[ejabberd] BOSH and webpage page persistence?
steve at zeank.in-berlin.de
Tue Jun 24 16:43:56 MSD 2008
jsjac in combination with ejabberd's http-bind supports suspending and
resuming a session. All you have to do is do sth like
when unloading the page (onunload) and sth like
when loading the page (onload handler). See
jsjac/examples/simpleclient.html for an example.
Am Dienstag, den 24.06.2008, 11:36 +0200 schrieb Simon Tennant:
> We are using ejabberd's http-bind and the jsjac libraries with emite to
> prodouce a Google Web Toolkit message reader and sender.
> Since users will be moving around the website lots, we don't want to be
> opening new sessions to the proxy and then to ejabberd on each page
> load. I notice that facebook.com has something similar where there is an
> IM component on the bottom of each page.
> Does mod_http or the http-bind code present a nice way to keep some sort
> of session persistence between page loads?
> One of the options I saw was tying the session ID to the site cookie.
> Any thoughts on this approach?
> We are currently using apache's proxy for the http-bind channel. How
> does this compare with the built-in ejabberd mod_http code?
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