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Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« on: December 28, 2007, 07:03:59 am »
I can't seem to get it working..  I've documented it in my thread 'current status of Insteon PLM Integration'

Thanks..

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #1 on: December 28, 2007, 12:47:54 pm »
BuMp

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #2 on: December 28, 2007, 01:10:26 pm »
BuMp

HeLp!!!

PlEaSe!

have you seen my denon/marantz/... script? That workes fine for a gsd when the pnp type and the script is set correctly in the device template.

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #3 on: December 28, 2007, 01:11:48 pm »
I'm not talking about the script...
it's the device detection... INSIDE my driver..
I'm trying to report child devices...
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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #4 on: December 28, 2007, 01:13:33 pm »
I'm not talking about the script...
it's the device detection... INSIDE my driver..
I'm trying to report child devices...

sorry, i got that wrong..
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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #5 on: December 28, 2007, 01:16:17 pm »
NP, thanks anyway...

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #6 on: December 28, 2007, 06:37:07 pm »
Ok, I found some mistakes...
I dug into the database, and found I was using wrong values..
Here's my modified test code:
Code: [Select]
  myDevFrom = device_.devid_
  myDevTo = -1001
  myDevPriority = 1
  myDevType = 2 #event
  myDevID = 65 # Device Detected
  #create command
  cmd = Command.new(myDevFrom, myDevTo, myDevPriority, myDevType, myDevID)
  #Add params...
  cmd.params_[56] = "73" # environment - Lighting Device
  cmd.params_[49] = "38" # Light (dimmable)
  cmd.params_[55] = "12|0A.97.0B\n" # test lamp module
  cmd.params_[13] = "TEST LampLinc V2" # text to display
  cmd.params_[52] = "11"
  cmd.params_[53] = "2"
  cmd.params_[54] = "pnpserialnumber"
  cmd.params_[59] = "Insteon PLM"
  SendCommand(cmd)
  #Now, Fire the Done Detecting event...
  cmd = Command.new(myDevFrom, myDevTo, myDevPriority, myDevType, 74) #Done detecting...
  cmd.params_[59] = "Insteon PLM"
  SendCommand(cmd)
Now, This DID fire into the wizard, but ONLY on the hybrid...
None of the other MD's fired the event...

Here's the log...
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Event #65 has no handlers <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051 Received Message from 37 (PLM / Office) to -1001 (unknown / ), type 2 id 65 Event:Device Detected, retry none, parameters: <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 5(Mac Address):  <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 13(Text): TEST LampLinc V2 <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 28(IP Address):  <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 49(PK_DeviceTemplate): 38 <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 51(VendorModelID):  <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 52(PK_CommMethod): 11 <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 53(PK_PnpProtocol): 2 <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 54(PNP Serial Number): pnpserialnumber <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 55(DeviceData): 12|0A.97.0B
 <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 56(Category): 73 <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.051   Parameter 59(Signature): Insteon PLM <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.083 Event #74 has no handlers <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.083 Received Message from 37 (PLM / Office) to -1001 (unknown / ), type 2 id 74 Event:Done Detecting Devices, retry none, parameters: <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.083   Parameter 59(Signature): Insteon PLM <0xb1426b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964 Event #65 has no handlers <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964 Received Message from 1 (CORE / Office) to -1001 (unknown / ), type 2 id 65 Event:Device Detected, retry none, parameters: <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 5(Mac Address): 00:40:63:EE:37:BC <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 13(Text):  <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 28(IP Address): 192.168.80.3 <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 49(PK_DeviceTemplate): 1837 <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 51(VendorModelID):  <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 52(PK_CommMethod): 3 <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 53(PK_PnpProtocol): 2 <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 54(PNP Serial Number): \\192.168.80.3 <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 55(DeviceData): 186|DCEROUTER <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 56(Category): fileserver <0x670a4b90>
07 12/28/07 10:06:59.964   Parameter 59(Signature):  <0x670a4b90>
05 12/28/07 10:07:00.015 Socket::ReceiveData 0x9497fa00 failed, bytes left 0 start: 900000 1: 0 1b: 0 2: 0 2b: 0 m_Socket: 178 Incoming_Conn Socket 178 127.0.0.1 <0x670a4b90>
05 12/28/07 10:07:00.015 Socket::ReceiveString2 ReceiveData failed m_Socket: -1 Incoming_Conn Socket 178 127.0.0.1 <0x670a4b90>
05 12/28/07 10:07:00.015 TCPIP: Closing connection to -1003 (Router Dev #0) 0x9497fa00 m_Socket: -1 <0x670a4b90>
05 12/28/07 10:07:00.016 Router::RemoveAndDeleteSocket 0x9497fa00 -1003 <0x670a4b90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.063 Received Message from 37 (PLM / Office) to OnScreen Orbiter(20), type 1 id  809 Command:Display Alert, retry none, parameters: <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.063   Parameter 9(Text): 36857 Confirming 73Light Switch (dimmable) <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.063   Parameter 70(Tokens): pnp_36857 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.063   Parameter 182(Timeout): 3 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.063   Parameter 251(Interruption): 2 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.064 Received Message from 14 (Plug And Play Plug-in / Office) to OnScreen Orbiter(20), type 1 id  741 Command:Goto Screen, retry none, parameters: <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.064   Parameter 159(PK_Screen): 116 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.064   Parameter 163(Description): Light Switch (dimmable)(Pluto / Lighting Device) <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.064   Parameter 224(PK_PnpQueue): 36857 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.064   Parameter 251(Interruption): 3 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.064   Parameter 252(Turn On): 0 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.064   Parameter 253(Queue): 1 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069 Received Message from 20 (OnScreen Orbiter / Office) to 6 (Datagrid Plug-in / Office), type 1 id 35 Command:Populate Datagrid, retry none, parameters: <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 4(PK_Variable): 0 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 5(Value To Assign):  <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 10(ID): 1 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 15(DataGrid ID): pnp_20 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 38(PK_DataGrid): 44 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 39(Options): 36857 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 40(IsSuccessful): 1 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 44(PK_DeviceTemplate): 0 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 60(Width): 3 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.069   Parameter 61(Height): 5 <0x7a8cbb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.075 Received Message from 1 (CORE / Office) to OnScreen Orbiter(20),OnScreen Orbiter(59), type 1 id  809 Command:Display Alert, retry none, parameters: <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.075   Parameter 9(Text): 36858 Done with new device fileserver Added: Fiire Station 1 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.075   Parameter 70(Tokens): pnp_36858 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.075   Parameter 182(Timeout): 2 <0x972edb90>
08 12/28/07 10:07:00.075   Parameter 251(Interruption): 2 <0x972edb90>
05 12/28/07 10:07:00.083 Plug_And_Play_Plugin::PNPDevices Parms=36857 returning sole device template 38 Light Switch (dimmable) <0x8d8f1b90>
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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #7 on: December 28, 2007, 07:07:38 pm »
AAAARRRRGGHH
Ok, I've got it reporting, but it ONLY reports on the CORE!
It's doing EXACTLY what I want it to do! Just not on ALL Orbiters as explained in the PnP wiki...

