Solved Autoweb jsonbin

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  1. edward.croff2

    edward.croff2 New Member

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    Hey everybody, I noticed jsonbin.org stopped working so I created an API for jsonbin.io not sure if autoweb API sharing is working or not so I figured I'd post something.

    @joao how should I share sir?

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  2. joaomgcd

    joaomgcd Administrator Staff Member

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    Hi there, thanks for your contribution! Can you please let me know what stopped working about jsonbin exactly? Thanks!
     
  3. Simon MArinof

    Simon MArinof New Member

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    Hi,
    it's not working from me either:
    this is what I'm doing:

    -installed autoweb
    In autoweb
    -clicked on "your Web services"
    -pressed the plus sign
    -selected import
    -imported Jsonbin.org
    -when asked for a token, I entered my api key provided when I subscribed to the jsonbin.org website
    -the Jsonbin.org says Ready to Use in green (I'm assuming the token is correct at this point)

    Open tasker
    -created a new profile State/wifi connected SSID "added my ssid"
    -create a task
    -create Alert/flash/%DEVMOD
    -create another task
    -create/plugin/AutoWeb/Web service
    -selected Jsonbin.org in API
    -API Action: Set Data For Keys
    -Key: %DEVMOD
    -Value: Home
    -Accept the changes.
    -run the task


    getting this error message:
    15.22.29/E Error: 1867121445
    15.22.29/E { "message": "Invalid auth token provided", "status": 412}

    Any idea what I'm missing or doing wrong?
     

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