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Availability Log for Vehicle Information

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  • Lineflyer
    Community-Moderator

    You mean an overview about whether a connection to the respective APIs of the car manufacturers are working as expected.

    There is this: https://tronity.statuspal.io/

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  • Martin Stechert

    Lineflyer exactly.

    I was not aware of that status page. For future mailfunctions of the (Skoda) App I will have a look on that status page. Thanks for that hint!

    I'm curious: have you recognized major outages for the OEM APIs? E.g. some hours per month? Are there differences for the different OEMs?

    Most probably just checking the availability of the technical endpoint will not result in the real availability. It seems as if (at least in the VW/SKODA case) the backend returns old data during maintenance
    https://www.enyaq-forum.de/forum/thread/4162-stabilit%C3%A4t-und-verf%C3%BCgbarkeit-skoda-backend-auswerten/

    But having the availability of the technical endpoint could be a start.

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  • Lineflyer
    Community-Moderator

    > I'm curious: have you recognized major outages for the OEM APIs? E.g. some hours per month? Are there differences for the different OEMs?

    There is no history on that status page and I am no employee of Tronity, thus I have no insights.
    I do however consider returning old data instead of a proper error message as a no-go.

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