[jdev] A Jabber server over an ASP.NET MVC app with SQL Server and authenticating against an WebService
johannes.hund at siemens.com
Tue Sep 23 11:50:40 UTC 2014
Indeed this is a point that I would love to see standardized in some way.
So far, we know that Openfire has a plugin that exposes a webservice (~RESTful-ish) to create/retrieve/update/delete the user accounts on the server.
Also, I would be very surprised if there would not be a module for Prosody, but I am not aware of one.
Both and I guess most of the other servers can deal with LDAP servers if that is an option.
Von: JDev [mailto:jdev-bounces at jabber.org] Im Auftrag von Juan Jose Huelga
Gesendet: Dienstag, 23. September 2014 00:07
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Betreff: [jdev] A Jabber server over an ASP.NET MVC app with SQL Server and authenticating against an WebService
I need to setup a chat message service over a working ASP.NET MVC portal that runs with SQL Server as DB backend. User authentication should be against a custom WebService instead of user and passwords stored on a DB. Everything is running on Windows Server.
I have heard about some XMPP implementations like Openfire, Tigasel, Prosody or ejabberd but I haven't used any. My headache is about registration/authentication and roster management through an available API.
Have any of you any idea about my requirements?
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