The ActivityActivity - An event that is represented by a start time, end time, relevance and other meta-data. Activities are used to represent videos or audio activity that is part of the same sequence of frames or content. Every Activity has a unique Activity Id. Activities will only be stored for as long your service plan dictates. An Activity belongs to an Accessory. For the full list of attributes on an Activity see Get Activity by Id. Activities can be referred to as "clips" or "recordings" in the Logi Circle application. Filter Syntax is used in several places in the API and allows for narrowing the list of items returned from Get Activities by Accessory Id, or to limit which generate Notifications. The filter syntax is used in conjunction with the values for the Classifiers such as Object Type, Object Location, Object Color, Object Size, Relevance Level or Activity Set. It is also used with Zones in the Notification Events.
comparator ::= = | <> | < | <= | > | >= value ::= string | number value_set ::= [ value, value, ... ] operand ::= attribute_name | value function ::= attribute_exists(attribute_name) | attribute_not_exists(attribute_name) | contains(attribute_name, value) | contains_any(attribute_name, value_set) | contains_all(attribute_name, value_set) | size(attribute_name) condition ::= operand comparator operand | attribute_name BETWEEN value AND value | function | condition AND condition | condition OR condition | NOT condition | ( condition )
contains() function can take a string or a set as the attribute_name. If you are looking for a singular value within a set,
contains() is the right function. The
contains_all() functions can only take sets for the
attribute_exists() can be used to test if a value_set has any items in it.
attribute_not_exists() can be used to test if a value_set didn't have any items in it. Typically used with sparse Classifiers.
size() is used if you want to test the count of the contents of a set based attribute_name. It can tell if you any of the Classifiers types such as Object Types were detected.
size() can't be used to test for empty attributes,
attribute_exists() must be used for that.
The maximum length for the final string is 4KB when expressed in UTF-8 encoding.
When filtering old activities with the Get Activities by Accessory Id call, don't use the Zone Id as the user may have changed the Zone definition since the Activity was created. Instead use Object Location or check the
lastModified value in the result from Get Zones by Accessory Id to see if the zone date is newer.
// Movement in any of the locations specified contains_any(objectLocations,[1,3,9,128,75,82,23]) // No movement in any of the locations specified NOT contains_any(objectLocations,[1,3,9,128,75,82,23]) // Movement in all of the locations specified contains_all(objectLocations,[1,3,9,128,75,82,23]) // Movement in any of the locations specified but NOT in any of the other specific locations contains_any(objectLocations,[1,3,9]) AND (NOT contains_any(objectLocations,)) // Movement in any of the locations and bubble color was grey or blue contains_any(objectLocations,[1,3,9]) AND (relevanceLevel >= 0) // Black and Yellow objects found and bubble color was grey or blue contains_any(objectColors,["BK","YE"]) AND (relevanceLevel >= 0) // Black or Yellow or Red and Blue colors found and medium sized object ( contains_any(objectColors,["BK","YE"]) or contains_all(objectColors,["RD","BU"]) ) AND contains(objectSizes, "m") // Any Object Types were found attribute_exists(objectTypes) // More than one Object Types were found size(objectTypes) > 1 // No known Object Types were found or a Person was found attribute_not_exists(objectTypes) OR contains(objectTypes,"person") // Person and Pink object found contains(objectTypes,"person") AND contains(objectColors,"PK") // Only High/Blue bubbles relevanceLevel = 1
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