[JDEV] About IRC Transport
sivakumarmalli at yahoo.com
Fri Oct 19 09:51:18 CDT 2001
Oops, i was sending all these messages without the
room at the particular IRC server. Sorry for wasting
your time. Now i get connected to the room and get the
list of all the users in that room. But is there any
client that supports this protocol. I am using WinJab
and it doesn't seem to do this when i say conference
and join to the particular room in "irc.getpaq.com".
Hope WinJab supports this in the future.
I apologize again for wasting your time.
--- Benoit Orihuela <borihuela at idealx.com> wrote: >
> > <iq type='get' to='#lobby at irc.getpaq.com'>
> > <enter xmlns='jabber:iq:conference'/>
> > </iq>
> > message to the server. But there was no reply from
> the server. There was no
> > error at the server side also. After that without
> waiting for the response i
> > sent
> > <iq type='set' to='#lobby at irc.getpaq.com'><enter
> > to the server but now it gave
> > <iq type='error' to='siva at getpaq.com/Home'
> > from='#lobby at irc.getpaq.com'><enter
> > code='404'>Not Found</error></iq>
> hmmm, normally, you receive 404 errors when trying
> to enter a channel
> that does not exist. but you receive such errors
> when you send the iq
> type=get packet, not when sending the iq type=set
> but, sometimes, it takes a long time to establish a
> connection with an
> IRC server. maybe, you sent the iq type=set before
> irc-t could verify
> if the channel exists or not and the 404 packet you
> receive is the
> response to your first request (you can add ids to
> the iq packets, to
> check what request it is responding to)
> PS : if you want further investigation about your
> pb, you can send me
> the jabber logs ...
> Benoit Orihuela
> IDEALX S.A.S.
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