[ejabberd] mod_rest and pubsub

Paul Kinlan paul.kinlan at gmail.com
Fri Mar 13 00:46:39 MSK 2009

Hi Guys,

It is probably best to ignore me, I am modifying mod_rest and making
mod_restpublish (although I should probably merge back in to mod_rest to
keep it simple).

Kind Regards,
Paul .

2009/3/12 Paul Kinlan <paul.kinlan at gmail.com>

> Hi Guys,
> Sorry to keep hastling you. I have a couple of questions.
> I have a service that uses pubsub (I got it working brilliantly).
>    1. Pubsub seems to store the messages that have been sent when a
>    subscribing user is offline.  Is there any to disable this?  I was thinking
>    that mod_offline would be a default plugin, but I am not sure and I can't
>    work it out after reading the documentation.
>    2. Mod_Rest:  This works brilliantly when sending messages, however, I
>    need to send the following pubsub iq stanza (which mod_rest doesn't seem to
>    support) does anyone have any ideas how I could do this?
> The iq that I need to send from a http/rest end point is
> <iq type="set" to="pubsub.qire.view.qire.co.uk" id="publish1">
>   <pubsub xmlns="http://jabber.org/protocol/pubsub">
>     <publish node="/home/qire.view.qire.co.uk/admin/CTI">
>       <item>({ id: 1, action: "InQueue", Salutation: "Mr Paul Kinlan"
> })</item>
>     </publish>
>   </pubsub>
> </iq>
> If it means that I use mod_rest to send the "admin" user a message and that
> user then pubishes the message that is ok, but I need to understand how to
> do (I am still new to ejabberd).
> Thanks.
> Paul.
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