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Old October 18th, 2009, 01:41 PM
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The attached reenables the early debug. Can you enable debug, change your door position, and then post the segment of the log that shows this activity. Disable debug after then test. I do not have an HS2 running now to test myself.
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The attached reenables the early debug. Can you enable debug, change your door position, and then post the segment of the log that shows this activity. Disable debug after then test. I do not have an HS2 running now to test myself.
Below is the log entries between my closing the door which set the device value to 1 to it changing back to 0 again when the status value got updated. Which in this instance was only a matter of seconds !

19/10/2009 13:44:27 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, %12=17, Value=1
19/10/2009 13:44:27 mcsMovement Debug Value Change 1, Value Parm=1, CurrentValue=0
19/10/2009 13:44:27 mcsMovement Debug Status Change Event for %12 To 2, Ignore=True, offTime=0, onTime=0, status=3, changed=False, ValueEvent=True, HS2=True
19/10/2009 13:44:27 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, %12=1, Value=0
19/10/2009 13:44:27 mcsMovement Debug Value Change 1, Value Parm=0, CurrentValue=1
19/10/2009 13:44:27 mcsMovement Debug Status Change Event for %12 To 1, Ignore=False, offTime=0, onTime=0, status=3, changed=False, ValueEvent=True, HS2=True
19/10/2009 13:44:27 DI Debug Generic USB Joystick - Button 8 : 1
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Event Event Trigger "Inner Porch Door Sensor"
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Event Running script in background: RFXCOM_Input_Sensors.vb("Porch_Door_Sensor")
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Inner Porch Door Inner Porch Door Sensor Status = 1
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Inner Porch Door Front Door Last Changed = 19/10/2009 13:11:38
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Inner Porch Door Current Time = 19/10/2009 13:44:27
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Inner Porch Door Difference = 1969
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Inner Porch Door Sunset Status = 0
19/10/2009 13:44:27 Porch Door Sensor Porch Door Closed
19/10/2009 13:44:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4866685
19/10/2009 13:44:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4866685, Value=4866677
19/10/2009 13:44:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=8205
19/10/2009 13:44:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=8205, Value=8197
19/10/2009 13:44:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=2267
19/10/2009 13:44:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=2267, Value=2299
19/10/2009 13:44:35 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4866689
19/10/2009 13:44:35 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4866689, Value=4866685
19/10/2009 13:44:35 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=8209
19/10/2009 13:44:35 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=8209, Value=8205
19/10/2009 13:44:35 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=2299
19/10/2009 13:44:35 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=2299, Value=2267
19/10/2009 13:44:38 mcsMovement Debug Area Device V3 to status=ON, DeviceStatus=2, DeviceOnEventTime=19/10/2009 13:44:22, DeviceMaxOnTime=0
19/10/2009 13:44:38 mcsMovement Debug V3 DeviceStatus (prior, current, new)=2,2,2, hs Status=2, LastChange=19/10/2009 13:11:48, hsLast=19/10/2009 13:11:48,EventType=0
19/10/2009 13:44:41 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4866693
19/10/2009 13:44:41 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4866693, Value=4866689
19/10/2009 13:44:41 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=8213
19/10/2009 13:44:41 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=8213, Value=8209
19/10/2009 13:44:41 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=2267
19/10/2009 13:44:41 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=2267, Value=2299
19/10/2009 13:44:42 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, [11=17, Value=32
19/10/2009 13:44:42 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, [11=32, Value=33
19/10/2009 13:44:42 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, [12=17, Value=35
19/10/2009 13:44:42 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, [12=35, Value=36
19/10/2009 13:44:42 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, [16=17, Value=4085
19/10/2009 13:44:42 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, [16=4085, Value=4075
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Old October 19th, 2009, 01:10 PM
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it appears that it resets the device value back to zero at the same time as the 2 lines below appear in the log :

19/10/2009 13:44:38 mcsMovement Debug Area Device V3 to status=ON, DeviceStatus=2, DeviceOnEventTime=19/10/2009 13:44:22, DeviceMaxOnTime=0
19/10/2009 13:44:38 mcsMovement Debug V3 DeviceStatus (prior, current, new)=2,2,2, hs Status=2, LastChange=19/10/2009 13:11:48, hsLast=19/10/2009 13:11:48,EventType=0
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This part of the processing was handled as exoected as it looks as if the prior value was 1 and the current value is 1 so no value change was detected. If you provide a full transaction where the door goes between both states then I should be able to figure out how to accomodate for HS2. I need to understand why the Value is retained as 1 when the door is in the off state.
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I thought that I would start from scratch with the mcsMOvements plugin and see if the problem remains, so I disabled mcsMovements and removed the dll and accompanying files and folders. Restarted HS and then ran the install from the updater again, shut down HS copied in the new dll from the above post, restarted HS and enabled the plugin.

