[jdev] Collaboration on BOSH servlet?

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Wed Jan 9 11:13:57 CST 2008


Alexey Nezhdanov wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 January 2008 08:08:05 Greg Wilkins wrote:
>> The BOSH spec looks pretty straight forward and very similar to what we
>> have for Bayeux/cometd I should be able to implement that in a week or so. 
>>   But will that be sufficient for XMPP clients and servers to use it or
>> will I need to write some XMPP adaption/integration stuff as well?
> Well, that depends on what you are calling 'XMPP integration'.
> Yes, I think you'll need somewhat light-to-medium integration. Before it was 
> the single spec (http-bind), but later it was split in two to clearly divide 
> transport stuff from protocol stuff. Still, as I understand - stream 
> initiation/termination and may be stream errors passing also should be 
> handled separately.
> Though, if you just implement what is required in XEP-0124 that should be just 
> enough and there wouldn't be need for questions like 'do I need to implement 
> xmpp integration stuff'.

Right. The core streaming stuff is in XEP-0124, which BTW we might take 
to the IETF for standardization there. A while back, Ian Paterson split 
out the XMPP-specific stuff from XEP-0124 and placed it in XEP-0206 
("XMPP Over BOSH"). But implementing XEP-0124 should get you 90% of the 
way there.

Feedback is welcome on the spec and any implementation challenges you 
run into. I know there has been discussion on the standards at xmpp.org 
list about some ambiguities in XEP-0124, and we may run through it at 
some point to clarify those issues. So let us know!

Thanks for working on this -- it seems like we're seeing more BOSH 
implementations, which will help us ensure interoperability over time.

Peter

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Peter Saint-Andre
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