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Posted: January 07 2015 at 07:44 | IP Logged Quote GadgetGuy

Dave -

This morning, for some reason, I started getting a Trigger on my URLScraper1 plugin, but not sure what is in the various TEMPS passed back by the error.

Could you define the content definitions so I can debug what is happening?


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Posted: January 07 2015 at 17:59 | IP Logged Quote dhoward

Ken,

Scoured the source code and compiled the data below:

For URLSCRAPE1 errors, the variables of interest are:

TEMP1 = Trigger ID
TEMP2 = 0
TEMP3 = Error number
TEMP4 = scrape count that caused error
TEMP5 = blank
TEMP6 = Trigger type (27 for plugins)
TEMP7 = ID of plugin
TEMP8 = 256 (Error)
TEMP9 = Trigger number
TEMP10 = Scrape URL

TEMP3 error numbers:
1 = Error occurred while initializing the socket to retrieve URL
2 = Error occurred while attempting to connect to URL
3 = Timeout while connecting to URL
4 = Error sending request to URL
5 = Timeout waiting for data to return from URL
6 = No matches found for regex
7 = No snaps returned from regex
8 = Error parsing returned HTML header
9 = Server error returning HTML
10 = General runtime error occurred while performing regex search

So TEMP3 is error number 6 which shows that not an error per se but that no matches were found for your regex expression. With a TEMP4 value of 1 and a TEMP9 value of 1, that means the particular regex expression that did not find a match is the one under [URL_1_1].

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Posted: January 08 2015 at 17:54 | IP Logged Quote GadgetGuy

Thanks Dave - that was a big help. Discovered my Alarm System had an error condition and that resulted in an extra space in the searched string that I had not planned on.

Easy fix, once discovered, to rework the scraper formula.

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