[JDEV] MQSeries and Jabber
stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Jun 7 17:28:25 CDT 2001
Presence is sent to the server from the client only once, then the server
takes over from there.
On Thu, 7 Jun 2001, Rahul Dave wrote:
> I got this from you:
> > Al Sutton wrote:
> > >
> > > One of the big differences I can see is that MQ is a publish/subscribe
> > > architecture (i.e. one person publishes a message, others subscribe to the
> > > channel and all subscribers receive that message), where as Jabber is
> > > designed with point-to-point communication being the main concern.
> > But you forget that presence itself is fundamentally a publish/subscribe
> > system. It's secondary use is to setup point-to-point message routing.
> > Both interfaces can and will be generalized as communication models.
> > sdw
> > > Al.
> > >
> > > P.S. I'm aware of the efforts going into conferencing, but the basis of
> > > Jabber seems to have been point-to-point.
> Currently, if one wants to multicast a message in jabber, dosent the client
> have to pull over the roster and send messages one by one to the server, which
> routes them?
> Does presence work in the same way? or can the server send the presence
> update to interested parties?
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