[jdev] JSJaC review
steve at zeank.in-berlin.de
Tue Jun 19 08:35:21 CDT 2007
of course I'd be happy to add support for SASL EXTERNAL. Would you mind
sharing your patches with us? If you like please create a new ticket at
and submit your patch.
In any case this sounds like a very interesting improvement to JSJaC.
Thanks a lot for this input,
Am Dienstag, den 19.06.2007, 14:00 +0100 schrieb Simon Wilkinson:
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> I'd like to see support for SASL EXTERNAL.
> This is a fairly trivial change to JSJaC, but it allows some pretty
> cool things to be done in the HTTP Binding proxy. Basically, you can
> use authentication tokens exchanged at the HTTP layer during the
> XmlHttpRequest to authenticate the backend connection to the Jabber
> server. This lets a Jabber webclient join in an organisation's SSO
> system, in the same way as any other web site.
> I have patches to add this - as I said they're trivial, and won't
> affect clients where the server/proxy doesn't add EXTERNAL to the
> list of supported SASL mechanisms.
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