This new blockchain logger in the forum is immutable which is pretty cool but no graphing capability, wondering is there is a way to combine both
Check to make sure you location has the time zone set.
If that’s not the problem then it could be an issue with the sheet so you might want to start from scratch and see if that solves it.
That leads me to believe that your timezone isn’t properly set in the location settings of the SmartThings IDE.
Where’s that? Is it like Simple Event Logger?
Hi, I have this app working and thanks so much for your hard work.
I’d like to log all variables from my thermostats, especially ongoing temps, humidity, outdoor temperatures, etc.
For some reason I am only getting entries in my spreadsheet when I manually change something, like the setpoints on the thermostats.
Is there any way to make this app log all the variables, every x minutes.
I’m trying to graph out the effectiveness of my zoned HVAC system based on external temps and zone settings.
I have all 3 thermostats selected in sensors and all events selected, nothing excluded.
It is in: https://github.com/Xooa/samples/tree/master/smartthings
It is too a logger like Simple Event Logger and both log into free cloud backends. The main difference is the logging back-end (Google Sheets vs Blockchain one is immutable the other isn’t, one can graph the other can’t). Another nice thing with the blockchain logger is the companion viewer smartapp, that reads from the logging backend from within ST mobile app, and ease of navigation from device latest state into it’s event history.
What is the field
Available Log Space…
Mine says - 59.22%. ?
I installed this the other day, and it apparently works, but the times indicate huge pauses. How would I fix this?
The SmartApp logs all events regardless of the interval settings so check the device’s event history to see if it’s actually reporting any events during those gaps.
Google Sheets has a maximum size so that shows how much space is left, but I recommend turning on the archiving option because once you reach about 60% the sheets usually become unresponsive while trying to work with them in Google Sheets and the SmartApp often times out because Google takes longer than 20 seconds to log the data.
Ok…while I’m doing that, what’s the green selection box in Google Sheets? Did I accidentally select something? I can’t make it go away.
@krlaframboise big thanks for all the stuff you do around here, I’ve tried out many of your contributions and find them very helpful. I had to stop using the Simple Event Logger in the Summer, because it didn’t seem to play well with Google Advanced Proetection.
This is a new security setting everyone can add to their account which requires the use of two security keyfob tokens, and restrictions from certain risky plugins/etc. Unfortunately, the way the settings were set, it classified yours as risky, citing the entire drive as being available for use.
Have you or anyone else seen this error message and been able to work around it? Any help appreciated. I’ll try to paste the exact details here tomorrow but for now I’ve pasted the exact details as it pertains to another service I’m using. The error info is the same (URL different).
Error page displays as follows:
I haven’t seen that before…
Yeah, I’ve noticed Google are getting better at making it easy to understand the real vulnerability that some type of non standard access poses to an account. While I have no reason not to trust, and of course I absolutely LOVE the logger you’ve created for SmartThings… it might be worth considering if the permissions could be trimmed back to only what is needed (for instance, maybe only files within google drive that were CREATED by the logger, rather than all files within your drive, etc.)
Probably low priority, but it would cause me not to use this in my usual google account, which can be a hassle at times, and in general if possible trimming permissions back would pose less threat to the community if anything untoward ever did happen.
See screenshot for details (attached).