Make sure you don’t have Simple Mode turned on in PaperUI. I hate that mode as it hides all your Items. Assuming you have Simple Mode turned on, then the name of your Item will be zwave_device_fe6f2434_node12_sensor_door.
If you don’t have Simple Mode turned on, you need to create an Item and link it to that Channel.
Something that might help new folk, I like to use logWarn; when you’re using log:tail in console it shows up as purple and does not get lost in the “noise” of events on a busy system.
When you’re happy, either comment it out or change it to Info
Please, don’t. There are four log Levels in question of DSL rules:
Each one is for messages associated with the name, Error -> there was a serious error which prevents the rule from being executed; might cause problems…
Warn -> There is something going on, which might be wrong, but maybe it’s ok - for example a device is offline, therefor a rule can’t succeed, but maybe the device is offline on purpose.
Info -> just to inform about what’s going on.
Debug -> like Info, but lot more Information.
The point is, you can set the log Level while running openHAB, it will take effect immediately.
If you’re interested in some special messages, just filter the output. You can do this in frontail, in bash (tail -f /var/log/openhab2/openhab.log | grep something) but not in karaf, but you can use the logger to cut it down to the interesting stuff (log:tail logger).