[Juser] HTTP Proxy & Polling Applet not working.
stpeter at jabber.org
Thu Nov 21 14:42:26 CST 2002
There is new development in the applet area here:
Going over port 80 (or 443) is a bit tricky. The Jabber Inc. folks worked
this out on their web client, but it's not publicly accessible nor is it
open-source. However, it does use the protocol described in JEP-0025 as
you've seen, which is public. Now we just need someone to write an open
Jabber Software Foundation
On Thu, 21 Nov 2002, Andrew Libby wrote:
> I've been playing with Applets and Jabber a bit.
> From my experience most Jabber applets use port 5222
> and speak Jabber proper. This is nice because there's
> no HTTP tunnel to worry about. Unfortuniately
> it means that port 5222 must still be open at the
> The Jabber applet I've played with is hosted at
> sourceforge (https://sourceforge.net/projects/jabberapplet/).
> I've seen an approach to tunneling TCP protocols
> through HTTP. I personally object to the approach.
> An example of this is
> I suppose you could adapt the JabberApplet to
> speak to the http tunnel. The tunnel would then
> speak to the jabber server.
> IMO the jabber applet is a decent start at an applet
> client. Accoring to the sourceforge page the codebase has been static
> since 2000. It'd be nice to see some new development on it.
> Hope this helps you.
> Peter Saint-Andre wrote:
> > Some Jabber servers run a Jabber applet that you can use over HTTP. I
> > thought amessage.de was one of them but it seems not. I'll try to check
> > into it some more.
> > Peter
> > --
> > Peter Saint-Andre
> > Jabber Software Foundation
> > http://www.jabber.org/people/stpeter.php
> > On Mon, 18 Nov 2002, Tim Bolt wrote:
> >>Dear JUser List,
> >>I have just recently started trying to use Jabber at the suggestion of a friend. Think it is great to be pushing for Open Standards IM & really want to stick with this format. I am fine from home, however, I cannot use this from work, where we are behind an HTTP Proxy Server resting traffic to a Proxy server running on the 8080 port.
> >>I have tried following the instructions at:
> >> 1) http://mailman.jabber.org/pipermail/jdev/2002-April/011572.html
> >> (which references the page:
> >> http://www.jabber.org/jeps/jep-0025.html
> >> that is a bit tough to get through!)
> >> 2) http://a-message.de/webchat/exoduspolling
> >>I did use jabber.com as the server, but I could never get a connection with either.
> >>Putting the given URLs in a browser, the
> >> http://webim.jabber.com/wc12/webclient/ page request returns:
> >>"The document name you requested (/wc12/webclient/) could not be found on this server."
> >> http://amessage.info:8080/jabber/JabberPollingServlet returns:
> >>"The requested resource (/JabberPollingServlet) is not available."
> >>Also, going to the base of the http://webim.jabber.com/wc12/ site, the on-line demo works in "Persistent WebClient", but not "Poll WebClient".
> >>I have to think the HTTP proxy thing affects lots of users, so if someone could post the working configuration or in someway help me and my colleagues it would be greatly appreciated!!!
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