The response message:
You can not issue a copy of a subspace if the whole or parent space is occupied in the lock software.
Why this happens:
This can occur in lock softwares that can handle parent and child spaces. For example, Salto.
Let us assume that in Mews, we have a parent space (D1), and 5 child spaces inside (D1-01, D1-02, and so on). In your Salto software, space D1-01 is also set up as child space of D1.
Essentially, when you are trying to create a key for D1-01 (e.g. a bed in the dorm), Mews is sending a key creation command saying “Create a copy key for room/space D1-01.”
However, in your lock software, the system may have previously registered a valid key card for the entire parent space (D1 - which is a dorm). The lock software realises the conflict, and returns the error, which is saying that you cannot create a copy key for D1-01 (child space) because there is already a valid key for D1 (parent space). This is similar to the beds not being bookable when the entire dorm has been booked and vice versa.
How to resolve:
First go into your lock software, and check out the key that is registered for the parent space (e.g. D1), and then try to create a key from again.
If that still does not work (i.e. an error appears), try to:
- first go into your lock software and create a key for the child space that you were trying to create a key for in Mews (e.g. D1-01)
- and then create the same key from Mews
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