So, I couldn’t wait until Wednesday and have added the device now based on the node XML. I think I only have the classes left to define, but I don’t have access to Openhab until I’m home so that has to wait. Or are they the same as for the Endpoint that were populated automatically?
Meanwhile I think I’ve sent it for review. At least I pressed the button, but I didn’t get any feedback (that could be something to improve on the website Chris ). So I don’t know if it was sent for review or if it requires the classes to be added.
I ticked which command classed are available in Sec and UnSec, but I have no idea which ones are sent out by the node at the start of the initialization (the NIF option as I understood it). Is this required or is it just for information?
Also, do I need to add anything about the notifications or is that handled automatically, formatting etc.?
Finally, as I understand it the command classes that has green boxes under them with a “+” are the channels that will be available for Items. The Battery and Power level command classes does not have the box so how should I get that information if not through a channel? Or have I missed something?
EDIT: Remembered one last comment/question. After I’ve done some reading I strongly suspect that the lock was not added securely, but I will check that when I come home as well. Does this have any impact on the node XML file or is it just a matter which commands classes that will be available? Also, to my understanding the secure inclusion can only happen when the controller is connected to the hardware (RPi in my case) and inclusion is triggered from OpenHab? My RPi is located on the top floor in my house and the lock is attached to the front door on the bottom floor. Is the distance a problem when wanting to include a device securely? I’ve tucked away the RPi and all the wires nicely now and want to avoid wrecking it just for the short inclusion. I don’t feel like taking the door down from it’s hinges and dragging it to the top floor either