ian.paterson at clientside.co.uk
Fri Mar 26 08:43:46 UTC 2004
> > There needs to be some protocol for the connection
> > manager to 'reject' messages.
> Not sure in jabberd2 ... in jabberd14 this "protocol" exists. You
> just have to reject the message the session manager sends to the
> client connection managing component.
> Or in general: I don't think this needs a JEP. The internal
> handling in a Jabber server should be implementation specific.
I agree that the protocol is implementation specific within a Jabber
But perhaps we need a standard <message/> rejection protocol that proxies
can use? For example, today there are many external HTTP connection manager
implementations that act as proxies.
On the other hand, once JEP-0124 is finished, if each server implements a
JEP-0124 connection manager in parallel with its XMPP connection manager,
then the need for those proxies will disappear. :)
Are there any other situations where proxies are needed?
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