[jdev] sending presence to specific transport

Chris Chen ckchris at echomine.com
Mon May 21 21:32:48 CDT 2007


This is possible.  My way to test this would be to use another client  
(ie. Psi) and see if the server is giving the same response.

-Chris

On May 21, 2007, at 7:13 PM, Srikrishna Das wrote:

> Hey Chris,
>
> Can it be that the ICQ transport component did understand the query  
> and has also sent the replies but..
> the icq client is not able to catch it or understand the presence  
> notification?
>
> I am not sure, its just a guess. :P
>
> On 5/21/07, Chris Chen <ckchris at echomine.com> wrote:
> Eugeny,
>
> See below for comments:
>
> > Then I request registration information
> >
> > <iq to="icq.my.domain.com" from=" ds at my.domain.com/Feridian"
> > id="icq1" type="get"><query xmlns="jabber:iq:register"/></iq>
> >
> > <iq from='icq.my.domain.com ' to='ds at my.domain.com/Feridian'
> > id='icq1' type='result'><query
> > xmlns='jabber:iq:register'><instructions>Please
> > type your ICQ user id number into the username field and your
> > password.</instructions><username>123456789</username><password/
> > ><registered/></query></iq>
> >
>
> This shows that your transport account has the necessary registration
> information.  Double check to make sure that the account username and
> password that you stored is correct.
>
>
> > And finally I'm trying to send presence (login into) transport:
> >
> > <presence to="icq.my.domain.com" from="ds at my.domain.com/Feridian"
> > id="icq1"><status>Online</status></presence>
> >
> > but I don't get any response!
> >
> > In case if I send broadcast presence packet, transport responds
> > with online
> > status.
> >
> > What do I miss here?
>
> This is how I think XMPP transports work:
>
> XMPP Presence                         Transport Presence
> -------------------------
> ---------------------------------
> Online                                           Online
> Offline                                           Offline
> Away                                             Away
> ......                                                 ........
>
> When you set your global presence (ie. sending "available" presence
> for your xmpp account), xmpp server will normally log you into all
> the registered transports.  From what I remember, the gateways'
> presence statuses are in sync with your xmpp account.  I don't
> believe that gateway transports can have statuses that are different
> from your XMPP account status.  However, I am not quite so sure about
> this.
>
> It's quite possible that gateway components might add support to
> respond to direct queries such as the one you sent above.  But given
> that you didn't get any acknowledgements, I take it that the ICQ
> transport component didn't understand your query and silently ignored
> it.  If you want, maybe you can take a look at the transport's source
> code to see if status change queries are supported.
>
> Thanks,
> Chris
>
>
>
>
>
>
> -- 
> Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish!
> Kri$h

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