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    script to run schedule in time commander

    hi, i would like simply to send a script to my jds time commander plus from a hs event to start a schedule already in the jds memory (winevm)
    thank you

    #2
    It looks like this is possible. According to the help file for the plugin, there is a script command to start a schedule:
    Public Sub StartSchedule()
    However, my scripting skills are very weak, so I can't help with creating the script.
    I'm sure another can chime in with the details on how to call this from a script.
    Mark

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      #3
      Originally posted by Mark S. View Post
      It looks like this is possible. According to the help file for the plugin, there is a script command to start a schedule:
      Public Sub StartSchedule()
      However, my scripting skills are very weak, so I can't help with creating the script.
      I'm sure another can chime in with the details on how to call this from a script.
      Thank you Mark
      you mean only the name of the schedule between parenthesis or all the script in winemv ?

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        #4
        I have not used that script command, but my understanding is that it would only start the schedule that is already loaded. (There is a corresponding halt command as well.) Is that what you want to do?

        I do not believe there is any way to have HS send a command directly to WinEVM, and as far as I know, the downloading of a schedule from WinEVM is initiated and controlled by WinEVM, not the box itself.
        Mike____________________________________________________________ __________________
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          #5
          Originally posted by Uncle Michael View Post
          I have not used that script command, but my understanding is that it would only start the schedule that is already loaded. (There is a corresponding halt command as well.) Is that what you want to do?

          I do not believe there is any way to have HS send a command directly to WinEVM, and as far as I know, the downloading of a schedule from WinEVM is initiated and controlled by WinEVM, not the box itself.

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            #6
            Eric,

            The schedule in your time commander should be already running, I guess what you want to trigger is an event of this schedule.

            The best way would be to change a variable value with HomeSeer, and have an event in your schedule that would react to that change.

            There are very few users of Stargate/Time commander in France, send me a private mail if you want any help (in french)
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