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Weather Website PHP/AJAX scripting / Updates paused
« Last post by LeFuet on Today at 11:27:22 AM »
Hello community, it's me again, you have a bug eliminated, 3 new ones added, I am desperate! After a few minutes, I get this message above: "Updates paused - reload page", how or where do I have to change something that does not happen? I am grateful for help and remain

Best regards
Harry
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Jerry,

Thanks for the info and updates!
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NOAA National Weather Service / Re: NWS's transition to https only access
« Last post by gwwilk on Today at 11:19:17 AM »
FYI Curly's wxSPCreports.php is broken until the urls in 'inc-SPCreports.php' are changed from 'http://' to 'https://'.
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Do you think that WeatherLink or Cumulus is sending archive records to WU, PWS, WOW Awekas etc.?
I don't think Cumulus is sending archive records to those sites, however Cumulus has settings to "Catch Up" to send to PWS, WB, WU and WOW from the time of Cumulus shut down and a restart.
Paul
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NOAA National Weather Service / Re: NWS's transition to https only access
« Last post by gwwilk on Today at 10:54:25 AM »
If anyone is using my SPC-based scripts, updated secure versions are now on my web site.  They sort to the top by default.

Otherwise it's a matter of simply searching for 'http://' and replacing it with 'https://' in any script that uses SPC data/images.
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It would be nice if WFL continued to send data to services based on the archive records of the console. Basically that's it.

I will make this option if it's really needed. Then Uploads will be synchronized with arch. interval.
It's changing a lot, so time is needed for that.
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NOAA National Weather Service / Re: NWS's transition to https only access
« Last post by gwwilk on Today at 10:08:36 AM »
I just noticed today that the SPC has added ssl security.  All of their products are available via https.
True enough, however a quick review of my SPC pages shows that SSL isn't strictly enforced as of now because the links to 'http://' are still valid and served.  This gives us an opportunity to revise any scripts that use the SPC's images and data and obtain the 'padlock' on the address bar of those pages.
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Do you think that WeatherLink or Cumulus is sending archive records to WU, PWS, WOW Awekas etc.?

As far as I know, yes, they do that. They send values from archive records, including WeeWx. They even catch up all the missed archive records in case of some intermittent failure. The 2.5-3s LOOP records are not needed as the console does a quite fine job of accumulating data for the archive periods. I know that some or all of them can be set to receive LOOP records as well (for instant display or whatever). On WU it's a separate feature to enable rapid fire records handling, standard is using archive records and archive period. I don't use the rest.

What more do you like to do with archive records?

It would be nice if WFL continued to send data to services based on the archive records of the console. Basically that's it.
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Hmm. It's actually quite a big limitation if the WFL doesn't handle and send archive records.

Do you think that WeatherLink or Cumulus is sending archive records to WU, PWS, WOW Awekas etc.?

WL.com is using archive records and this feature is working fine. WeatherLink is exporting archive records as a text file, so WiFiLogger make the same.
 - You can download arch. from web interface, as a text, or raw binary data
 - You can download it from WL.com if you have account
 - You can export archs as a text file (csv format)

What more do you like to do with archive records?
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Hmm. It's actually quite a big limitation if the WFL doesn't handle and send archive records. It could be a reason not to buy one, actually. Practically all online PWS services work with the archive records. The extra is the "rapid" interface which has limited usefulness, mostly for wind/gusts. Most people aren't interested in sending "rapid-fire" records, including me. I'd suggest reviewing this feature.
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