[JDEV] Is it possible to prevent registered transport layersautomatically logging in?

Richard Dobson richard at dobson-i.net
Mon Jan 13 05:07:47 CST 2003

> Hi Philip!
> Philip Shepherd wrote:
> >>Before you are sending the <presence/> packet, send an individual
> >>presence to the transports that shows you as offline (<presence
> >>to='transport.domain.com' type='unavailable'/>).
> >>
> >>
> >
> >I've not yet been able to get this to work properly.  Sending the
> >"unavailable"
> >presence to a transport layer, does cause the the layer to logout.
> >global presence messages are still received by the transport layer, so as
> >soon as I send a global presence message, the transport layer logs back
> >
> AFAIK this shouldn't happen. The session manager should keep track of
> individual presences and not use the default presence for them.

Urm no I dont think it should, the session manager only keeps track of
individual presences in order to send them unavailables when you logout or

> >This behaviour seems to be dependent on the way the Jabber server
> >individual presence messages.  i.e. We would get the desired effect if
> >Jabber
> >server did not send global presence messages to jid's which have already
> >received
> >an individual presence message.
> >
> >If you know of a Jabber server with which this tactic is known to work,
> >please
> >send me the details so I can resolve this issue on my own Jabber server.
> >
> The session manager of jabberd 1.4.x should work this way.

I dont think it does or should for that matter.


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