I have tried to create my first new device in the Z-wave database (Namron 1402756), but I get two errors:
thingid is > 15 characters - is this really necessary - it should just be the model number.
thingid contains invalid characters.
Initially the name was set to a longer and more descriptive text (which was later changed). Browsing the forum makes me suspect that this is somewhat related to the initial long name, that resulted in a long unique reference (namronleddimmerz-wave200w).
From what I can see, the last build of the Z-wave binding was #36 - just prior to adding the new device in the database. As I assume this device will not be available until the next build, is it there any prediction as to which rebuilds happen? Or is there another way of getting the device enabled?
@chris usually updates about once a week, usually on weekends. He exports the database to GitHub We then need to wait for a binding snapshot build to use that new data. It is then ready for use. Many people use the install script to manually install the binding.
Looks like the device is included, just trying to install the binding manually first. Currently stuck with the Curl command checking for Z-wave (seems to return 200) and bailing out due to taking more than two minutes.
But I’ll keep on digging
You are right. It happens in the uninstall part - looks like it expects 404 when checking after uninstall, but gets 200 - so uninstall has failed.
But it was not my intention to bother you with this - just a little “rusty” in reading scripts …
Worst case I’ll just wait for tomorrows snapshot.