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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: advforecast2.php
« Last post by ValentineWeather on Today at 10:25:09 AM »
I changed it to 1 and true for now until I hear back.

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if ( empty($_REQUEST['force']) )
        $_REQUEST['force']="1";

$Force = $_REQUEST['force'];

$forceBackup = true;
if ($Force > 1) {$forceBackup = true; }
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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: advforecast2.php
« Last post by ValentineWeather on Today at 10:09:31 AM »
I can't find on my website where the browser opens advforecast2.php directly and if I add the force inside Settings.php it fails to open. I can change inside wxforecast.php but I don't think its doing anything because its defaulting to settings.php

The reason I'm doing this is the manual force has become ridiculous 10-20 times a day now. Its driving users away because many don't understand why website doesn't have forecast half the time.  ](*,)
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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Re: advforecast2.php
« Last post by ValentineWeather on Today at 09:35:47 AM »
Okay thanks, I've never seen that before added at end of php code.
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WiFiLogger in normal usage works as a client.
Your router choose channel on which network is working. In US you have just less channels to choose, but this is very important for routers.
At this moment you can't choose channel, but if there will be some additional setting needed I will make it.

WiFiLogger is built on ESP8266 wifi chip. This particular ESP-12S version has FCC and CE certificates, with lab testing etc.
WiFi power is less than 100mW. Compatible with all standards.
It's in distribution all over the world.

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Yes, you answered that you are NOT converting from WLK, you are using another download method.  Case closed on that one.

As for ODBC, I was merely suggesting that the tech to connect to a WLK or other file has been around for decades.  Davis did not go this route.  Nor did Davis use any of the still supported formats that were around in 1995.  I've seen a lot of software like Davis' over the years:  some programmer thinks his way is better than others.  Andrew Tannenbaum would be proud.

Thankfully nowadays there are cool devices that will write directly to  SQL DBs etc.  And given Davis' history, I can see why they have no interest in updating their software which was pretty bad in 1995 and remains nothing but an example of poor design.
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Leaving certification out of the decision, I have never experienced any issues expect some new wifi device out of the US which identifies that you it is not the designated region (US).

Yeah, it's the user's responsibility to set the correct area when it's available on the UI of the device.

BTW, Wikipedia article on the subject.
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There are some difference and I am not sure if the specific but I thought generically WIFI fall under 3 cm zones, US, Japan and rest of the world.  Australian using a narrower range of channels and frequencies.

Leaving certification out of the decision, I have never experienced any issues expect some new wifi device out of the US which identifies that you it is not the designated region (US).
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My idea was to have reseller from UK, who can provide service to EU and Australia.

Isn't the list of allowed WiFi frequencies different in AU than in the UK? I think an additional FCC/CE/whatever conformity declaration is also required...
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My idea was to have reseller from UK, who can provide service to EU and Australia.
Thanks and fair enough as either  the US or UK are relative the same from a purchasing perspective to Australia
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My idea was to have reseller from UK, who can provide service to EU and Australia.


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