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  • electron
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    That's probably the easiest way then, thanks for the tip!

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  • stevene
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    Dan,

    I had the same problem, I execute a couple of events from batch
    files. The simplest solution I came up with is to create a basic
    event to call from the hsc.exe. That event calls the event I really
    want to execute. The 1st event has the "all conditions must be true"
    set.

    StevenE.

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  • electron
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    Joe, I agree, I don't see what else I can do without spending a lot of time.

    Rupp, I have my DVR execute some homeseer commands, which is on a different machine.

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  • jhisr
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    Dan,

    I believe when you send a command via hsc.exe to execute an event, it acts the same as manually clicking on the event itself from the GUI. When you manually execute an event from the GUI, the trigger conditions are ignored because you forced the trigger yourself.

    I would think you may need to write a script and have hsc.exe run that script, which would check the conditions and then decide if the event in question should be fired.

    At least I think that’s the way it works….

    Joe
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  • Rupp
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    Why hs.exe and not HomeSeer itself? HomeSeer obviously sees the event. Are you running hs.exe on a different computer?

    -Rupp

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  • electron
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    hsc.exe

    Is there a way for hsc.exe to respect the conditions of an event (when set) when executing an event? I want to one of my events only to be triggered when conditions have been met, but if I execute it with hsc.exe, it executes it no matter what (which is a problem for me right now). Am I missing a flag, or should I write something myself? Thanks

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