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1 parent 318e962 commit 399d5d7f02a956db7aee65304cb705437e397487 @christianbauer christianbauer committed Jan 4, 2017
@@ -121,9 +121,9 @@ public void update(String state) {
LOG.fine("Ignoring update, sensor is not running: " + getSensorDefinition());
return;
}
- SensorState evt = process(state);
- LOG.fine("Update on ID " + getSensorDefinition().getSensorID() + ", processed '" + state + "', created: " + evt);
- agentContext.update(evt);
+ SensorState resultState = process(state);
+ LOG.fine("Update on ID " + getSensorDefinition().getSensorID() + ", input string: '" + state + "', result state: " + resultState);
+ agentContext.update(resultState);
}
/**
@@ -24,6 +24,31 @@
import java.util.Collection;
+/**
+ * A Protocol implementation must have a unique name in a VM. TODO This is not enforced.
+ * <p>
+ * OpenRemote protocols are in {@link org.openremote.Constants#PROTOCOL_NAMESPACE}.
+ * <p>
+ * The Protocol implementation can receive {@link org.openremote.model.AttributeValueChange} messages on the
+ * {@link #ACTUATOR_TOPIC}. It can produce {@link org.openremote.model.AttributeValueChange} messages on the
+ * {@link #SENSOR_TOPIC}.
+ * <p>
+ * The linked attributes of a protocol provide the model for the protocol to perform these operations. How
+ * attributes and value changes map to actual device and service calls is up to the implementation.
+ * <p>
+ * The linked protocol handles south-bound read and write of the attribute value: If the user writes
+ * a new value into the Thing attribute, the protocol translates this value change into a
+ * device (or service) action. If the actual state of the device (or service) changes, the linked
+ * protocol writes the new state into the attribute value and the asset system user is notified of the change.
+ * <p>
+ * Data type conversion is also delegated to the Protocol implementation: If an attribute has a particular
+ * AttributeType and therefore a certain JsonValue, the Protocol must receive and send value change messages
+ * with values of that type.
+ * TODO: Some kind of converter system can be introduced later, although I find JsonValue#asXXX() is already a good utility for protocol implementators.
+ * <p>
+ * Protocol-specific meta items required for the link can be added to Thing attributes, such as the
+ * Hue light identifier or the ZWave node and command.
+ */
public interface Protocol extends ContainerService {
// TODO: Some of these options should be configurable depending on expected load etc.
@@ -6,10 +6,12 @@ import org.openremote.agent.AgentService
import org.openremote.agent.rules.RulesProvider
import org.openremote.agent.sensor.CustomSensorState
import org.openremote.test.ContainerTrait
+import spock.lang.Ignore
import spock.lang.Specification
import java.util.stream.Stream
+@Ignore // TODO: Fix test, use BlockingVariables, PollingConditions, etc.
class PIDTest extends Specification implements ContainerTrait {
def "PID controller basic test"() {
@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@
public class PersistenceEvent<T> {
// TODO: Make configurable
- public static final String PERSISTENCE_EVENT_TOPIC =
+ public static final String PERSISTENCE_TOPIC =
"seda://PersistenceTopic?multipleConsumers=true&discardIfNoConsumers=true";
public static final String HEADER_ENTITY_TYPE = PersistenceEvent.class.getSimpleName() + ".ENTITY_TYPE";
@@ -112,7 +112,7 @@ public void afterCompletion(int status) {
for (PersistenceEvent persistenceEvent : persistenceEvents) {
messageBrokerService.getProducerTemplate().sendBodyAndHeader(
- PersistenceEvent.PERSISTENCE_EVENT_TOPIC,
+ PersistenceEvent.PERSISTENCE_TOPIC,
ExchangePattern.InOnly,
persistenceEvent,
PersistenceEvent.HEADER_ENTITY_TYPE,
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@
import java.util.logging.Logger;
import static org.openremote.agent3.protocol.Protocol.SENSOR_TOPIC;
-import static org.openremote.container.persistence.PersistenceEvent.PERSISTENCE_EVENT_TOPIC;
+import static org.openremote.container.persistence.PersistenceEvent.PERSISTENCE_TOPIC;
import static org.openremote.manager.server.asset.AssetPredicates.isPersistenceEventForAssetType;
import static org.openremote.manager.server.asset.AssetPredicates.isPersistenceEventForEntityType;
import static org.openremote.model.asset.AssetType.AGENT;
@@ -83,7 +83,7 @@ public void stop(Container container) throws Exception {
public void configure() throws Exception {
// If any agent or thing was modified in the database, deploy the changes
- from(PERSISTENCE_EVENT_TOPIC)
+ from(PERSISTENCE_TOPIC)
.filter(isPersistenceEventForEntityType(Asset.class))
.process(exchange -> {
PersistenceEvent persistenceEvent = exchange.getIn().getBody(PersistenceEvent.class);
@@ -129,8 +129,9 @@ protected void deployThing(Asset thing, PersistenceEvent.Cause cause) {
LOG.fine("Deploy thing: " + thing);
ThingAttributes thingAttributes = new ThingAttributes(thing);
- // Linked attributes have a reference to an agent, and a protocol configuration attribute of that agent
+ // Attributes grouped by protocol name
Map<String, List<ThingAttribute>> linkedAttributes = thingAttributes.getLinkedAttributes(
+ // Linked attributes have a reference to an agent, and a protocol configuration attribute of that agent
assetService.getAgentLinkResolver()
);
@@ -148,7 +149,6 @@ protected void deployThing(Asset thing, PersistenceEvent.Cause cause) {
linkAttributes(thing, protocols, linkedAttributes);
break;
case DELETE:
- // TODO: Are we sure that all attributes are captured here? What if someone modifies attributes and then clicks on "Delete"?
unlinkAttributes(thing, protocols, linkedAttributes);
break;
}
@@ -45,7 +45,7 @@
import java.util.List;
import java.util.logging.Logger;
-import static org.openremote.container.persistence.PersistenceEvent.PERSISTENCE_EVENT_TOPIC;
+import static org.openremote.container.persistence.PersistenceEvent.PERSISTENCE_TOPIC;
import static org.openremote.manager.server.asset.AssetPredicates.isPersistenceEventForEntityType;
import static org.openremote.manager.server.event.EventPredicates.isEventType;
import static org.openremote.model.asset.AssetType.AGENT;
@@ -125,7 +125,7 @@ public void configure() throws Exception {
);
});
- from(PERSISTENCE_EVENT_TOPIC)
+ from(PERSISTENCE_TOPIC)
.filter(isPersistenceEventForEntityType(Asset.class))
.process(exchange -> {
PersistenceEvent persistenceEvent = exchange.getIn().getBody(PersistenceEvent.class);
@@ -20,7 +20,6 @@
package org.openremote.model.asset;
import elemental.json.JsonObject;
-import org.openremote.Constants;
import javax.persistence.*;
import javax.validation.constraints.NotNull;
@@ -34,7 +33,7 @@
* The main model class of this software.
* <p>
* An asset is an identifiable item in a composite relationship with other assets. This tree
- * of assets can managed through a <code>null</code> {@link #parentId} property for root
+ * of assets can be managed through a <code>null</code> {@link #parentId} property for root
* items, and a valid parent identifier for sub-items.
* <p>
* Each asset has dynamically typed optional attributes with an underlying
@@ -83,6 +83,10 @@
AGENT("urn:openremote:asset:agent", true, null),
+ /**
+ * When a Thing asset is modified (created, updated, deleted), its attributes are examined
+ * and linked to and unlinked from the configured Protocol.
+ */
THING("urn:openremote:asset:thing", true, null);
final protected String value;

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