odoo14-addon-iot-input-oca
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odoo14-addon-iot-input-oca

odoo14-addon-iot-input-oca

Internet of Things (IoT)

by OCA

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IoT Input

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This addon allows to use a device in order to input data to odoo automatically.

It opens a URL that a device can use to connect (with a password) that can only execute an specific action.

Inputs are useful when a device wants to communicate to odoo for a single and simple action. This way, the device does not need to be configured with a odoo user and password, it is handled by odoo devices.

Examples:

  • Sending the temperature every three minutes.
  • Sending the RFID that the device has received in order to perform some action

Table of contents

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Usage

There are two endpoints you can use: Endpoint 1: /iot//action

Takes application/x-www-form-urlencoded parameters: passphase, value (where value is a JSON object)

  1. Create a Device on IoT > Config Devices
  2. Access the Inputs section of the device
  3. Create an input. You must define a serial, passphrase, function and model

The function that the system will call must be of the following kind::

@api.model
    def call_function(self, key):
    return {}

Where key is the input string send by the device and the result must be a dictionary that will be responded to the device as a JSON.

Endpoint 2: /iot/<device_identification>/multi_input It can be used to send values with multiple data in one POST request such as:

  • Values for inputs of the same device with different address (multi input)
  • Values for inputs of the same device with same address, different values (multi event)
  • Mix of the above (multi input, multi event)

Takes application/x-www-form-urlencoded parameters: passphase, values (a JSON array of JSON objects)

It is called using device_identification and passing two POST parameters: device passphrase and a JSON string containing an array of values for input

  • The value for the address key can be a string or a numeric (to conserve bytes in memory restricted devices when creating the JSON object) and is converted to string when parsing.
  • The value for the value key can either be string, number or boolean according to JSON specs. You can see an example of a valid JSON input object in the examples folder, using a few combinations.

It requires the function that the system will call must be of the following kind::

@api.model
    def call_function(self, key):
    'do something
    if err:
        return {'status': 'error', 'message': 'The error message you want to send to the device'}
    return {'status': 'ok', 'message': 'Optional success message'}

Where key is a dict send by the device having at least value for keys: 'address', 'value'

The function must always return a JSON with status and message. If value contains a value with 'uuid' as key, it is returned along with the object for the IoT device to identify success/failure per record.

It has full error reporting and the return value is a JSON array of dicts containing at least status and message. Error message respose is at some points generic, though extended logging is done in Odoo server logs.

Bug Tracker

Bugs are tracked on GitHub Issues <https://github.com/OCA/iot/issues>. In case of trouble, please check there if your issue has already been reported. If you spotted it first, help us smashing it by providing a detailed and welcomed feedback <https://github.com/OCA/iot/issues/new?body=module:%20iot_input_oca%0Aversion:%2014.0%0A%0A**Steps%20to%20reproduce**%0A-%20...%0A%0A**Current%20behavior**%0A%0A**Expected%20behavior**>.

Do not contact contributors directly about support or help with technical issues.

Credits

Authors


* Creu Blanca

Contributors

Maintainers


This module is maintained by the OCA.

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promote its widespread use.

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This module is part of the `OCA/iot <https://github.com/OCA/iot/tree/14.0/iot_input_oca>`_ project on GitHub.

You are welcome to contribute. To learn how please visit https://odoo-community.org/page/Contribute.
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