However the log shows that mcsMovement plugin is found and the Setup->Interfaces shows the plugin as installed and enabled but I'm not getting the mcsMovement menu on the HS GUI.

21/10/2009 20:15:40 - Plug-In - Found plug-in: mcsMovement, version: 1.14.0.2

What have I done !?
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Old October 24th, 2009, 08:26 AM
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I thought that I would start from scratch with the mcsMOvements plugin and see if the problem remains, so I disabled mcsMovements and removed the dll and accompanying files and folders. Restarted HS and then ran the install from the updater again, shut down HS copied in the new dll from the above post, restarted HS and enabled the plugin.

However the log shows that mcsMovement plugin is found and the Setup->Interfaces shows the plugin as installed and enabled but I'm not getting the mcsMovement menu on the HS GUI.

21/10/2009 20:15:40 - Plug-In - Found plug-in: mcsMovement, version: 1.14.0.2

What have I done !?
Anyone any ideas how I can resolve whatever it is that I've done ?
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Old October 24th, 2009, 11:40 AM
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Look in your Config\mcsMovement.ini file for a key setting of "InMenu". In should be in the [Movement] section. It should be set to 1 such as InMenu=1
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Look in your Config\mcsMovement.ini file for a key setting of "InMenu". In should be in the [Movement] section. It should be set to 1 such as InMenu=1
That got the menu back

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Old October 24th, 2009, 01:16 PM
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This part of the processing was handled as exoected as it looks as if the prior value was 1 and the current value is 1 so no value change was detected. If you provide a full transaction where the door goes between both states then I should be able to figure out how to accomodate for HS2. I need to understand why the Value is retained as 1 when the door is in the off state.
What happens with the sensors on the door is when open the sensor is Off and value of 0 when the door is closed it goes to On and value of 1.
However what I am seeing is that when the door is closed the status changes correctly from 0 to 1 however if I have the 'Update Device String' enabled the status is set back to 0 after a short while which I beleive to be when the Device String is actually updated by the plugin.

In the log entry below the door is already open and I close the door at 17:57:14 and sometime between 17:57:40 and 17:57:47 the value is changed back to 0, however there is no entry in the log when this happens.

