[JDEV] possible JabberIM bug
Sebastiaan 'CBAS' Deckers
cbas at screaming3d.com
Sat Oct 27 04:41:37 CDT 2001
I'm getting similar behaviour when sending jabber:iq:oob IQ's.
Both WinJab and Jabber IM ignore the ID (in fact, Jabber IM replies with an
It's screwing up my syncing too, can the programmers responsible please fix
these bugs or tell us what's going on?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Chris Chen" <ckchris at idream.net>
To: <jdev at jabber.org>
Sent: Friday, October 26, 2001 2:05 AM
Subject: [JDEV] possible JabberIM bug
> Is this supposed to be correct?
> I'm sending jabber:iq:last message to check when the user was last signed
> on. By the specs, if the user is online, the user's client will reply
> the number of seconds the user has been idle. If the user is not online,
> it will let you know when he/she was last online. The checking of the
> when the user is offline is correct and works fine. however, the Jabber
> for Windows client does not reply correctly when it comes to replying on
> the idle time.
> The Jabber Instant Messenger that Jabber releases replies back the idle
> time correctly, but does not use the ID that the requester submit. For
> instance, if I submitted a message a user using JabberIM:
> (something like this)
> <iq id="20000" type="get">
> <query xmlns="jabber:iq:last"/>
> I get back a message that contains a totally different ID:
> <iq id="IM_23832blahblah" type="result">
> This is screwing up my synchronized messaging capabilities because my
> synchronized message request is looking for a reply with the same ID but
> never comes.
> So is that proper behavior or is it the specs that are being a little bit
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