Good day, I have noted a bug in 18.104.22.168. Temperature comparisons of greater than or equal to (same for less than or equal to) are not capturing the comparative value. Example, if x is >=80 then off. The value is in the rule, yet it is not picked up in the logs.
While there's not a lot of information to go on here, it sounds similar to this bug that will be addressed an upcoming hotfix:
Thanks! Unfortunately, this is what I see at that link Oops! That page doesn’t exist or is private.
It's a link in the Beta section...if you're not a member of the Beta group you can't see it.
Not sure when this started, just noticed it. Screenshots say it all.
Bug just introduced with the range operator. Fix coming...
That explains that. Not beta, production.
If you manually run the action u will.have no value. It needs to be fired through an actual trigger.
It's about the current code, just posted to the Beta section. I added the content of the posts from that thread in my post above.
I was good on 22.214.171.124. Update this morning broke existing apps that use comparative conditions for actions.
Sorry - can't help you w/your current problem, just wanted to clarify why you couldn't see the post, and what the content is. @bertabcd1234 thought the post might be related to your issue. Also note @kahn-hubitat's comment above...
Rolling back to x.131 removed this bug (and failing notifications bug too.) Changes from .131 to .132 certainly appear to be where the bug(s) are introduced.
Tagging @bravenel - lord of the RM.
@c.michael.gamble - he's going to want a screen shot of your rule, and a screen shot (not text copy) of relevant logs.
There is a known bug in 126.96.36.199 that causes condition values to disappear. Fix coming today.
New release is out that fixes this.
I was hoping the new "in range" test would work on custom attributes. Is this just an oversight or the way it is going to be?
Haven't gotten to it.
Understood, thanks for the reply. Really looking forward to the ability!
It will be handled. Next release, whenever that turns out to be.