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Http push data help

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Hello again. I need help with http push data.

I have local server on 192.168.5.90, which show temperature. The page looks like that:

HT-4: [35.94] ° C HT-3: [36.00] ° C HT-2: [34.50] ° C HT-1: [27.87] ° C

I do not understand your manual: "Use the following URL to receive the HTTP requests of the webhook:

http: <probe_ip> : <port_number> / <token> ?value= <integer_or_float> &text= <text message>

Replace the parameters <probe_ip> , <port_number> , <token> , and <integer_or_float> with the corresponding values. The &text parameter is optional: You can omit it."

Can you please give me command for my example ? Thakyou

arduino example http-request server

Created on Jun 24, 2017 1:50:19 PM by  Svedr (100) 1 2



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Hello,

Thank you for your KB-post.

You can try using HTTP Content sensor where in the sensor settings you will use four channels for these four temperatures.

Best regards

Created on Jun 27, 2017 11:20:54 AM by  Isidora Jeremic [Paessler Support]



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