ║║Calculating (string) 1% 2703 + (string) K >> (string) 1% 2703K
+319ms ║║Calculating (string) 1 + (string) % >> (string) 1%
+324ms ║║Calculating (integer) 2703 > (integer) 0 >> (boolean) true
+336ms ║║Calculating (enum) off == (enum) on >> (boolean) false
+345ms ║║Executed virtual command setTile (1ms)
+347ms ║║Cancelling statement #226’s schedules…
+352ms ║║Executed virtual command setVariable (2ms)
+370ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+375ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+378ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (0ms)
+400ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+404ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+407ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (0ms)
+425ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+429ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+432ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (1ms)
+449ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+454ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+457ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (1ms)
+474ms ║║Calculating (integer) 11 + (integer) 1 >> (integer) 12
+478ms ║║Cancelling statement #229’s schedules…
+481ms ║║Executed virtual command clearTile (0ms)
+485ms ║║Cancelling statement #206’s schedules…
+495ms ║║Calculating (decimal) 1.0 - (decimal) 1.0 >> (decimal) 0.0
+571ms ║║Executed physical command [Balcony Lights].on() (70ms)
+572ms ║║Executed virtual command [Balcony Lights].toggle (74ms)
+576ms ║╚Execution stage complete. (375ms)
+578ms ║Setting up scheduled job for Mon, Nov 6 2017 @ 1:38:52 PM AEDT (in 64.732s)
+591ms ╚Event processed successfully (591ms)


#60

Are you using switches along with bulbs? I have 2 piston tiles to separate switches and bulbs, please keep them separate since the bulb tile piston is not designed for wall switches. Another thing, remove the tilePressDeviceID section off since that is causing the bulbs to toggle on the logs you provided. I’m not sure why it’s toggling exactly but it looked like you had wall switches and bulbs mixed on this piston from the screenshot you posted above which might cause it:


#61

Thanks. I removed the bulbs from that piston, and it’s stopped the problems.

Which section do you mean to remove when you say remove tilePressDeviceID.

Are you talking about the define variable section, or the line 54 and ff section?


#62

Remove this section:

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Also wanted to check, do you have wall switches on this piston too? I have a Light Switch device tile specifically for wall switches. I didn’t create the bulb piston to work with wall switches, it’s designed for smart bulbs only so it could cause odd behavior if you mix the two.


#63

Yes, the problem was that I had put bulb and switches on the same piston. I didnt realise that it was incompatible. Thanks for helping sort it out. I’ve since imported the light switch tile and got it working, and removed the switches from the bulb piston. Thanks for helping me out!

I have not, as yet, removed the tilepressDeviceID lines because it seems to be working. I will, if there continues to be problems.


#64

All is working. Thanks for sharing your code.