lukasm at wp-sa.pl
Fri Jan 10 05:37:38 CST 2003
Matthias Wimmer wrote:
> Hi Lukas!
> lukasm wrote:
>> Apache module is not good idea. I would write normal jabberd module
>> with listen socket.
>> Then PHP or java or .... can connect to that module and take data.
>> Not everybody use apache and PHP.
> The problem if you don't write it as a module for your webserver is,
> that you can't use it from Java applets as they only can connect to
> where they have been loaded from (same is true for other things like
> If you write it as an extension to the Jabber server you either have
> to listen on an other port or ip address then the webserver. If you
> use an other IP address you have the descibed problems, if you use an
> other port you can get in problems with restrictive web proxies ...
> and they are one of the reasons why web clients are used most.
I see no problem, write separated jabberd module and also apache module
for java support. Apache module
only would forward data to jabberd module.
Apache is not very stable, and most important think in webclient is not
> Tot kijk
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