[jdev] Jabber Source and Sinks

Timothy Carpenter timbeau_hk at yahoo.co.uk
Sat Mar 27 11:48:34 CST 2004

Hi, Tenny,

I think you have source and sink the wrong way around ;-)

A source application sends OUT information over particular namespace(s) - it
is the source of the information. A sink application draws IN data from
namespaces it is interested in (which could just be the namespace that is
"itself"). Source=publisher, Sink=subscriber.

You may be interested in the information and JEPs regarding
publish/subscribe as of interest.


On 27/3/04 1:55 pm, "Tenny" <tenny at sevenhills-ws.com> wrote:

> I want to develop Jabber Source and sink.
> Jabber Source means the source application should register with Jabber server
> (user at jabber.org) and should wait for the messages reaching at this id. And
> the sink application is that it should forward the messages coming to a
> particular JID.
> So which all programs should I use.
> Reading the message from the Source JID (source at jabber.org)  from the Jabber
> Server.
> Forwarding the message to a particular Sink JID (sink at jabber.org) to the
> jabber server.
> Please Clarify
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