Ok, so – we’ve just gotten this all set up, and have CoRE running several pistons, and all is fantastic, with one exception. There are two of us, and both of us want to have access to the same CoRE, but whenever I try to add a piston, “You are not authorized to perform the requested operation” comes up, and I’m not able to create my own stuff. I’ve tried restarting the app, my phone, logging out and back in, uninstalling and reinstalling the app, and resetting the security tokens, but
I’m still unable to add anything (I can, however, edit previously existing pistons).
That’s how I’ve been getting in - in fact since he published CoRE it doesn’t even show up on MyApps in the marketplace. I can only see it in the Automation > SmartApps menu. I just can’t add any pistons.
This worked for the first text that I sent but not for the subsequent texts. When I check the IFTTT recipe log it is giving me a Maker Action Error. I set it up exactly as shown and like I said it did work the first time. Any ideas why it wouldn’t work after that?
It works when I put it in a browser but it uses the same text that I first sent to test it. And it says it over and over for about 3 times. Now I just sent another text with something different in it and it did work but again it keeps repeating.
And in the IFTTT log it says Maker Action Error and then Action Error Skipped and then it fired.
My guess is that the first IF is True so it sends the notification and then the OR IF is true after 6 minutes so it then sends a notification as well. Maybe it takes over a minute to do the first part and so it makes the OR IF true also.
The Bloomsky lux only updates every 5 minutes, so it’s unlikely that it would fluctuate like that. Especially since both notifications come within a minute of each other. It’s like the state change on the garage door contact sensor somehow cause the second notification. I’ve enabled the piston state change restriction for the actions. Thanks for the tip!