[Standards-JIG] JINGLE question

Vinod Panicker vinod.p at gmail.com
Tue Dec 6 07:33:11 UTC 2005


On 12/6/05, Justin Karneges <justin-keyword-jabber.093179 at affinix.com> wrote:
> On Monday 05 December 2005 21:11, Vinod Panicker wrote:
> > Been looking at JINGLE for signalling purposes and noticed that a very
> > big change has happened in protocol behaviour.
> >
> > Till now, iq stanzas have always been request-response, with the
> > response being sent by the server.
>
> Not true.  Clients can and do respond to iq stanzas, and they have been doing
> this since the beginning of Jabber.  iq:version, disco, and file transfer are
> all examples of protocols that involve clients responding to iq stanzas.

To rephrase my statement, consider this -

IQ request response between client and server
request - C1->S
response - C1<-S

As you rightly said, it could also be the other way around
request - S->C1
response - S<-C1

But in JINGLE, its like this -
request - C1->S->C2
response - C1<-S<-C2

Is this considered "normal" ?

Regards,
Vinod.



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