[standards-jig] JNG Ramblings.

Joe Hildebrand jhildebrand at jabber.com
Fri Aug 9 19:30:50 UTC 2002


Matthias Wimmer <m at tthias.net> writes:

> <OT>
> What is the Flash support in the Jabber server for? We havn't needed
> something special.
> </OT>

I think this is because there only used to be the XMLSocket object.
There may be other ways to communicate with Flash now.

<flashdocs>
Using the XMLSocket object

To use the XMLSocket object, the server computer must run a daemon
that understands the protocol used by the XMLSocket object. The
protocol is as follows:

- XML messages are sent over a full-duplex TCP/IP stream socket
  connection.
- Each XML message is a complete XML document, terminated by a zero
  byte.
- An unlimited number of XML messages can be sent and received over a
  single XMLSocket connection.
</flashdocs>


-- 
Joe Hildebrand
Chief Architect
Jabber, Inc.
http://www.jabber.com/




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