Author Topic: What features do YOU want in an Insteon Interface?  (Read 4916 times)

ddamron

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Re: What features do YOU want in an Insteon Interface?
« Reply #30 on: December 18, 2007, 12:33:13 am »
That must be directed at Bulek, I'm not doing anything with perl... ;o
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Re: What features do YOU want in an Insteon Interface?
« Reply #31 on: December 18, 2007, 02:41:46 am »
I think I may have stumbled onto something... looking closer at the zwave template.. I see a command group 841 - Set Config Param..
This has a bunch of stuff that looks like it's zwave specific..
including parameters
239 NodeID (int)
248 Parameter ID (int)
48 Value (int)
Then I went into the zwave Device Template.. and found Command Group ZWave
in that command group are commands:
820 Assign return route
842 Set Association
841 Set Config Param
840 Set Wakeup

I added the zwave commandgroup to my PLM device template.
Now, when I try to manually send a command (from advanced tab) I get this in my log...

GSDMessageTranslator isCmdImplemented = false <0xb60a8b90>
05   12/17/07 18:01:49.238      #### Pre-Process Queue = 1 <0xb60a8b90>
05   12/17/07 18:01:49.238      _QueueProc Pre - 841 : 0 <0xb78abb90>
05   12/17/07 18:01:49.238      GSD-Sleep Pre 841 : 0 <0xb78abb90>
05   12/17/07 18:01:49.238      Process Queue = 1 <0xb78abb90>
01   12/17/07 18:01:49.258      For obscure reasons could not handle the message <0xb58a7b90>
05   12/17/07 18:01:49.258      GSD-Sleep Post 841 : 0 <0xb78abb90>
05   12/17/07 18:01:49.258      _QueueProc Post - 841 : 0 <0xb78abb90>

anyone have any hints for me?

I'm looking at the possibility of storing all the database deltas in my PLM device instead of in the child devices... this way I don't have to modify them...

Thanks for all your comments!

Dan
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