- Platform information:
- Hardware: RPI3
- Issue of the topic: Openhab logviewer gives an error every 10 seconds with message:
2019-02-05 08:22:10.029 [ERROR] [ntime.internal.engine.ExecuteRuleJob] - Error during the execution of rule [Set random image URLs’: cannot invoke method public int java.util.Random.nextInt(int) on null]
How can i get rid of this / how can i fix it / what is it related to?
Post the rule so we can all figure it out
I am new to this. How can I retrieve the ExecuteRuleJob in order to post it?
Could it be related to this demo rule:
rule “Set random image URLs”
Time cron “/10 * * * * ?”
val url = urlList.get(random.nextInt(urlList.length))
val res = resList.get(random.nextInt(resList.length))
postUpdate(ImageURL, url + "/" + res)
What are “urlList” and “resList” on your System? Global variables of the rule-file containing the posted rule? Are they set to anything, or not even declared (what would be an explanation for the error, the cron Statement for every 10 seconds Points there as well).
Do you actually need that rule? If not, delete it and the error is gone!
Just post the entire rule so we can see what’s going on
This was the entire rule. Have deleted it and indeed errors do not appear in logfile anymore. Still no clue what this particular rule generated in demo environment for Openhab though.
In this case it was the reference to variables that haven’t ben declared.
Please mark the thread as resolved.
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