Hello, I want to make use of the linked hms binding - but I don’t know how to install it. It does not appear in Paper UI.
Do I have to build the oh1 jar and install it manually? Or does oh2 hms support without installing anything?
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As pointed out by @Dim:
I just checked: It doesn’t appear
Some legacy bindings were not added by default to the OH2 distribution (for example: MongoDB persistence)
It seems that this HMS is one of them also
To be added, someone has to create a PR to add it to the official distro
The current situation is a bit misleading for the new users:
While the binding appears on the docs: https://www.openhab.org/addons/bindings/hms1/
… it was never added to the 2.x distro.
This is true for some old 1.x bindings that not many people use. This HMS binding has not been updated for the past 3 years now
@studententyp You can always add it manually in your addons folder. Make sure that you have
Hi, thank you for your quick response!
I’m using the docker-image of oh2 and already using another oh1 binding successfully (fs20, but that one is included in the distro) - so I think runtime-compat1x is installed?
I gonna try to add hms manually first.
As you pointed out, its really confusing for new users (which maybe comes from fhem and uses such old devices) - a quick hint if a oh1-binding is included in the oh2 distro or not on the doc pages would have saved me some time
yes, it is (since you are already using another 1.x binding)
I will try to do this (if I find some free time )
By the way: If it works ok, report back so we can try to add it to the 2.x distro
I will! thank you @Dim and @opus
maybe a stupid question: where do I find the .jar file for an oh1 addon? Or do I have build it on my own?
EDIT: I built it on my own. It seems recognizing my hms.cfg and shows up in bundle:list, but I didnt get any data of my devices yet. But I think thats another problem… I will provide more feedback later
But it does work with my self-build one.
The Plugin works fine for me!