[ejabberd] Any hints on using "jann.pl" script

Leon Adato leon at adatofamily.com
Thu Jan 13 15:41:59 MSK 2005

I've done a little more research and here is what I find:

Both jann.pl and nax.pl error in the same way. The problem appears to be
with the stream.pm module. The author's web site says:

2004-12-09: some jabber servers don't work with sendxmpp; it seems
there's a problem in one of the underlying libraries (Net::XMPP and
XML::Stream), and sendxmpp will end with an error, similar to: 

        Can't use an undefined value as a HASH reference
        at /usr/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.4/XML/Stream.pm line 1165. 

I've notified their author, and he's working on a solution. jabber.org
should work though, jabber.xs4all.nl doesn't.

I'm running 
eJabberd version 0.7.5
Windows Server 2003 (demo version)
ActiveState Perl version 5.8.4 

I have tried both the nax and jann perl scripts on a Linux box also, so
I don't believe the error is related to the perl or OS of the script but
more to the eJabber server itself.

Thanks for the advice

On Thu, 2005-01-13 at 10:44 +0100, Badlop wrote:

> Leon Adato escribió:
> > I have an ejabberd server up and running. As an "admin" account I can 
> > send messages to /announce/online. But when I try to do the same thing 
> > via the "jann.pl" script  the message fails.
> I don't know what jann.pl script is. Where did you find it?
> > Ultimately, I just want to send information from outside the eJabber 
> > server (like from my monitoring system) that gets broadcast to a 
> > collection of users. If there is another way to do this, I'm all ears.
> If you want to send a message to all online users, then /announce/online 
> is the best way.
> But if you want to send a message to some JID, not to all, then you 
> should use a tool like Nax or any other similar script.
> http://nax.jabberstudio.org/
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