24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, %12=3, Value=1
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change Event for %12 To 3, Ignore=True, offTime=0, onTime=0, status=3, changed=True, ValueEvent=True, HS2=True
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, %12=1, Value=0
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Value Change 1, Value Parm=0, CurrentValue=0
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change Event for %12 To 2, Ignore=False, offTime=0, onTime=0, status=3, changed=True, ValueEvent=True, HS2=True
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug %12 DeviceStatus (prior, current, new)=2,3,2, hs Status=3, LastChange=24/10/2009 17:56:44, hsLast=24/10/2009 17:57:14,EventType=1024
24/10/2009 17:57:14 DI Debug Generic USB Joystick - Button 8 : 1
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Event Event Trigger "Inner Porch Door Sensor"
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Event Running script in background: RFXCOM_Input_Sensors.vb("Porch_Door_Sensor")
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Inner Porch Door Inner Porch Door Sensor Status Value = 1
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Inner Porch Door Front Door Last Changed = 24/10/2009 17:44:07
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Inner Porch Door Current Time = 24/10/2009 17:57:14
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Inner Porch Door Difference = 787
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Inner Porch Door Sunset Status = 100
24/10/2009 17:57:14 Inner Porch Door Sensor Inner Porch Door Closed
24/10/2009 17:57:16 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4948928
24/10/2009 17:57:16 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4948928, Value=4948918
24/10/2009 17:57:16 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=13493
24/10/2009 17:57:16 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=13493, Value=13483
24/10/2009 17:57:16 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=3035
24/10/2009 17:57:16 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=3035, Value=3067
24/10/2009 17:57:20 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z42=17, Value=43
24/10/2009 17:57:20 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z42=43, Value=44
24/10/2009 17:57:21 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z43=17, Value=127
24/10/2009 17:57:21 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z43=127, Value=125
24/10/2009 17:57:21 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z44=17, Value=710
24/10/2009 17:57:21 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z44=710, Value=714
24/10/2009 17:57:21 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z45=17, Value=132
24/10/2009 17:57:21 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z45=132, Value=130
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z46=17, Value=89
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z46=89, Value=92
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z47=17, Value=252
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z47=252, Value=251
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4948933
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4948933, Value=4948928
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=13498
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=13498, Value=13493
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=3067
24/10/2009 17:57:22 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=3067, Value=3035
24/10/2009 17:57:28 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4948938
24/10/2009 17:57:28 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4948938, Value=4948933
24/10/2009 17:57:28 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=13503
24/10/2009 17:57:28 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=13503, Value=13498
24/10/2009 17:57:28 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=3019
24/10/2009 17:57:28 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=3019, Value=3067
24/10/2009 17:57:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z20=17, Value=45
24/10/2009 17:57:29 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z20=45, Value=44
24/10/2009 17:57:34 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4948943
24/10/2009 17:57:34 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4948943, Value=4948938
24/10/2009 17:57:34 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=13508
24/10/2009 17:57:34 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=13508, Value=13503
24/10/2009 17:57:34 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=2987
24/10/2009 17:57:34 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=2987, Value=3019
24/10/2009 17:57:40 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4948948
24/10/2009 17:57:40 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4948948, Value=4948943
24/10/2009 17:57:40 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=13513
24/10/2009 17:57:40 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=13513, Value=13508
24/10/2009 17:57:40 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=3035
24/10/2009 17:57:40 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=3035, Value=2987
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, Z40=17, Value=24
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, Z40=24, Value=28
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, [11=17, Value=38
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, [11=38, Value=39
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, [12=17, Value=42
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, [12=42, Value=45
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, [16=17, Value=5433
24/10/2009 17:57:47 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, [16=5433, Value=5416
24/10/2009 17:57:52 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #8=17, Value=4948958
24/10/2009 17:57:52 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #8=4948958, Value=4948948
24/10/2009 17:57:52 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, ^2=17, Value=13523
24/10/2009 17:57:52 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, ^2=13523, Value=13513
24/10/2009 17:57:52 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, #9=17, Value=3003
24/10/2009 17:57:52 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, #9=3003, Value=3035
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Old October 24th, 2009, 08:18 PM
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The place where mcsMovement changes its internal status is the procedure that has the debug output containg "(prior, current, new)". It looks to me as you provided the same door motion transition that you provided earlier where the DeviceValue goes from 0 to 1 and this results in mcsMovement changing its internal status to ON. In this sequence the internal status shows in the debug as being ON.

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24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 4, %12=3, Value=1 – HS giving DeviceStatus = OFF change
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change Event for %12 To 3, Ignore=True, offTime=0, onTime=0, status=3, changed=True, ValueEvent=True, HS2=True – mcsMovement ignores because status change and not value change event
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change 1024, %12=1, Value=0 – HS giving DeviceValue = 1 (from 0) chg
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Value Change 1, Value Parm=0, CurrentValue=0 mcsMovement agrees 0 to 1 chg
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug Status Change Event for %12 To 2, Ignore=False, offTime=0, onTime=0, status=3, changed=True, ValueEvent=True, HS2=True – mcsMovement New Status = 2, Prior Status = 3
24/10/2009 17:57:14 mcsMovement Debug %12 DeviceStatus (prior, current, new)=2,3,2, hs Status=3, LastChange=24/10/2009 17:56:44, hsLast=24/10/2009 17:57:14,EventType=1024 – mcsMovement record change from OFF to ON (3 to 2)
Each minute mcsMovement will look at this internal status and format the DeviceString. In this case the "Now Closed" is what is expected. It also update the DeviceString in response to an event that changes the ON/OFF internal status.

