I successfully installed + setup the CalDAV binding. Now I was wondering if it would be possible to record items and write it directly into an owncloud calendar. The use case is quite simple: record real life in our house (presence items, switching light object on/off, …) and directly create calendar items for now+2 weeks. That would enable me to simulate presence for the time being in vacation. Creating complex presence simulation is quite painful (I’d have to add several calendar items and change the begin/end times not to repeat the same pattern each day). Any idea if the is doable with the current bindings?
Thx Rich! Great approach. Right what I was looking for. Will try and play with the parameters. Is this also working with rrd4j persistence or do you recommend to use another persistence that is handling more accurate data (if I remember rrd4j is compacting data and historic states become more and more inaccurate the more you go into the past).
I recommend using something other than rrd4j because in OH 2.x rrd4j doesn’t store the states of Switches any longer. A presence simulation that can’t handle turning on and off lights is pretty limited.
I personally use InfluxDB because of its nice integration with Grafan for pretty and configurable charts.
Though if you want something lighter weight you can use Derby, H2, or SQLite. I also noticed a “Google Calander Presence Simulator” listed in PaperUI. I’ve no idea when it came about and there is no documentation for it (which probably means you need to be running a 2.2 SNAPSHOT to get it).
I’d rather not move tutorials to the docs page. Posting and updating them is easier here for the “common user” and with the ability to discuss the tutorials the forum is the right place to share and enhance them. I’d like to reduce the docs Tutorials section to two parts eventually: 1. Basic Getting Started Tutorial, 2. links to the community forum.