[Juser] Re: Integrating Jabber into a website

Michael mogmios at mlug.missouri.edu
Wed Jul 14 11:11:17 CDT 2004

Would it be possible for you to compile a sepperate instance of the 
required version of Perl just to run Net:Jabber? Don't overwrite your 
existing version.. just compile a sepperate copy.

> Thanks for the response Rene.  I've attempted to get Net::Jabber 
> installed, but it seems to require XML:Stream as well.  We tried 
> installing that, but seems it doesn't work with our version of perl 
> (5.005_03).  Unfortunately, it's not possible for us to upgrade our 
> version of perl, or install php, on our servers at this time.  Any 
> advice?
>>> I'm fairly new to Jabber and have some questions that I hope you all 
>>> can answer.  I work for a company that is looking to use jabber to 
>>> solve our needs of having instant client communication, and they are 
>>> thus far convinced that Jabber is a much better way to go than ICQ, 
>>> etc.  We have our own jabber server setup and running and are now 
>>> looking into integrating jabber into our services.
>>> Is there a document or thread somewhere detailing how to integrate 
>>> jabber into a website, such as displaying the online presence of a 
>>> user?
>>> Is there an applet or some other type program/plugin that will allow 
>>> a "random" visitor to a website to be able to communicate with a 
>>> jabber user without having to download and install a client such as 
>>> exodus?
>>> I'm not sure if these are covered elsewhere.  I've done some 
>>> checking around the 'net and jabber docs, but haven't really found 
>>> anything yet.  I did run into edgar (edgar.netflint.net), but that's 
>>> php and we're hoping for something more along the lines of cgi, 
>>> javascript, etc.  Can any one point my in the right direction or 
>>> provide some insight into this type of integration?  Thanks in advance.
>> Jabber::Net is in perl (cgi) and I am sure their is a client called 
>> "JabberApplet". Although PHP is probably your best bet.

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