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Nikola New Member
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How to use Post HTTPS to record an outside IoT evet using a services such as Node-Red?

Hi I want to able to use two POST HTTPS links to send to Power BI when my devices open and close events occur.


Using a services like node-red i can post https these event but I need Power BI to give me two webhook urls. Was not able to find any samples or references on REST POWER API Documentation


Getting event triggers to log data is a fundemental way of using POWER BI atleash for our array of IOT devices. If there was a simpler way from the GET DATA screen it would be real great tool for IOT.


I do not want to send any data. All i need is Power BI to reconize which event occured using the webhook url and timestamp the event for further analysis such as getting the duration of the gate being opened


If any of the Power Bi evangelish can chime in or provide a contact to have quick chat that would be awesome.


Anyhow cool service guys. Good luck with your public release.







9thwonder New Member
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Re: How to use Post HTTPS to record an outside IoT evet using a services such as Node-Red?

I'm having the same issues here on my end.

If i can get some clarity or direction, it would be really helpful.


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