Indeed, the stream waits for the data coming from the other peer, but if there is no data for an extended period, the stream returns a timeout error. The timeout is set to 1 second by default, but you can change this value in your program.
// set timeout to 10 seconds Serial.setTimeout(10000); // read JSON document from Serial deserializeJson(doc, Serial);
Still not working?
If increasing the timeout doesn’t solve your problem, you can diagnose the problem with the
ReadLoggingStream decorator from the StreamUtils library. This class adds the logging functionality to an existing stream class, so you can see what is read from the stream.
Here is how to use
// set timeout to 10 seconds wifiClient.setTimeout(10000); // decorate the WifiClient so it logs its content to Serial ReadLoggingStream wifiClientWithLog(wifiClient, Serial); // read JSON document from the WifiClient deserializeJson(doc, wifiClientWithLog);
This way, you’ll see where the reading stops and why ArduinoJson returns