[jadmin] Newbie Inquiry

shewman shewman at aziza.net
Tue Feb 12 09:55:33 CST 2002


Hey Tim,

Thanks for the links. You saved me some time, I'll just follow up with
applet developer.

Thanks Again!!!

----- Original Message -----
From: "Tim Böckers" <tim at integranet.cl>
To: <jadmin at jabber.org>
Sent: Tuesday, February 12, 2002 10:36 AM
Subject: Re: [jadmin] Newbie Inquiry


hiya,

while i couldn' t tell you a thing that would actually answer your questions
maybe this [1] would be of any help? from what i understood from their site
is that you would need java loaded on but neither quote me on anything i
said
nor let me confuse you...

tim

[1]
http://sourceforge.net/projects/jabberapplet/
http://jabberapplet.sourceforge.net/


> We want on integrate Jabber with our web site. Instead of having a
separate
> client app, we want to embed it in our site so it's easier for users since
> the focus will always be on the site. Basically, 2 frames; one will
contain
> web page stuff and the other will contain jabber java client. The other
> trick is that we want to integrate the dynamic web pages with Jabber, i.e.
> A member will view a supplier who is online, he/she clicks on IM button
and
> the member is brought to the Jabber client to send a message. Conversely,
> the original member can still surf the site. Now if someone receives a
> message from someone, they can click on person's name via Jabber and the
> web site will bring up the suppliers profile.
>
> The last section is what I'm not sure about since we are running Cold
> Fusion on Windows 2000. Does the Cold Fusion also have to have Java loaded
> on it and does it require XML???
>
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