|Note: This documentation refers to Gravio 3.8 or older. For Gravio 4 or newer, please refer to the respective documentation on doc.gravio.com .|
The first Variable category is the “Action Variable” category.
When expanding the view by clicking on the left arrow button you will see an overview of the available Action Variables:
On Gravio Studio Mac, you can see the available variables by clicking on the action icon on the top left
The various colours refer to the different types such as int, double, string, bool, datetime and generic:
These fields in the “Action Variables” can be referred to in the “Processing” pane later.
To refer to these variables, prefix them with “av.” (for Action Variable) before the Action Variable name. eg. “av.SenderId”
Initially, each Action has its predefine variables.
|TriggerName||The name of the trigger as defined by you|
|TriggerDataKind||The layer type, e.g. Aqara-Door, Aqara-Temperature etc.|
|Id||The database row Id|
|DataKind||The kind of data, e.g. Aqara-TwoButton, Aqara-Temperature etc.|
|DataType||The type of data, string, int, bool etc.|
|Kind||Detailed data type of the reading, e.g. Button press, Door open etc.|
|DataId||The ID of the data item|
|SenderId||The ID/MAC Address of the sensor, e.g. “05-00-0A-3D”|
|SensorDeviceId||The ID of the device, e.g. the USB adapter|
|Data||The data itself|
|Timestamp||The UTC time the reading was received by Hubkit at|
You can click on the “+” button to add your own Action Variables:
Give your new variable a name and optionally assign a default value to it.
To assign a devault value, double click and edit this field again: