[Standards] RFC 6120 vs. XEP
dave at cridland.net
Wed Feb 8 08:19:17 UTC 2017
Right, I understand, and largely agree. I might scribble a draft to address
this, by clarifying what we really meant here.
On 8 Feb 2017 06:30, "Evgeny Khramtsov" <xramtsov at gmail.com> wrote:
> Tue, 7 Feb 2017 21:22:17 +0000
> Dave Cridland <dave at cridland.net> wrote:
> > On 7 February 2017 at 16:29, Evgeny Khramtsov <xramtsov at gmail.com>
> > wrote:
> > > Tue, 7 Feb 2017 19:18:39 +0300
> > > Evgeny Khramtsov <xramtsov at gmail.com> wrote:
> > >> Indeed (section 4.3.2). Then we're ok here *if* we make Bind2
> > >> mandatory-to-negotiate.
> > >
> > > For the record, it should be also pointed in XEP-0198 that <sm/>
> > > feature is mandatory to negotiate.
> > I'm missing something - why would <sm/> need to be mandatory to
> > negotiate?
> Seems like everybody is missing something on this topic :)
> Let me describe how I see it. Let's say a client gets the following
> features (copied from XEP-0198):
> <bind xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-bind'/>
> <sm xmlns='urn:xmpp:sm:3'/>
> In this case, RFC6120, Section 7.4 states:
> > Upon being informed that resource binding is mandatory-to-negotiate,
> > the client MUST bind a resource to the stream as described in the
> > following sections.
> Thus, a client MUST bind a resource, it cannot resume a session.
> However, Section 4.3.2 says:
> > A <features/> element MAY contain more than one mandatory-to-
> > negotiate feature. This means that the initiating entity can choose
> > among the mandatory-to-negotiate features at this stage of the stream
> > negotiation process.
> Thus, if <sm/> is mandatory-to-negotiate, a client is not required to
> <bind/> a resource because and is now free to choose which
> mandatory feature to negotiate. So it may resume session in this case
> without binding.
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