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Edit Meter Consumption Data

Updated on June 30, 2024


This web service updates a specific meter consumption data record based on the information provided in the XML request. The corresponding meter must already be shared with you and you must have write access to the meter.



HTTP Method


Resource URL



Field Name Value Comments
Authorization Basic credentials
Content-Type application/xml

Authorization Required



Parameter Name Description
consumptionDataId Id to the meter consumption data

XML Schemas

Request/Response Schema Name
Request meterConsumptionData.xsd
Response response.xsd

Example Requests

The following example updates an existing meter consumption data record that has an id of 711.

PUT  /consumptionData/711

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <meterConsumption> <usage>12345</usage> <startDate>2011-01-01</startDate> <endDate>2011-01-31</endDate> </meterConsumption>

The following example updates an existing meter consumption with demand data. To remove demand data from an existing consumption record, just omit the demand data from the XML. Demand data only applies to electric grid-purchase meters.

PUT  /consumptionData/713

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <meterConsumption estimatedValue="false"> <usage>1000</usage> <startDate>2010-03-15</startDate> <endDate>2010-04-14</endDate> <demandTracking> <demand>99</demand> <demandCost>5859</demandCost> </demandTracking> </meterConsumption>

The following example updates an existing meter consumption while deleting the corresponding cost value. To update the existing meter consumption value while not preserving the existing cost value, just omit the cost data from the XML.

PUT  /consumptionData/713

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <meterConsumption estimatedValue="false"> <usage>1000</usage> <startDate>2010-03-15</startDate> <endDate>2010-04-14</endDate> <cost/> </meterConsumption>

Example Response

The following example indicates that the meter consumption data was updated successfully.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<response status="Ok">
        <link httpMethod="GET" link="/meter/1/consumptionData" linkDescription="This is the GET url for this Meter Consumption Data."/>