Impossible to remove associations in expert

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bogr
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Impossible to remove associations in expert

Post by bogr »

Hi,

I'm having huge problems with associations for my Qubino Flush 2 Relays. In the Association tab I have e.g. managed to add multiple associations which I want to remove. Pressing "x" just turns all associations yellow and nothing more happens. Log shows:

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[2016-01-25 23:21:19.066] [I] [zway] Adding job: MultiChannelAssociation Remove
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.066] [I] [zway] Adding job: MultiChannelAssociation Get
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.070] [D] [zway] SENDING (cb 0x92): ( 01 11 00 13 0A 0A 60 0D 00 02 8E 04 02 00 01 01 25 92 AD )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.073] [D] [zway] RECEIVED ACK
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.077] [D] [zway] RECEIVED: ( 01 04 01 13 01 E8 )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.078] [D] [zway] SENT ACK
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.078] [D] [zway] Delivered to Z-Wave stack
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.102] [D] [zway] RECEIVED: ( 01 07 00 13 92 00 00 02 7B )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.102] [D] [zway] SENT ACK
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.102] [I] [zway] Job 0x13 (MultiChannelAssociation Remove): Delivered
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.102] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo.delivered = True
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.102] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo.packetLength = 13 (0x0000000d)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.102] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo.deliveryTime = 24 (0x00000018)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.103] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo = **********
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.103] [D] [zway] SendData Response with callback 0x92 received: received by recipient
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.103] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastSend = 1882901 (0x001cbb15)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.103] [D] [zway] Job 0x13 (MultiChannelAssociation Remove): success
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.103] [I] [zway] Removing job: MultiChannelAssociation Remove
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.174] [D] [zway] SENDING (cb 0x93): ( 01 0E 00 13 0A 07 60 0D 00 02 8E 02 02 25 93 B8 )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.176] [D] [zway] RECEIVED ACK
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.180] [D] [zway] RECEIVED: ( 01 04 01 13 01 E8 )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.180] [D] [zway] SENT ACK
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.181] [D] [zway] Delivered to Z-Wave stack
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.204] [D] [zway] RECEIVED: ( 01 07 00 13 93 00 00 02 7A )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.205] [D] [zway] SENT ACK
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.205] [I] [zway] Job 0x13 (MultiChannelAssociation Get): Delivered
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.205] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo.delivered = True
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.205] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo.packetLength = 10 (0x0000000a)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.205] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo.deliveryTime = 24 (0x00000018)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.205] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastPacketInfo = **********
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.206] [D] [zway] SendData Response with callback 0x93 received: received by recipient
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.206] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastSend = 1882911 (0x001cbb1f)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.206] [D] [zway] Job 0x13 (MultiChannelAssociation Get): success
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.206] [I] [zway] Removing job: MultiChannelAssociation Get
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.214] [D] [zway] RECEIVED: ( 01 0F 00 04 00 0A 09 60 0D 02 00 8E 03 02 10 00 07 )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.215] [D] [zway] SENT ACK
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.215] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.data.lastReceived = 0 (0x00000000)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [I] [zway] Node 10:2 CC MultiChannelAssociation: Group 2 report
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.instances.2.commandClasses.142.data.2.max = 16 (0x00000010)
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.instances.2.commandClasses.133.data.2.nodes = byte[0]
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway]   ( zero-length buffer )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.instances.2.commandClasses.142.data.2.nodesInstances = byte[0]
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway]   ( zero-length buffer )
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.instances.2.commandClasses.133.data.2.nodesToFollow = **********
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.instances.2.commandClasses.142.data.2.nodesInstancesToFollow = **********
[2016-01-25 23:21:19.216] [D] [zway] SETDATA devices.10.instances.2.commandClasses.142.data.2 = Empty
Last edited by bogr on 27 Jan 2016 11:06, edited 1 time in total.
bogr
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Re: Impossible to remove associations in expert

Post by bogr »

Ok, now I've been digging some more into this mess. I don't know whether to "blame" Qubino or z-way ;) . This is what the Association tab looks like. The "ZDDX/791-0159-0002-0051-03-04-05-01-01.xml" states that there are 8 groups. The GUI doesn't match the results I'm getting when checking the settings:

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ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[1].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453848085,"updateTime":1453848196,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[2].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842443,"updateTime":1453842445,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[3].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842743,"updateTime":1453842744,"type":"binary","value":[1]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[4].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842443,"updateTime":1453842444,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[5].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842443,"updateTime":1453848342,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[6].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453848327,"updateTime":1453848328,"type":"binary","value":[1]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[7].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842443,"updateTime":1453842445,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[0].commandClasses[133].data[8].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842443,"updateTime":1453842445,"type":"binary","value":[]}


ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[1].commandClasses[133].data[1].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453842445,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[1].commandClasses[133].data[2].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453842446,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[1].commandClasses[133].data[3].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453842446,"type":"binary","value":[1]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[1].commandClasses[133].data[4].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453842446,"type":"binary","value":[]}


ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[2].commandClasses[133].data[1].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453842447,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[2].commandClasses[133].data[2].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453848364,"type":"binary","value":[]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[2].commandClasses[133].data[3].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453842447,"type":"binary","value":[1]}

ZWaveAPI/Run/devices[10].instances[2].commandClasses[133].data[4].nodes
{"invalidateTime":1453842444,"updateTime":1453842447,"type":"binary","value":[]}
The only thing that seem correct is the group 6, which has value 1 and also seen in gui, otherwise id does not add up? Verifying the text from Groups 3 in the description.xml matches the one in GUI, but it still doesn't show that the value is set, as the device shows:

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        <assocGroup number="3" maxNodes="16">
            <description>
                <lang xml:lang="de"></lang>
                <lang xml:lang="en">switch binary report (triggered at change of the output Q1 state and reflecting its state)
</lang>
              </description>
In Active Associations there's yet another view - lifeline that does'n match the actual settings?

Don't know how the gui is getting it's values, but something seems to be very off? Is nobody else using Qubino and have same experiences? I've read Qubino ZMNHDD1 associations & wrong endpoint numbering and geirgp seem to have similar problems, but there's no feedback to his post :cry: .
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geirgp
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Re: Impossible to remove associations in expert

Post by geirgp »

yeah, not much feedback to that post you referred to, nor to the github issue I created for it: https://github.com/Z-Wave-Me/ExpertUI/issues/167

However, seems like the developers have noticed my post, and created their own issue https://github.com/Z-Wave-Me/ExpertUI/issues/170
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PoltoS
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Re: Impossible to remove associations in expert

Post by PoltoS »

in v2.2.1 we have improved a lot
bogr
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Re: Impossible to remove associations in expert

Post by bogr »

not in this area ;). Something has changed though, but instead now I don't see _any_ associations at all for the Fibaro devices.
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