[SOLVED] JSON Path "(DWD) Deutscher Wetterdienst Pollenflug " pollen flying

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(Cernon) #21

Thanks you, but it don’t work.

when I try
String DWD_UVI_totay “UV-Index Heute [%s]” {http="<[cacheDWD_UVI:600000:JSONPATH($.content[?(@.city==Hamburg)].forecast.today)]" }

I get nearly the whole JSON

Any Idea?


(Udo Hartmann) #22

There should be quotes in the JSONPATH. Probably they have to be escaped:

Number DWD_UVI_totay " UV-Index Heute" {http="<[cacheDWD_UVI:600000:JSONPATH($.content[?(@.city==\"Hamburg\")].forecast.today)]" }

(Cernon) #23

This don‘t work, too. I change forcast to forecast, no effect.


(Markus S.) #24

Hi.
Since yesterday my pollen values are not working without changing anything. Only update over openhabian-config.
Get the message “don’t find null in pollen.map.”
Will check the complet message, but are there any ideas?
Greetings,
Markus


(Udo Hartmann) #25

Ups, typo… changed this in original post…


(Udo Hartmann) #26

Does work here:


(Cernon) #27

Ok, But this don‘t work, too. Any Ideas?


(Cernon) #28

So, I try it with the tool from jsonpath.com.

According to this tool, I get the right value with the path

$.content.[?(@.city==“Hamburg”)].forecast.today

BUT when I try to integrate it to an item like this

Number DWD_UVI_totay " UV-Index Heute [%s]" {http="<[cacheDWD_UVI:600000:JSONPATH($.content.[?(@.city=="Hamburg")].forecast.today)]" }

I get an error: dismatched input ‘Hamburg’ expecting ‘}’

I don’t know why. Can anybody help?


(Cernon) #29

I find the answer. it should be single quote and not double quote

Number DWD_UVI_totay " UV-Index Heute [%s]" {http="<[cacheDWD_UVI:600000:JSONPATH($.content.[?(@.city=='Hamburg')].forecast.today)]" }

now it works :slight_smile:


(Stefan) #30

nice icons.
Could you please share it?


(Udo Hartmann) #31

Unfortunately, I grabbed them from an online service (and built the svg version through CorelDraw), so I don’t have the copyright.


(Cernon) #32

I try to get also the “Biowetter”. It’s more difficult.

Here is a working Item-String

String DWD_Biowetter_Leistung {http="<[cacheDWD_biowetter:600000:JSONPATH($..[?(@.id=='A')].today_afternoon.effect..subeffect.[?(@.name=='psychisch-geistige Leistungsfähigkeit')].value )]"}

(Jochen Eggler) #33

Hi, I need pollen data the DWD does not deliver (Oak and maybe beech (Eiche und Buche)). That’s why I use the data from Hexal, they provide xml files. I think the “clean” way would be via xslt, but I did not get that to work :confused:
That’s why I wrote a small shell script that updates my 2 items via REST api. Maybe it helps anybody…

# download xml
rm /etc/openhab2/html/pollen.xml
wget -q -O /etc/openhab2/html/pollen.xml "http://www.allergie.hexal.de/pollenflug/xml-interface-neu/pollen_de_7tage.php?plz=12345"
if [ ! -s /etc/openhab2/html/pollen.xml ]; then
	echo "xml-Datei ist leer. Vermutlich kein Internet. Ich geh wieder schlafen..."
	exit
fi
#
# Eiche heute
value_old=$(curl -s "http://openhabianpi:8080/rest/items/Pollen_today/state")
value=$(</etc/openhab2/html/pollen.xml awk -F'tag="0"' '{print $2}' | awk -F'name="Eiche" belastung="' '{print $2}' | awk -F'"' '{print $1}')
if [ -n "$value" ]; then  # check if value was found
	if [ "$value" != "$value_old" ]; then  # check if value changed
		curl -s -X PUT --header "Content-Type: text/plain" --header "Accept: application/json" -d "$value" "http://openhabianpi:8080/rest/items/Pollen_today/state"
	fi
fi
# Eiche morgen
value_old=$(curl -s "http://openhabianpi:8080/rest/items/Pollen_tomorrow/state")
value=$(</etc/openhab2/html/pollen.xml awk -F'tag="1"' '{print $2}' | awk -F'name="Eiche" belastung="' '{print $2}' | awk -F'"' '{print $1}')
if [ -n "$value" ]; then  # check if value was found
	if [ "$value" != "$value_old" ]; then  # check if value changed
		curl -s -X PUT --header "Content-Type: text/plain" --header "Accept: application/json" -d "$value" "http://openhabianpi:8080/rest/items/Pollen_tomorrow/state"
	fi
fi

