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Service Discovery from Sparkweb

Question asked by aacevedo on Jun 6, 2011
Latest reply on Jun 10, 2011 by aacevedo

Hello people, my first post here!

 

I have recently installed Openfire 3.7.0 on an Ubuntu 10.04 box. Of all the jabber servers I've been testing I find Openfire an excellent product. My main purpose is to give the company administration a controlled way of allowing users to chat. First by having an internal environment and second by giving controlled permissions to selected users access to "legacy" systems. Audit traces and recording of the conversations are key. For this I uploaded Client Control 1.1.0, Monitoring Service 1.2.0 from Jive Software and Kraken 1.1.2 from Daniel Henninger plugins. All this along with the admin console do a superb job.

 

The icing on the cake would be to have a web client, for which I have been testing Sparkweb 0.9.0. It works fine except for one thing. I haven't been able to find a way to do a Service Discovery from within Sparkweb in order to setup the legacy gateways for the user. If I have a user who has already setup her gateways from a regular client (Pidgin, Psi and Empathy all work) all the contacts from the legacy server show up in the roster in Sparkweb. But if a user has not done the service discovery before connecting from Sparkweb there is no way to create the gateway.

 

Will please someone enlighten me as to how to do this? I refuse to believe that in order to use Sparkweb I will first have to setup the user in Psi just to have their MSN, Yahoo, Gtalk, etc. contacts show up in their rosters.

 

Thanks in advance!

Alejandro

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