[Standards] Enterprise Users & Groups

Jason Eacott jason at hardlight.com.au
Thu Feb 25 01:10:31 UTC 2010


Ignite has an implementation, and its supported with smack,
I'm not sure what other implementations exist.

Fasihullah Askiri wrote:
> Great!!
> What is the status of this. Is it a widely supported extension? If not, 
> can I still use this by writing an external component maybe.
> 
> On Wed, Feb 24, 2010 at 2:01 PM, Jason Eacott <jason at hardlight.com.au 
> <mailto:jason at hardlight.com.au>> wrote:
> 
>     Isnt this just an xmpp workgroups app?
> 
> 
>     Fasihullah Askiri wrote:
> 
>         Hi All,
> 
>         We are trying to use XMPP in our application where there will be
>         a user group like Finance or HR to which the application would
>         want to add users. We are planning to write a custom XMPP
>         component which would check for presence of the users in the
>         group and should be able to direct queries from some other users
>         to a member of this group. This application would eventually
>         inter-op with an enterprise XMPP server so we would like to
>         reduce the dependency on XMPP server configuration to a minimal.
>         Also, ideally we would like that the users of the group are
>         auto-subscribed and would not require the user to manually send
>         a presence "subscribed" packet.
> 
>         I am not sure if pubsub or group is what we need, please advice.
> 
>         Best Regards
>         +Fasih
> 
> 
> 
> 
> -- 
> +Fasih
> 
> And be steadfast in patience, for verily God will not suffer the reward 
> of the righteous to perish (11:115)



More information about the Standards mailing list