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GET /TVlistings/v9/listings/linearschedule/20499/info?apikey=v4edzwwtca4e847n72j8kesw&locale=en-US&duration=240&inprogress=false&startdate=2019-11-20T16:00:00Z&format=json HTTP/1.1That GET asks for 240 minutes of data (4 hours). The DVR+ keeps making those 4 hour calls until ROVI says no-more-data
api.rovicorp.com/TVlistings/v9/listings/services/postalcode/53593/info?locale=en-US&countrycode=US&msoid=306430&format=json&apikey= v4edzwwtca4e847n72j8keswThe apikey=v4edzwwtca4e847n72j8kesw seems to be CM's access code to the API
api.rovicorp.com/TVlistings/v9/listings/linearschedule/20499/info?locale=en-US&duration=30&inprogress=false&oneairingpersource id=false&startdate=2019-11-20T23%3A00%3A00Z&format=json&apikey=v4edzwwtca4e84 7n72j8keswChange the following in that link as needed to check guide data for different dates and times.
change to discovered your service code for the 20499you will get results that can be read in your browser
duration=30 (get 30 minutes of data)
startdate=2019-11-20 (request starting date)
T23%3A00%3A00Z (starting time 23:00:00 zulu GMT ) local time this is 23-6 = 17:00 / 5pm central time
RequestId"f941df6b-5941-497b-9e5c-fd0a82231478"So this sort of confirms that the guide data supplier is messed up, not the DVR+ itself.
Name"Madison Area Channels - Broadcast TV"
Back in the day the WireShark data would have been very interesting to see what and who the DVR+ was trying to communicate with. And it's still interesting that the guide provider still seems to be Rovi. I thought they dropped the guide and CM had to switch to another provider.
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