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by kambis
30 Jun 2014 03:20
Forum: Device specific
Topic: SensorValueLogging with Fibaro FGFS-101
Replies: 5
Views: 10265

HA module for EventLogging

Thank you pofs, this leads me to think of making a userModule to realize event logging to a remote site, even if the desired monitoring event is an alarm. I've started to investigate a bit to write a module, were you can pass-over manually a path to the Z-Way object tree like 12:2:156:0 ( Node:Insta...
by kambis
30 Jun 2014 03:01
Forum: Recipes
Topic: [HowTo] Understanding, viewing and editing JSON files
Replies: 6
Views: 13762

[HowTo] Understanding, viewing and editing JSON files

as part of my studies on Z-Way programming and debugging, I was faced to read and understand JSON files within the home automation Module and userModule folders. Google searches resulted into several tools especially online ones for handling JSON files. But one local editing tool was in my case the ...
by kambis
29 Jun 2014 19:56
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Debugger for Z-Way JavaScript
Replies: 51
Views: 87472

Re: Debugger for Z-Way JavaScript

Hi raZcherry, yes, in the new version .json file is located in the storage and it gets generated automatically. You don't need to take care of it. Also there is no need to have the automation-file entry in the config.xml file. Here is mine: <config> <device>/dev/ttyAMA0</device> <config-dir></config...
by kambis
29 Jun 2014 04:15
Forum: Device specific
Topic: SensorValueLogging with Fibaro FGFS-101
Replies: 5
Views: 10265

SensorValueLogging with Fibaro FGFS-101

My aim is to set up the SensorValueLogging home-automation module to send Fibaro's Flood sensor (FGFS-101) events to a remote sever for further actions. Below a screenshot of successfully included Flood sensor (with no assosiations): floodsensor.png As a result the Z-Way-Server creates widgets relat...
by kambis
25 Jun 2014 18:44
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Debugger for Z-Way JavaScript
Replies: 51
Views: 87472

How to instruct the debugger to stop at first HA code line

Hi raZcherry, let me try to give you a starting point: As you mentioned you can see the .js files. That is a good starting point. Open two SSH sessions in parallel from your PC to the RPi and log into them at the same time. In the first SSH session start the node-inspector and check on your PC if yo...
by kambis
23 Jun 2014 18:42
Forum: RaZberry
Topic: Debugger for Z-Way JavaScript
Replies: 51
Views: 87472

How I installed the node, npm & node-inspector on RPi

I had to spend some hours to find out how to install the node-inspector on my RPi. For others to have it faster done here how I did it: Note: To prevent typing 'sudo' all the time I logged to my RPi as root and updated my RPi using: apt-get upgrade apt-get update Then I searched for the latest distr...