[JDEV] XDB Component in Java
wasted at shwango.com
Wed Apr 18 10:13:33 CDT 2001
Yeah, I agree! Gimme! ;-)
I had been playing around with the xdb_odbc stuff, but java would be
better - since we're using JDBC already.
I like org.jabber.xdb better as well.
On Wed, 18 Apr 2001 mark at mjwilcox.com wrote:
> This sound real cool.
> Are you doing it as a server or command line call?
> As for packaging, I think org.jabber.xdb is prefferable since that's
> what it is. And anyone familiar to Jabber server will know that xdb
> is the backend to Jabberd.
> Licensing -- Most of the Jabber stuff falls under JOSL but an
> Apache or BSD license would be ok by most people, but GPL
> probably wouldn't (at least it would limit to the places where it
> might get used). However, note that under JOSL, Apache/BSD
> people can take it, & compile it into their code & can add
> proprietary extensions. That may or may not matter to y'all.
> On 17 Apr 01, at 16:08, Matt Diez wrote:
> > We've got the beginnings of an xdb backend written in Java, and
> > are presently looking to make it open to the public.
> > Presently it supports registration and authentication over the
> > jabber:iq:auth:0k namespace, handles rosters, and temporary
> > vcards (offline message and filter support will be forthcoming).
> > It should be able to talk to just about any JDBC friendly
> > DBMS (although at present most development has been
> > on PostgreSQL). So, this should take care of Oracle, MS SQL 7.0,
> > DB2, etc, etc, etc.
> > The point:
> > I was rather curious if any of you had any suggestions as to how
> > best to package this. I was thinking that something along the lines
> > of: org.jabber.xdb or org.jabber.backends.xdb
> > Similarly, I'd like to know about any licensing issues I should be
> > made aware of.
> > Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated. (Presently, we're
> > looking at putting up a Sourceforge site, etc, etc, etc).
> > Matthew D. Diez
> Mark Wilcox
> mark at mjwilcox.com
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