openHAB 3.4 Milestone discussion

yes that is the issue I was mentioning. There is a bigger thread too here:

https://community.openhab.org/t/jfrog-repo-is-down-cant-install-oh-nor-add-ons/138887

Not sure how long it will take for jfrog to repair the issue but we all need to wait.

Good to know. M1 works fine so I am not so eager to test M2.

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After Updating to M2 all my Bindings seem to be uninstalled and i cant install them anymore… going back to M1 doesnt solve the issue and my bindings are also there missing.

Only one binding manually installed with a .jar file is working.

in the console there are just core bundles listed (and the one manually installed .jar)

I dont know how to reinstall my bindings :confused:

using docker

my openhab log gives me this error from time to time:

2022-09-16 16:45:16.265 [ERROR] [core.karaf.internal.FeatureInstaller] - Failed installing ‘openhab-binding-tr064, openhab-binding-hue, openhab-persistence-mapdb, openhab-binding-wled, openhab-misc-openhabcloud, openhab-binding-tplinksmarthome, openhab-transformation-javascript, openhab-binding-network, openhab-binding-spotify, openhab-persistence-influxdb, openhab-ui-habpanel, openhab-binding-denonmarantz, openhab-transformation-jsonpath, openhab-binding-miio, openhab-binding-shelly, openhab-binding-mqtt, openhab-persistence-rrd4j, openhab-transformation-map, openhab-ui-basic, openhab-binding-http, openhab-binding-systeminfo’: Error:

Error downloading mvn:org.openhab.addons.bundles/org.openhab.persistence.mapdb/3.4.0.M2

Seems to be related to jfrog repo is down.

I’d like to push all Smartmeter Add-On related topic for the next release.
There are a few open points on the bug tracker of Github:

The strangest thing is, that it was working perfectly until the end of 2020 - after that, there were a few changes made. Afterwards many users claim a connectivity error with their smart meter.
Actually I read-in all smartmeter things via USB and Node-Red. But I expect this as a central function inside a modern Openhab.

Moreover I’d like to start the discussion about integration of Viessmann viCare. All other smart home systems (ioBroker, Home Assistant) have the possibility to read-out and change parameters and live data of their heating unit.

How can I push these topics?

Hi there,

The Viessmann API binding I just released supports readout of data, I have not yet implemented write access (mainly because the ViCare app is sufficient for my own needs) but it may be in a forthcoming release especially if people ask for it.

I think there may also be another binding (SmartHome/J ??) that supports the API but I started this one before I discovered it and have not tried it.

I don’t support all the features yet as I only have a relatively simple heating setup but if there are people who have feature requests and are willing to test them out I am interested in hearing about them.

https://docs.smarthomej.org/3.1.9/org.smarthomej.binding.viessmann.html

So I assume this was with OH2.x?
I also had problems with OH3 and the smartmeter-Binding. But since 3.3 everything works pretty good.
There were recently some changes done. See here:

There are some open issues on github, but they are all pretty old. So what problems are you facing?

Also the viessmann binding from smarthomej works very well.

I spotted a reproducible regression in M2. The Z-Wave binding is installed but not visible anymore in MainUI (in the console is shows up fine.) I suspect some additional effects as many links from zwave things to items disappeared.

Most visible error is that a new zwave thing cannot be selected anymore through the UI as zwave is not listed anymore in the “Choose Binding” menu. This can be circumvented however by typing “serverip:8080/settings/things/add/zwave” manually in the URL bar.

Perhaps I should report this on github, however I am not sure against which part of the code to report this bug (UI/Z-Wave/??).

It was fixed 6 days ago (PR #1805 reverting PR #1798)

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