Or, maybe, someone has the working xslt solution :grinning: :hugs:


(Jochen Eggler) #34

“Just for fun” I played with that xslt stuff. If someone wants, here is an xslt file for “Hexal - Pollen - Eiche - heute” (Hexal Pollen Oak today) - but it’s easy to adjust it for other pollen (Replace Eiche by another delivered pollen name) or for tomorrow (replace 0 by 1).

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Transform">
<xsl:output indent="yes" method="xml" encoding="UTF-8" omit-xml-declaration="yes" />
<xsl:template match="/">
   <xsl:value-of select="datasets/pollendaten/pollenbelastungen[@tag='0']/pollen[@name='Eiche']/@belastung" />
</xsl:template>
</xsl:stylesheet>

And the item:

String Pollen_test "Pollen Test [%s]" {http="<[http://www.allergie.hexal.de/pollenflug/xml-interface-neu/pollen_de_7tage.php?plz=12345:300000:XSLT(pollen_hexal_eiche_heute.xsl)]"}

I myself will stick to the script way, because I have more possibilities for error handling (e.g. my bad internet connection - should get better with the new house :sunglasses: :grinning:)


(Hallo Ween) #35

This rule for converting the last update-time to a datetime format is not working. I always get an error:

2018-09-04 11:55:46.881 [ERROR] [ntime.internal.engine.RuleEngineImpl] - Rule 'Pollen datetime': 'subString' is not a member of 'java.lang.String'; line 5, column 41, length 48

(Vincent Regaud) #36

Can you post your tule, please and highlight line 5
Thanks


(Hallo Ween) #37

Only this lines are in the rule-file:

rule "Pollen datetime"
when
    Item DWD_Pollen_last_update changed
then
    PollenLastUpdateDateTime.postUpdate(DWD_Pollen_last_update.toString.subString(0, 16))
end

Items:

String	DWD_Pollen_last_update			"letzte Aktualisierung [%s]"		<time>				{http="<[cacheDWD_Pollen:600000:JSONPATH($.last_update)]" }
DateTime PollenLastUpdateDateTime               "letzte Aktualisierung [%s]"        <time>

This is my error output from scvode:

{
	"resource": "/w:/rules/pollen.rules",
	"owner": "_generated_diagnostic_collection_name_#0",
	"code": "org.eclipse.xtext.diagnostics.Diagnostic.Linking",
	"severity": 8,
	"message": "The method subString(int, int) is undefined for the type String",
	"startLineNumber": 5,
	"startColumn": 73,
	"endLineNumber": 5,
	"endColumn": 82
}

Is there a way to save the conversion from string to datetime into a variable and then change the datetime variable to a better readable format (for german users)? I use this code in another rule to do this:

var SimpleDateFormat df = new SimpleDateFormat( "dd.MM., HH:mm" )
var String timestamp = df.format( new Date() )
postUpdate(exampleItem, timestamp)

(Vincent Regaud) #38

substring no capitals

    PollenLastUpdateDateTime.postUpdate(DWD_Pollen_last_update.toString.substring(0, 16))

(Hallo Ween) #39

Ok, maybe you can edit your original rule in this thread too.


(Vincent Regaud) #40

Done