[quote=“MrAutomate, post:13, topic:188956”]Thanks for the tip on the CASE. So, is it normal if I click CHECK, that the NEXT EVENT = “The CalendarID is set” ?
I have TRASH set to 8:00 PM, I would imagine next event should read TRASH, not “The CalendarID is set”
I have tried several start times, and the trigger never occurs…?
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Hmmm…In vera APPS, Do I need to create a device ID for each event, and hard code the event in the variables tab in Vera ? Are there any UI7 screen shot examples that will show how to tie it all together ?
I am not a developer, but if I has a working example, I would get it. I have attached a screenshot of my variables, and all I want is a trigger to occur when Google TRASH event takes place, and that example, along with understanding if I need a child device installed for each calendar event I want, will get me on the right path.
Appriciate anyones pointers!
If you have an event in your calendar within the next 24 hrs - check should show you that event. If you see “The CalendarID is set” then there is something wrong. If there are no events in the next 24 hrs then the device should show " No events found today". Before you go any further lets figure out what and where you are in terms of installation.
Did you install from the marketplace ? Did you follow the credentials set-up instructions ? Did you test using the test example in the documentation ? If all of the above are “yes” then we need to get a log file with gc_debug set to 3.
The plugin is pretty near bullet-proof but does rely on following the instructions at first - not the least of which is the google credentials and the google calendar being set up correctly.
Just in case - what version of vera and GCal3 are you using ?