[JDEV] Client writable server data
bbrown at icce-t.com
Mon Dec 3 15:59:18 CST 2001
Thanks, I'll check it out!
--On Monday, December 03, 2001 02:56:51 PM -0600 Thomas Muldowney
<temas at box5.net> wrote:
> Without writing a new module you'll be restricted to using client space
> since you are authenticated as a client. If you become a component you
> get to access XDB directly with the <xdb/> element. Here's a component
> document I recently wrote if you are curious about them:
> Generally it's sounding like you want to be a component to me.
> On Mon, Dec 03, 2001 at 12:55:16PM -0700, Brian Brown wrote:
>> --On Sunday, December 02, 2001 07:54:19 PM -0600 Thomas Muldowney
>> <temas at box5.net> wrote:
>> > Public XML data storage is possible here is an example:
>> > <iq type='set' id='public_set_3' to='user at server'>
>> > <query xmlns='my_namespace'>
>> > <data/>
>> > </query>
>> > </iq>
>> > The few restrictions are that you can not use a jabber: namespace they
>> > are reserverd by the system. The other main thing is to make sure you
>> > are sending to the user.
>> > Another thought, are you doing something that should be a component
>> > rather than a user?
>> I think that's part of what I'm trying to figure out. I am already using
>> the feature you show above; what I'm after is writing to somewhere on
>> the server that is not tied a specific user, so I can store server wide
>> info that needs to be updated from specific clients. I found a
>> reference to using alternate namespaces in the xdb config... I just
>> haven't tested that yet to see if it would work.
>> > --temas
>> Any other thoughts?
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> Thomas Muldowney
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