[jdev] New developer

Juan Jose Comellas juanjo at comellas.com.ar
Wed Jun 2 11:00:26 CDT 2004

Why don't you try the Jabber Component Runtime (JCR) for the components. You 
can download it from http://jabber.terrapin.com. It is used also by the 
jabberd MUC component.

On Wednesday 02 June 2004 07:49, christian.stange wrote:
> I'm about to implement jabber for a new commercial service, and due to
> a couple of reasons, I will have to base it on the jabberd server. And
> due to the same reasons, I'm stuck with  ver. 1.4 for the time being.
> This means that I will have to make all my own extensions. The first
> and most important service , is virus check on all transmitted files.
> This is going to be integrated with an email based service, so I will
> have to convert the message to email, send it through virus check and
> then convert it back to a jabber message. While this isn't the best
> solution, I 'm comfortable with it , as it gives me som other benefits.
> My problem is that the only jabber-smtp gateway is programmed in Perl,
> a language I don't know and can't use on my server. I will have to use
> Java (or C .. or Cobol :-) And this brings me to my big issue: where do
> I find a design document that describe how I make an external component
> and how I plug it into jabber?
> The next service demands that I can filter ALL messages that goes
> through my server. Any pointers to how ?
> A third service is based on a gateway server, but here I can build an
> protocol handler on the gateway and have it talk jabber protocol over
> S2S.
> I know this seems like basic knowledge, but I've tried to find the
> relevant info, and after over one week of reading protocols, code and
> documentations, I realize that I need help in finding my answers.
> Chris
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Juan Jose Comellas
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