I’m a proud user of the openenergymonitor for many years now (I think 7 years )
But it was time to upgrade my outdated raspberry pi OS. So I did that (moved to the latest dietpi OS).
Works fine, but I have one problem:
I have a (custom build) emonbase nanodeRF (Arduino) where I must use a short API write key in the sourcecode (no memory left).
I migrated all the feed and database data from my old emoncms version: 9.8.28 | 2018.01.27 to my new installation 9.9.5, that works fine (I think)… but I get a write error when I use this short API key that I used in my old installation, error:
[ 2018-12-24 21:50:38.068|ERROR|index.php|Invalid API key '1234567' ]
But when I make a new test user with a new generated API key it will works: sample key:
any idea why this new installation doesn’t accept the old “short” API key? another test with a new key (updated the record in the database) “
12345678901234” also failed …
So there must be a line of code that forces the 32 characters… but where? I found a line of code with google.com on the emoncms.ORG index.php but not on the normal “public” emoncms index.php that I use…
Edit - fixed thread title, as there is a big difference between shorted and shortened.
BT - Moderator