Just FYI, if it’s the UID that you’re after, then when you create the item through HABmin, it also provides the same UID that would be used if the items is automatically created… Anyway, it seems that you’ve got it sorted now
Hopefully tonight I’ll have the following presentation of the Z-Wave network included in HABmin - it’s similar to the network diagram previously in HABmin-2 when used with OH1 ZWave binding.
I’ve just put node numbers into the diagram - adding names like I had previously made it unreadable. I’ll likely add more information when you click on the node, but that’s one for later…
Hopefully this will help people understand their networks… Note that it only shows the nodes that are associated to things - if you’ve got devices still sitting in the discovery inbox, then they won’t show up here (at least for now).
In the diagram, a green line indicates a bi-directional route, and a red line means it only goes from one device to the other - not both ways.
Hi Chris, this Looks very good. I tested openHAB 2 with zwave after the first Post but i have only one Stick so i switched back to openHAB 1.8.1. After 400 Posts i will test it again but i am confused where i find the Files???
Since about a week, you need to use snapshots instead - since zwave binding is included in online distribution. No need to download anything, except habmin, if you want it.
If you want habmin, get it from “theme” branch. No serial is needed.
Snapshots from cloudbees https://openhab.ci.cloudbees.com/job/openHAB-Distribution/
maybe i can help you. There was a change in deploying the binding and habmin2 in the last week.
The latest habmin2 version is found on the link on top of the thread here in the forum:
At the moment only the org.openhab.ui.habmin should be downloaded manually und placed in the
Please keep in mind to delete the older version in this folder.
org.openhab.binding.zwave comes with openhab-online-2.0.0-SNAPSHOT.zip from the nightly buildings at Cloudbees
Due to so much changes i start every 2-3 days with a new installation form the scratch, i keep only
I don’t save my items and things-configuration, even here is a discussion about the best way of backup and restore this:
The bindings, UIs and services i want to test with are defined in my addons.cfg:
# The base installation package of this openHAB instance
# Valid options:
# - minimal : Installation only with dashboard, but no UIs or other addons
# - standard : Typical installation with all standards UIs
# - demo : A demo setup which includes UIs, a few bindings, config files etc.
package = minimal
# A comma-separated list of bindings to install (e.g. "sonos,knx,zwave")
binding = avmfritz, hue, netatmo, zwave, mqtt
# A comma-separated list of UIs to install (e.g. "basic,paper")
ui = basic,paper,rest
# A comma-separated list of miscellaneous services to install (e.g. "myopenhab")
misc = homekit
With this cfg the latest OH2-snapshot starts fresh with the Addons, UIs, and Misc option i want to test.
After starting OH2, drinking 1 or 2 coffees i’ll check the installed versions with the command bundle:list -s | grep openhab
This is a good point… While I don’t think it’s necessary to update everything every 2-3 days, it is important to update regularly at the moment. ESH, which forms the core of OH2, gets updated when there’s important changes, and when it’s considered to be reasonably stable. That is roughly every week I would say.
The reason I comment on this at the moment is that HABmin is using some features that are only available in the latest branch of ESH, so you need to be running an OH2 build after the 2nd March or you may find a few issues (eg saving items might fail).
For updating, I’m personally using a slightly modified version of the script from @xsnrg as described here -:
You could just uninstall, and reinstall the bindings in PaperUI. Karaf will (or should!) take care of the dependancies and that should give you the updated system without a reinstall. Of course, it’s also no problem to do a complete reinstall - I was just pointing out it’s probably not required.
No - only periodic builds of ESH are used in the OH2 build since it uses the stable ESH release. You can see this if you look in this link which is the ESH stable distro - the last update was the 2nd March - there have been many ESH updates since then.
You don’t need to worry about ESH. OH2 is built on top of ESH, so when OH2 gets built (ie each night if you are using the snapshot on cloudbees) it uses the most recent stable ESH (from the link I posted earlier). This builds a distribution which includes all the latest OH2 bindings (and OH1 bindings as applicable), the OH2 core, and also the ESH core.
The user can mostly ignore the fact that ESH is used here… Maybe I confused matters by referencing it earlier, but I was just trying to point out that updating every 2 days isn’t probably necessary since ESH, which really forms the heart of OH2, isn’t updated quite that often…
(I hope that makes sense )
Yes - I think this is because there is no OH designer - only the SmartHome designer. I’ve never used Designer, so can’t comment too much here. However since all the raw configuration (items, sitemaps, rules etc) is contained within ESH, only the SmartHome designer is needed I think…
Yes - @xsnrg needs to be update his wonderful script to grab the latest from master. The problem here is that I use a version number in the filename, so this will cause problems… I’ll have a think about how to handle this better, although getting HABmin installable in PaperUI is probably a better approach anyway…
First thank you again for your awesome employment I totally agree that this the best approach. I’m looking forward to extend my addons.cfg in this point:
ui = basic,paper,rest, habmin
Please let me know if i can help with german translations via HABmin-Translator, i’m still a registered user there. Maybe later it’s also possible to contribute german translations to the Z-Wave-Devices?
Sure - I’ve just given you access to edit there as well. The translation app is still quite new, so if you spot any issues, please let me know . In theory, you should simply be able to go through and edit each module - maybe it’s worth a quick check to make sure it’s working ok before spending too much time - just in case there’s a problem .
I hope so - I keep thinking of ways to do this that will fit in with the way the database works, and also how ESH translation files work… It needs a bit more thought, but I hope this will be possible in the future.
I added some german translations - we’ll see in on of the next HABmin-Updates if it works.
For some wordings like Item, Binding etc. there is no good translation. Even i don’t know if “Gerät” hits the right german wording for “Things”. Would be interesting to see the translations in PaperUI if they are available …