[ejabberd] Change jabber users Presence externally from another application
duane.larson at gmail.com
Thu Jul 26 16:40:54 MSK 2012
Thanks for the reply. I use OpenSIPs and have different options when it
comes to executing a script from within OpenSIPS when a user is on a call.
It will be a multidomain installation.
I'm not familiar with any RESTful api. Do you have more details? I came
across a java api called smack last night and also a perl module called
anyevent::xmpp. I will look into those more but if you have any hints or
experience in doing this I would love to hear.
On Jul 26, 2012 2:04 AM, "Gavin Henry" <ghenry at surevoip.co.uk> wrote:
> > I was wondering if there is any feature with ejabberd where a users
> > can be updated by some external means. What I am getting at is the
> > scenario
> > A company uses ejabberd for IM and Presence. They use SIP for VoIP. I
> > like the presence of my clients to also show when a user is "On the
> > It seems like this would be something pretty simple to do with an added
> > feature but I am not a XMPP expert so I am not sure if this is really
> > complicated then I think it might be.
> > So is there any way to update a users Presence to so that he is being
> > on the phone or is actually on a call? Any XMLRPC, MI commands or
> > commands that could accomplish this?????
> Hi Duane,
> Is the requirement to be part of the SIP software? Do you use
> Asterisk, FreeSWITCH, OpenSIPS
> or something else? Or do you mean by not using a XMPP language
> library, i.e. via some RESTful
> style API? Is this mutli-domain or one domain?
> Kind Regards,
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