- Is there a list of valid property-level waste meter types and unit of measure combinations?
- Can I get a full list of possible waste meter method and disposal combinations for web services?
- How are the schemas for the waste tracking web services structured?
- Is there a list of valid property-level water meter types and unit of measure combinations?
- How do I replace or retire a meter using the API? Should I use the delete method to de-associate the meter?
- How do you create a data center meter on a data center property use?
- How is the meter 'firstBillDate' determined?
- If I create a meter on a property using /property/(propertyId)/meter, do I need to explicitly associate it to the property?
- Is there a list of valid Property Use meter types?
- Is it possible to associate a single meter to multiple properties?
- Is there a way to discern the type of a meter (i.e. energy, water, etc) from the meter ID? How can I identify what type of meter I'm associating to a property?
- Is there a list of valid property-level energy meter types and unit of measure combinations?
- What would happen if we send data for the same date range twice?
- What is the difference between the calls GET /property/(propertyId)/meter/list and GET /association/property/(propertyId)/meter?
- What is the purpose of "id" attribute for meter?
- When I run GET /property/(propertyId)/meter/list I get one set of meters, but when I run GET /association/property/(propertyId)/meter, I get a subset of those meters. Why is this?
- Which meters support bulk delivery in the web services?
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