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Thread: How are TIMECLOCK disable commands reconciled with PC software?

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    How are TIMECLOCK disable commands reconciled with PC software?

    The rev P protocol indicates it's possible to send a #TIMECLOCK,ID,6,2 to disable a timeclock entry.

    How does disabling an event get reflected back to the PC software?

    I can disable a timeclock entry from an app. It appears as "~TIMECLOCK,53,6,13,2" in the MONITORING log. I can cross-reference that '13' to the DbXmlInfo.xml file and see that it matches up with the name the app uses (as expected).

    What I don't see, however, is a way for the PC software (Inclusive 9.2) to reflect that the entry has been disabled.

    I tried using Tools->Sync Homeowner Edits but that does not pull the disabling of the events into the PC software. Is it supposed to?

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    There is no way to disable time clock events using the Radio Ra2 software. They can be turned off using the Home Control+ app, but not enabled or disabled.

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    Ok, so if any changes are needed to the programming, any subsequent transfer from the RA2 software will over-write them.

    Might I suggest a bug report/feature request for future versions of the software?

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    This is correct. I will send your suggestion to our System Development team so they can look into adding this as a future feature.

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