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Error Code 303 : ERR_BAD_RESPONSE / Unable to parse response
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January 8, 2016
4:01 am
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baoutch
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Hey everyone,

I'm using the mathwork/thingspeak-arduino library to update a private channel from an Arduino Mega. I'm using a standard ethernet shield.

My project has been running smooth for the past 3 months but today it all went south. Data are updated fine on TS (sensor values), but something is wrong and it looks like reading from TS won't work properly anymore.

So I logged a bit and I found out that whenever I try to write to TS (using setField several times then writeFields, which was running fine so far) I get a 303 error code which as I read in the library means ERR_BAD_RESPONSE / Unable to parse response

I looked through the interwebs, on official doc and on this forum but couldnt find anything related to this error, how to deal with it etc..

Also, reading values from TS will return all zeros.
What is weird is that data are still correctly written to TS so my first naive guess is that this is a TS return message error but can't be sure.

If someone here have any clue of what it means i would be soooo happy.

Thanks a lot
Cheers

January 8, 2016
2:24 pm
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Rob Purser
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Yes -- there was a latent bug in the library that was exposed when the response message from ThingSpeak changed slightly. I have posted a new version of the library on GitHub. It should appear in the Arduino IDE within the next few hours. If you want it sooner, get the ThingSpeak.h file direct from GitHub.

-Rob

Senior Development Manager for IoT and Hardware Interfacing for MATLAB at MathWorks.  Visit ThingSpeak.com to explore the IoT Analytic platform that speaks MATLAB made for engineers and scientists.  You can collect, analyze, and act in 5 minutes or less!

January 9, 2016
5:01 pm
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baoutch
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Hey Rob,
Everything seems back to normal on my side.
Thanks a lot for your fast fix.
Cheers

January 15, 2016
4:43 pm
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For my own learning, could you post up what line in the header or cpp file had to be changed, and what the change was?

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