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Chris Shafer wcshafer at cablespeed.com
Fri Jan 3 15:10:02 CST 2003

Not all browsers can handle JS. I didn't even bother looking at the JEPs
before I started blazing away at my system. 

Sense HTTP keep alive is part of the http 1.1 standard(rfc 2068) I feel
that most browsers should support this.

PS In my last post and forgot to edit before I hit the send button. I
need to get some sleep. 

On Fri, 2003-01-03 at 15:14, Adrian Rapa wrote:
> OK, i was thinking at the folowing 2 ways:
> 1. Use a http polling component as describe in jep. The problem is that
> there is only one component and is a servlet, so it will run only with
> Java orientaed webserver. SO here should be written a http polling
> component for apache and a php/asp page that will be relaoded periodicaly.
> 2. Use a continous http connection. i tried this in past but then i have
> in mind to use separate windows like in exodus, but now i am thinking that
> we could use a single window too like in tkabber for example. This method
> has the disadvantage that the connexion can be interrupted and it can be
> reestablished only by loging on.
> I was thinking of using a stream. as the xml came from jabberd the php/asp
> should interpret it and output javascript, html and DHTML
> Also there is a problem with this. i dont know if all browsers can handle
> this IE can for sure.
> The java/flash are not very good because not all browsers seport java and
> flash...
> If you have any other ideeas.. please post it on the list
> Adrian Rapa
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