I am making an app that uses the experimental, "Firebase" database and I am having some trouble with my code. I first found this issue when I was calling the .TagList through a procedure (it has the same effect if it is outside of a procedure block.)
I stored the current date in a firebase tag I named, "latestDate" and the variable I stored is from a sensor which I have plugged into a global variable in which I named, "currentDate". The currentDate holds the following:
.Month > System.Time,
.DayOfMonth > System.Time,
and .Year > System.Time
Putting the time in a MM/DD/YY format.
I started to write this at 11:00 and decided to go back and see if I could figure it out and I did..
when I update the time I am hitting a submit button that is named, "sendDateUpdate" which is connected to a .StoreValue, the tag I am storing is named, "latestDate" and the value I am storing is named, "currentDate".
I have the data already up in firebase but I can't get the data unless I update or change the value and I am just looking for a way to get the date that is stored in the firebase without changing anything in the firebase. Is that possible? My goal is to be able to open the app, have the app automatically pull the data down but the way it is right now the only way I can pull the data down is by editing, adding to, and/or changing the data.
I put down a ".Initalize" and added the .TagList to that though it completely skipped the .GotValue and never actually tried to get anything from the firebase.