[JDEV] A report and a dumb question
jdraughn at kiorisoft.com
Sat Oct 6 00:55:08 CDT 2001
That appears right, are you sending a '\n' at the end of the <stream/>
I sent and received the following to jabber.org:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?><stream:stream to="jabber.org"
<stream:stream from='jabber.org' id='818329832' xmlns='jabber:client'
The above was via a "telnet jabber.org 5222" and sending the xml
manually with a \n after the <stream/> tag sent to the server.
On Sat, 2001-10-06 at 00:15, John Bell wrote:
> New to jabber,
> I just tried to post a question on the "client development" forum on jabber.org since it's a real novice question and that's the right place for that. In the message I posted some xml that was giving me a bit of a problem, but it seems the server isn't encoding the messages, converting "<" with "<" so all my code samples got eaten up by the server and dissapeared from the message text. I think it would be a good enhancement to the server, to encode the message text.
> So I've come this far, I may as well ask my dumb question here, I know this is not the right place but I hope you'll excuse me:
> I'm writing a client in Java on Win2000, and I can't seem to be able the initialize the connection to jabber.org. Using the Java URLConnection object and JAXP 1.1 DefaultHandler for the parser. I send the following initialization on the output stream:
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?><stream:stream to="jabber.org" xmlns="jabber:client" xmlns:stream="http://etherx.jabber.org/streams">
> I get the following error set back from the server in the <stream:error> tag:
> Invalid XML received; connection closed.
> Is the "to:" line correct for the jabber.org server? Any other ideas?
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