[Standards] What should be the behavior if used sends <itemremove/> element to the server ?

Peter Saint-Andre stpeter at stpeter.im
Tue May 19 01:54:39 UTC 2009


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On 5/14/09 2:56 AM, Sand T wrote:
> Hi,

Hi. If you could, please preface your messages with "XEP-0136". That
makes it easier to track the issues.

> Following statement is mentioned in XEP 0136:
> 
> In order to remove all preferences for a contact, the client shall send
> an <itemremove/> element to the server.
> 
> Example 11. Client Removes Preferences for a Contact
> 
> Kindly explain, what should be the server behavior if <itemremove/> tag
> is sent by the user?

What do you mean by "user"? The client is a client controlled by the
user, so I don't see a difference here.

Peter

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