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Stream Management only enabled after first reconnection

Question asked by Aejaz on May 10, 2015
Latest reply on May 11, 2015 by Aejaz
Branched from an earlier discussion

I upgraded to Smack 4.1.1, upgraded to latest Tigase(version 7.0.1) & traced Smack code. It seems that even though I call the required methods(as follows in enableStream() method) for enabling stream after XMPPTCPConnection.login(), the stream gets enabled only after the first successful reconnect. At first I called enableStream() directly after successful login, but now I am calling it from connectionlistener::authenticated() method when resume is false but the behavior(i.e. stream enabling after first reconnect) is same.


So, after first reconnect the stream gets opened(i.e. control goes to XMPPTCPConnection::parsePackets() method's line 1081(which is "LOGGER.fine("Stream Management (XEP-198): succesfully enabled");"). Any messages sent to receiver when the network connection is disabled(the first time) are lost although they have been successfully received by server & are logged properly. After receiver reconnects & I disable the network connection for the second time & enable it, during reconnect, control reaches line 1120 of XMPPTCPConnection(which is "LOGGER.fine("Stream Management (XEP-198): Stream resumed");). Any messages sent to the receiver during the time network was down get successfully received thereafter.


private void enableStream(XMPPTCPConnection connection){

        boolean isStreamAvailable = connection.isSmAvailable();  //Always returns true





        boolean isStreamSet = connection.isSmEnabled();        //False after first call, true after successfult reconnect



I think I am missing something basic here. In addition, despite initializing SmackConfiguration.DEBUG to true, I don't

see the Smack Debug output in logcat. Is there something additional which needs to be done ? I am running the code(which

uses Samack) on Android Kitkat v4.4.2.


Can anyone please help.