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Regarding the setpoint labels - is it possible that you just noticed that they were the same and they have actually always been like that? The point here is that there was a bug where all setpoints had the same label and this would cause exactly what you see, but this was fixed a few weeks back - if you included the device before this was fixed, then it will still show the wrong label and you will need to delete the thing and add it back not exclude and include it into the network - just delete the thing, press discovery again, and add it from the inbox.

Since I sometime ago created the two items correctly in my items file, I think they must have been correct then. But I cannot swear on it - too many devices … Anyway, deleting the thing and hitting discovery fixed everything. Regarding the other error NODE Has anybody the following Power switch working with OH2? If so … Please let me know the exact model.

Thats the reason I am asking. The whole sequence is a result from deleting the thing and re-adding. It might be version related. I think I have version 1. The alarm class is being updated at the moment to better support V3 Can I ask you to grab tomorrows binding, delete the XML for node 40, restart and post the XML to me? Configuration update received Otherwise this looks ok. It cant get worse. Possibly - there was a bug fix a few weeks ago in this area.

I did get an exception while doing so though, not that it seamed to hurt but anyways; ThingAddedEvent ] - Thing 'zwave: ThingUpdatedEvent ] - Thing 'zwave: BaseThingHandler] - Error while applying configuration changes: Could not update configuration, because callback is missing' - reverting configuration changes on thing 'zwave: ThingManager] - Exception occured while initializing handler of thing 'zwave: Could not update configuration, because callback is missing testing z-wave binding on openhab-2 runtime error. Could not update configuration, because callback is missing at java.

Could not update configuration, because callback is missing at org. Could not testing z-wave binding on openhab-2 runtime error configuration, because callback is missing ThingUpdatedEvent ] - Thing zwave: ThingManager] - Exception occured during notification of thing 'zwave: Timeout while sending message.

Requeueing - 2 attempts left! Requeueing - 1 attempts left! Delete return routes failed with error 0x1. Requeueing - 0 attempts left! Assign return routes failed. Received Wake Up Request Is awake with 0 messages in the wake-up queue.

ZWaveController] - Notifying event listeners: Got an event from Z-Wave network: ZWaveCommandProcessor] - Checking transaction complete: No more messages, go back to sleep ZWaveController] - Message queued. Sent Data successfully placed on stack. Went to sleep Received Sensor Multi Level Request Sensor is reporting scale 0, requiring conversion to 0.

Value is now ZWaveThingHandler] - Updating zwave: Received Battery Request Received Alarm Request v3 Process Testing z-wave binding on openhab-2 runtime error Report, V3, length 12 Process Alarm Report, V3, length 13 No - is there testing z-wave binding on openhab-2 runtime error exception logged in the main log?

It cant get worse e.

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I was trying to run the Zwave build on top of the Beta 2 build of OH2. All my devices and the z-wave stick were showing as offline. I have that on some not all, I think of my nodes. Some off line, but not all. I also get timeouts, but after a while it settles, and everything seams to work normal. Have had this the last two-or-so days.

Today I have converted my openHAB2 installation from zwave1 to the new zwave binding. In zwave1 I have used the following item configuration:. I changed the XML file format, so you will get this error until the XML file is rewritten a few minutes after the binding starts. Hmmm - it might be good if you can update to the latest OH2 binding and repost the new XML file as it should store some more information I hope. Do you have a log of whatever the problem is?

Well, I commented anfuchs issue above. This forum has very discrete reply chains… Regarding timeouts, I think I mailed you a yesterday or the day before, when the forum was ill. No, I hit the right button! But for some reason, the reply link is only seen on the message that I replied to, not sure why. In general, the XMLs in the binding should be kept up to date unless I accidentally miss one. The database is copied over most days though….

If I have my bloody by now wall controller close to the stick while healing it, should it make any difference would it be healed with any good routes? Or should I rather move it to a non-working location, and then heal? Since it is non-working, I guess this is not a good idea? When you do a heal in future, it will start the initialisation sequence at the end - this just allows me to put all this stuff in one place to make management easier.

However, at the moment, this requires that the node initialise properly before you can start healing it - for your battery devices, this should be ok as you can initialise it close to the controller, and then move it and see if it helps…. It is linked to the initialisation stage. OH2 Snapshot online version: This happens to all of my nodes.

Error deserialising XML file. In zwave1 I have used the following item configuration: Hi Chris This is the xml file of the node which lacks the scen activation functionality node But I should have quoted never the less.

Oops, I have uploaded the old file from the OH1 binding. This one should be the right one: The database is copied over most days though… Which devices do you want updated?

However, at the moment, this requires that the node initialise properly before you can start healing it - for your battery devices, this should be ok as you can initialise it close to the controller, and then move it and see if it helps… Let me know if this helps tomorrow.