[Standards] Standards Digest, Vol 69, Issue 17

Joe Hildebrand joe.hildebrand at webex.com
Thu Aug 27 17:06:27 UTC 2009


On 8/27/09 5:23 AM, "Mads Randstoft" <mr at wirelessfactory.com> wrote:

>>> What happens if a priority is not set? I suggest, based on the above
>>> that a Default is chosen if none is set.
>> Just make it 0, again, like presence.
> 
> Problem here is that 0 is highest priority in most implementations, I
> would want for unprioritized items to be "medium" of some kind...

Just make higher numbers higher priority, like presence.

> Perhaps this should be a configuration possibility when creating the
> queue, setting default priority.

That sounds fine.

> Should this be detectable by feature discovery? Or when requesting
> subscription (either giving error for not supporting options when set,
> or if requesting options, asking for the worker/monitor option?

When you get the subscription configuration form, it should show up there.
I don't mind there also being a disco feature, though.

-- 
Joe Hildebrand




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