The other ways that the internal status is changed is during intialization where it looks at the HS state and replicates it.

You indicated the value changed to 0 between 17:57:40 and 17:57:47. What are you looking at that you are calling a "value"? The HS display will be the DeviceString which should reflect the mcsMovement internal status property for the device. The HS DeviceValue is not normally visible unless there are special browser pages developed. The plugin that produces %12 may show it in one of its status displays, but only when HS is updated will it reflect in HS/mcsMovement.

The debug code produces output on events. Since you only provided one transition in the debug it is not possible to know what the state really was at the end of this event. It will only show in the log at the start of the next event.
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Old October 25th, 2009, 05:07 AM
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You indicated the value changed to 0 between 17:57:40 and 17:57:47. What are you looking at that you are calling a "value"? The HS display will be the DeviceString which should reflect the mcsMovement internal status property for the device. The HS DeviceValue is not normally visible unless there are special browser pages developed. The plugin that produces %12 may show it in one of its status displays, but only when HS is updated will it reflect in HS/mcsMovement.

The debug code produces output on events. Since you only provided one transition in the debug it is not possible to know what the state really was at the end of this event. It will only show in the log at the start of the next event.
To determine the current Device Value I had added the Device Value to a screen in HSTouch so that I could see the actual value live as it changes. I've now determined by adding a reoccuring event every second to log the device value of the door that the value is not actualy changing to a 0 when it shouldn't, however in HSTouch it shows that it has changed back to a 0 when mcsMovements is set to update device status. I'm not particularly worried about this though as I wouldn't normally show a device value in HSTouch anyway.

So the initial problem which caused me to look at the device value was the device string not showing correctly the status and time, however I've now changed the Value Change Triggering to Value Change Event and it appears to be working.

Thanks for you time and input, hopefully I shouldn't need to trouble you again.

And thanks for a great plugin.

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Old October 25th, 2009, 12:16 PM
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It would seem that HST should be made aware that by writing something to DeviceString the DeviceValue is changed.
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Question Error

I've installed mcsMovement and this is all I get

Script error: Type mismatch: 'CustomHeader'

response.write CustomHeader(Array(fs4.Value, "", gBackgroundColor, "", gStyleSheet))
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Old November 14th, 2009, 12:56 PM
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The Includes package used to be in the Updater, but no longer is. I posted the set of files included in this package as a zip at the top of this subforum. When they are unzipped you will want to assure they are in the path such as Homseerxxx\HTML\Includes\CustomerHeader.asp where Homeseerxxx is where Homeseer is installed.
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I had the same error as Charles. I Moved the Includes folder as you note above but have the following error now.

Script error: Type mismatch: 'pagerefr' XAxisDivisions = Int(TotalTime + 6) / 12 XAxisIncrement = 1
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Can you describe what you did to generate this error? Have you gone through the setup form and selected some devices to be managed? Do you have a group defined for display?
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I installed the add in via the HS updater. When i hit the mcsMovement icon it gave me the error noted in a couple post above. Reading your post I then moved the files from the Includes zip file into the appropriate directory. I then hit the mcsMovement icon and the last error noted above appeared.

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Old December 17th, 2009, 11:05 AM
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Do you have the Windows Scripting Host V5.6 or later installed? It used to be part of the OS, but on later OS's it is often a separate download. It may be the same issue you are having with xapmcsRF.
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Hey Michael, I'm just testing out your program today using the latest HS Pro 2.4.0.11 and, from what I can tell, your latest script 1.14.0.1. I'm running Windows 7 and have scripting engine 5.8.

I installed from Updater and then upgraded by placing the new ocx file in the HS program's folder.

When HS starts I do get the mcsMovement menu item on the log screen but clicking on ANY item produces nothing. Whether I click setup, help, display, or group I get nothing: no popup, no error, nothing.

I have checked HS' logs but there is nothing in there. I have checked windows logs and there are no application errors.

Any idea?

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Was this solved?
New Win7 Pro system, latest HS stable version, installed mcsMovement but no way to access the set-up screens.
As mentioned in the above post, nothing happens when selecting any item, have checked screens are not hidden behind other screens.
In the original posts, way back when, it mentions the source code is availabe as well but that does not seem to be downloaded. Is the source still available?
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