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    #16
    Here's the zip.

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      #17
      ?

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        #18
        It's ok Jim, you will figure out how to use these boards someday

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          #19
          I was first trying to post the zip during lunch at work and my boss came into talk to me and I guess I clicked on Post Now before adding attachment.

          On the second attempt, I clicked on the Post Attachment checkbox and then browsed to a CD-RW containing the zip and got a fatal error that caused WIN2K to reboot.

          So, here is my third try.

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            #20
            I am not familiar with ADO. I wish I was, though. Someday I will learn it. Anyone try MySQL or Postgre Sql yet?

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              #21
              I cannot get MySQL to work, anyone having any luck? It gives me a TCP/IP socket cannot be created error.

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                #22
                I can help with MySQL. Contact me via email and describe what the problem is.

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                  #23
                  <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Dale Higgs:
                  Here is the plugin. This will hold everyone over until HomeSeer integrates direct PHP support.
                  ...and here is an example for the PHP script:
                  <pre class="ip-ubbcode-code-pre">&lt;?
                  $myspk = "The current HomeSeer uptime is ".$hs-&gt;SystemUptime();
                  $hs-&gt;speak($myspk);
                  echo $myspk;
                  ?&gt;
                  </pre>
                  Best Regards,
                  &nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;&nbsp;Dale Higgs (Synthesize)

                  &nbsp;&nbsp;Website: http://www.synvb.com/ <HR></BLOCKQUOTE>
                  Dale -
                  Does your plugin removes the need to declare the COM object for HomeSeer in the php script?
                  <pre class="ip-ubbcode-code-pre">
                  $hs = new COM("HomeSeer.Application");
                  </pre>

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                    #24
                    Yes, it does.

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                      #25
                      I couldn't get your plugin to work Dale,

                      I got the following error:
                      Script error: Invalid procedure call or argument Response.Send hs.Plugin("PHPin").ExecPHP("index.php")

                      From the HomeSeer webserver. I created a file index.asp with your code in it. I also created a file called index.php with the PHP code in it, and stuck it in the same directory.

                      My HomeSeer is running on Port 82, because I have Apache/PHP/MySQL set up on Port 80.

                      Any help is welcomed.

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                        #26
                        I believe you have to use GetPlugin() outside of HomeSeer. I'll try it and let you know the results.

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                          #27
                          Oh, woops...I totally read that wrong. I will check up on this. This has nothing to do with GetPlugin, by the way. Thanks.

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                            #28
                            It seems that the only way I could duplicate that error was if I didn't have the plugin installed and added to the interfaces. You need to go to View&gt;Options&gt;"Interfaces" tab&gt;Plug-Ins and select PHPin in the drop down and then close the options dialog and restart HomeSeer. Let me know if this was your problem or not.

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