first of all thanks for picking up my topic and for forgiving a newcomer in not providing adequate documentation.
These are the only rules containing a sendcommand for the Switch (shortened by a list of lamps that would be switched on and off at the same time):
Item Home_Modus received update “Zuhause”
Item Home_Modus received update “HomeAway”
if (Home_Modus.state == “HomeAway”)
The only other point where it appears is rules that use the item state as an if condition like
if (Alarm_state.state == ON)
There is no visible pattern. I once had it switch on several times in a row while everyone was at home and no apparent trigger was set. Today it switched off before anyone returned home. No date / time relation.
I haven’t knowingly linked it to any binding. It’s just a manual switch on my items list configured as:
Switch Alarm_state “Alarm Status [%s]”
I was suspecting the UI before and moved the switch in the sitemap (which is the only place that could trigger it except the rule) down into a sub directory so that no one could accidently click it. Even added a mapping (creating two buttons ON and OFF) to avoid the normal toggle which I found too easy to accidentally click.
Still the UI to me is the most likely cause of error. But the only two persons with the APP on their phones were sitting in a restaurant at the same time, not touching the cellphones. No other browser in use.
If it is the UI then it would explain why no other command is sent which would normally be sent by the two rules that containt the command. The UI is the only point that could trigger just this switch without anything else happening in context.
It would be cool if somehow the log could report the triggers.