I'm trying to implement an automation that is triggered based on a comparison between the
now() value and a timestamp that I've set in a global variable (e.g.
My current approach is to have a "Tick time_now" rule that is triggered every second and updates a global
time_now variable to
now() in seconds.
Then I use a variable comparison condition to compare
I suspect the "Tick time_now" rule is pretty intense and every so often, I receive a bunch of "org.h2.jdbc.JdbcSQLException:" errors where periodicHandler is unable to find a Column or hits a general "java.lang.NullPointerException".
I wonder if, in addition to the relative to variable comparison condition, we could have a relative to
now() in seconds comparison, which would do away with the need for a "Tick time_now" rule that runs every second?
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