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Authenticating Ultimaker 3 with HTTPDigest & Python3 requests lib


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Posted · Authenticating Ultimaker 3 with HTTPDigest & Python3 requests lib

Hello, as title says, not having success figuring out HTTPDigest.

 

Below I've attached both the code I'm trying to use and all the results I could think to log.

 

Curiously I cannot get put requests working via the API at all, attempting to rename my printer has resulted in it now being called "none"?

 

I did successfully retrieve and validate a key/password pair though.

 

I'm trying to change the LED colour with a python script, any help in the right direction would be greatly appreciated :)

 

 

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    Posted · Authenticating Ultimaker 3 with HTTPDigest & Python3 requests lib
    9 hours ago, nicholairank said:

    I'm trying to change the LED colour with a python script, any help in the right direction would be greatly appreciated 🙂

     

    @Daid uses a session object in his demo script, dunno if it makes a difference.

    The code examples in the "Inside..." topics are a bit scrambled since one of the forum updates.

     

    Here is the demo script in a usable state:

     

    https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/30437-trying-to-find-a-command-that-changes-the-current-state-of-the-printer-from-printing-to-pause-and-vice-versa/?do=findComment&comment=252483

     

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    Posted · Authenticating Ultimaker 3 with HTTPDigest & Python3 requests lib
    11 hours ago, nallath said:

    Did you already check these topics?

    Yeah I'd already been over Daid's docs, thanks though.

     

    8 hours ago, tinkergnome said:

     

    @Daid uses a session object in his demo script, dunno if it makes a difference.

    The code examples in the "Inside..." topics are a bit scrambled since one of the forum updates.

     

    Here is the demo script in a usable state:

     

    https://community.ultimaker.com/topic/30437-trying-to-find-a-command-that-changes-the-current-state-of-the-printer-from-printing-to-pause-and-vice-versa/?do=findComment&comment=252483

     

     

    This is ridiculously handy, thanks a heap, have the example working so I guess I'll build from there, cheers 🙂

     

    New questions / issues with running a print job however:

     

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    Actually printing through this has proven quite difficult. I now get a 200 response code but nothing occurs on the printer...

     

     

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