- Platform information:
- OS: OpenBSD 6.3
- Java Runtime Environment: OpenJDK Runtime Environment (build 1.8.0_144-b01)
- openHAB version: 2.4.0-SNAPSHOT
I have configured the XMPP binding in order to use the
sendXMPP() action which works perfectly with my installed Prosody XMPP server.
The XMPP binding documentation indicates I can configure
consoleusers to a comma-separated list of users that are allowed to use the XMPP console, but there is no indication whatsoever that the XMPP server is actually talking to OH2 when a consoleuser types something into a chat.
The logs indicate a connection is initiated when the action is invoked, but from that moment onwards total silence, even if I increase logging to DEBUG. The TCP connection between OH2 and the XMPP server remains open
INFO ] [hab.action.xmpp.internal.XMPPConnect] - Connection to XMPP as 'j0@ohab.<internal>/5da82b17-32fe-41cf-a211-fe90e572c345' has been established. Is secure/encrypted: true
(I believe Kai demonstrated quite a long time ago how he did
status Windows from a Jabber/XMPP client, and I’m trying to accomplish similarly.)
Should this actually work and can somebody kick me in the proper direction please?
username=j0 password=j0 servername=ohab.<internal> securitymode=required tlspin=CERTPLAIN:30820... proxy=ohab.<internal> port=5222 consoleusers=jpm@ohab.<internal>