I've checked to make sure my orbiters have registered, and they say YES.
I think I'll try a reboot....

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #8 on: December 28, 2007, 07:24:18 pm »
Ok, I think I know what's happening...
all my MD's and Orbiters are MUNCHED.
Probably from me attempting PnP with bad data...
I have to reinstall... again....
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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #9 on: December 28, 2007, 07:53:28 pm »
AAAARRRRGGHH
Ok, I've got it reporting, but it ONLY reports on the CORE!
It's doing EXACTLY what I want it to do! Just not on ALL Orbiters as explained in the PnP wiki...

I've checked to make sure my orbiters have registered, and they say YES.
I think I'll try a reboot....

Dan

iirc the plug and play queue announcements/questions show up on the orbiters in the same room (if known), first. After some timeout they are displayed on all orbiters.

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #10 on: December 28, 2007, 07:59:28 pm »
Thanks Hari,

The Room is the one main question I need the user to answer...
so it SHOULD show up on all orbiters...

I'm pretty sure I munched my system... just reinstalling as we speak...
except, I forgot to save my Detection script :)

That's ok, I posted it here somewhere... LOL


Regards,

Dan
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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #11 on: December 28, 2007, 11:49:42 pm »
Hari, Here's another question:

I have created (used) the Configuration devdata[59] in the lighting devices...
This is not defined in the template, but added in code.

When I send param[55] Set DeviceData in the PnP, can I also send the [59] in that string too?

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #12 on: December 29, 2007, 07:00:12 pm »
to let you know, I'm trying to dig through things so I can try to help. I think we're on our own here.

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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #13 on: December 29, 2007, 09:42:35 pm »
Thanks Thom!  HUGELY appreciated!
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Re: Does anyone have ANY experience with implementing PnP
« Reply #14 on: January 03, 2008, 05:00:14 am »
Ok, I've got the PnP Wizard firing..
it tells me it's configuring the new device, and I'm to select the room...
no lights blinking..
Further investigation shows that the PK_DeviceData didn't get populated.. (where I specify Port/Channel aka insteon ID)

In params_[55] DeviceData of the event [65]DeviceDetected, it says the format is "PK_DeviceData\tIK_DeviceData\n..."
PK_DeviceData is 12 for Port/Channel
IK_DeviceData is (I assume, the value to set..) 11.11.11

so, I set that string to be: "12\t11.11.11\n"

It doesn't work.

digging even FURTHER, in the database Pluto_main in the PNPQueue table..
looking at params[55] for all the other devices shows something interesting...

They all seem to be separated using a PIPE, not a TAB/NewLine

I'm going to try that next, formatting the string as "12|11.11.11"
wish me luck!

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