[JDEV] Online status on a webpage

Robert Temple robert.temple at dig.com
Mon Feb 19 01:59:51 CST 2001

You can do it like MSN messenger does it.  In IE, JavaScript accesses the 
Messenger application's COM object and asks it for the status of buddies,
and the draws them accordingly.


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From: Kok Leong [mailto:chan.kok.leong at biztone.com]
Sent: Sunday, February 18, 2001 7:22 PM
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Subject: [JDEV] Online status on a webpage

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I've looked at the archives and did not find anything on how to view a
user's online status on a webpage. An example would be Yahoo where it
provides a link to be included in a html page and updates the page (
showing online or offline icons ) accordingly.
I could think of using Jabberbeans to interface to the server through a
servlet and have the servlet generate online status on the html page...
Is there any other way to do this?

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