[jdev] Google Talk transport?

Matthew A. Miller linuxwolf at outer-planes.net
Tue Oct 4 09:33:47 CDT 2005

Bruce Campbell wrote:

> On Tue, 4 Oct 2005, Norman Rasmussen wrote:
>> Also why not move to data forms to address "Certain clients silently
>> drop some of the tags requested for registration.". That way you can
>> make your own fields, and things will just-work(tm).
> I'm not sure I follow you. I'm passing from the component to the user:
> <iq from='componentname' to='user at host/resource' type='result'>
> <query xmlns='jabber:iq:register'>
> <instructions>
> All of the requested fields must be filled in.
> </instructions>
> <username/>
> <password/>
> <domain/>
> <server/>
> <port/>
> </query>
> </iq>
> With Gabber, I see a window that asks for:
> Domain:
> Password:
> Server:
> Port:
> Username:
> With PSI 0.9.3, I see a window that asks for
> Password:
> Username:
> Debug on PSI shows that the packet is received as quoted above, so its 
> a bug in PSI.
> However, if I register with Gabber, I can still use the gateway with PSI.
The elements <domain/>, <server/>, and <port/> are not defined in 
JEP-0077 (In-Band Registration), so clients have no compuction to 
support them. It's a bug in Gabber, not Psi. To support anything outside 
the element set defined in JEP-0077, you'd have to use data-forms (i.e. 

-  LW

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