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It looks like according to Wink they are about to tell if a door lock slot has a code in it.  

https://twitter.com/TheWinkApp/status/738009304398077954

Can anyone help me with discovering this request in the api.  I don't need the code, I just want to be able to check it a slot has a code so I don't overwrite it.

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The Leviton vrc0p+3 lets you get a user code report with actual user codes along with the status (vacant/occupied) through their own simplified serial API which is built is on top of the zensys serial API:

 

User Code:

Get User Code:

>NxSS99,2,UserID

X = lock node ID

User ID = 1 to max. supported

 

User Code report:

<nx,99,3,UserID,status,code1,code2….,codey

Status = 0 (available), 1 (occupied), 2 (reserved), 3(not available)

Code = 4 to 10 digit ascii number

 

http://www.electrical-help.com/thread/2057

 

OpenZwave implements COMMAND_CLASS_USER_CODE, so it can probably be done from there too.

 

Since Universal Devices must have access to the zensys serial API, I guess they could implement it as well.

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I never write down codes. I almost never write anything down B)

 

I do keep track of who is in each slot using a spreadsheet, but even 'notepad' will do.

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  • 2 weeks later...

While all of these options are acceptable for average use. I am working on app usage setting and clearing codes. I could care less what the code is. I just want the app to be able to tell if a code exists in a program slot so it doesn't overwrite codes that already exist.

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Use the suggested method(s) indicating a name instead of a code. You may not be able to get the lock to do something it's not capable of.

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Please see first post.  Wink claims to be able to do exactly what I am asking.  I called and talked to their customer service to verify and they can query the lock to determine if a code exists in a slot from the Schlage locks.  So far this is not possible via the ISY as far as I know so I want to ensure that this gets in for new updates.

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I emphasized some access, for example, which user operated a BE469. Does Wink have access to, in particular, the Schlage FE599 user codes? Or BE369?

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For me it doesn't matter.  I am just adding the ability to my app and I want to include all possibilities for capable locks.  So if there is a way to query codes on any locks, I'd like to know which ones and what the API request are for them.  So does anyone have this?  

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