[jdev] Serving the jabber applet through a proxy

Matthias Wimmer m at tthias.net
Fri Jul 9 03:55:15 CDT 2004


Hi Trejkaz!

Trejkaz Xaoza schrieb am 2004-07-09 08:45:30:
> But what you need to be sure the applet's connection will work everywhere is 
> to install a Jabber applet with the HTTP polling feature.  I've confirmed 
> that this works although the implementation of HTTP polling written for the 
> jabber applet is a bit inefficient.

I made the oppsite experience. Some time ago I implemented the old HTTP
polling protocol in Jabberapplet and it did not help very much users. My
intention was that the HTTP requests a Java applet generates would be
send using the configured proxy server.
My experience was that this was not the case: the HTTP requests were
still sent out directly without using the HTTP proxy ... in fact the
HTTP proxy was not even usable as its host was blocked by the Java sand
box.

I guess the best choise to make Jabber available without installing a
client and to be able to pass though proxies is to use a pure HTML
client.


Tot kijk
    Matthias

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