I created a Rule using Smartthings CLI.
My Smartthings CLI is configured with config.yaml with a token which is created at https://account.smartthings.com/tokens
The Rule works well in my Location.
The problem is…
When I use SmartThings Rules Manager at https://smartthings-rules-manager.glitch.me/
The rule, which works well, is not visible at all by clicking “List Rules”.
Also, when I create a rule in SmartThings Rules Manager at https://smartthings-rules-manager.glitch.me/
The rule is not visible in Smartthings CLI.
ST CLI is downloaded from here. v0.0.0-pre.18
I installed to the Ubuntu 20.04 Server x64 version. It has been working well.
SmartThings Rules Manager is a glitch app provided by SmartThings Github.
Rules-API-Hub/Sample Rules Apps/smartthings-rules-manager.glitch.me at master · SmartThingsCommunity/Rules-API-Hub (github.com)
ST CLI Token which is manually created from https://account.smartthings.com/tokens is granted with ALL permissions that are checkable from the token generation site. It is connected with Smartthings CLI executable using config.yaml file.
Rules Manager Token is automatically created when I logged in to that glitch app webpage with my Samsung account.
Both tokens are created with the same Samsung Account (which is my Samsung Account)
Here is what I tried for the workaround.
In the SmartThings Rules Manager at https://smartthings-rules-manager.glitch.me/
I could see the Bearer Token, which is automatically generated after logging in with the Samsung Account.
So, I copied that Bearer Token, and pasted in the config.yaml of the SmartThings CLI.
Then the Rules are visible in both CLI and Smartthings Rules Manager glitch.
Here is the problem.
Why are Rules, of the same location, not visible to each other when using different Bearer Token?
It needs to be fixed.