[ejabberd] Change jabber users Presence externally from another application

duane.larson at gmail.com duane.larson at gmail.com
Tue Jul 31 07:07:09 MSK 2012


So you think if I implement this extension with sleekxmpp or jaxl most XMPP  
clients (pidgin, PSI, Jitsi, etc) will not have any issue with  
the "xmlns='google:shared-status'" extension? Or does the client need to  
support it?



On , Kirk Bateman <kirk.bateman at gmail.com> wrote:
> Duane,

> An implementation of Google's shared status extension would allow you to  
> do what you need.

> https://developers.google.com/talk/jep_extensions/shared_status

> Then you could have your script override the status from pidgin, I think  
> you would also need to have a script change the status again at the end  
> of the call.

> I quite like the idea of their extension, might look at implementing for  
> ejabberd if there isn't already one.

> Regards

> Kirk Bateman

> On 30 Jul 2012 21:35, "Duane Larson" duane.larson at gmail.com> wrote:

> I have more info. I was able to get this to work but here is the issue.

> For the script using the API I set my show to "dnd" and status to "On  
> Phone". I also had to set the Presence Priority to a number higher than  
> what my pidgin client is set to. So Pidgin has a priority of 5 so I set  
> the scripts priority to 6. This worked and my buddy was able to see that  
> the guy is DND and On Phone. The problem now is if someone still tries to  
> instant message the user that is On Phone and DND. Now that my script has  
> a higher priority all messages go to it. This isn't desired since it is  
> just a script and even though the user is on the phone I would still want  
> to chat with someone especially if the users are on the same call and  
> want to chat about the call.





> Any ideas?


> On Mon, Jul 30, 2012 at 1:53 PM, Duane Larson duane.larson at gmail.com>  
> wrote:




> Well my first attempt didn't work. I guess if you have  
> test.user at domainA.com/pidgin logged in and his presence set  
> to "Available" and then when I execute a script that sets  
> test.user at domainA.com/Blah presence to Status = "On Phone"/Show = "dnd"  
> then anyone that is a buddy of his will not see his status change to dnd  
> and On Phone. The only time it works is if test.user at domainA.com/pidgin  
> has set his status to "away" then if I set the presence to "dnd" the  
> buddy sees the status change.







> So I am guessing this is how XMPP should work. So changing the Presence I  
> guess isn't the route I want to go.

> Then I heard about User Activity
> I'm trying to use the
> http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0108.html






> extension and it doesn't seem to be working.

> I basically send the following stanza to ejabberd
> type='set'


> from='juliet at capulet.lit/ca486eba-0f9a-11dc-8835-000bcd821bfb'
> id='publish1'>






> xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/pubsub'>






> node='http://jabber.org/protocol/activity'>







> xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/activity'>











> xml:lang='en'>My nurse's birthday!











> Here is what I see on the ejabberd server

> The user setting his "User Activity" is duane.larson at ae.com and the buddy  
> bob.test at ae.com should be the one that sees the update but doesn't







> T 2012/07/30 13:40:28.045500 50.XX.XX.54:35105 -> 184.xxx.xxx.30:5222 [AP]
> duane.larson at ae.com'  
> id='publish1'>http://jabber.org/protocol/pubsub'>http://jabber.org/protocol/activity'>activity  
> xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/activity'>partying/>My nurse's  
> birthday!item>






> ##
> T 2012/07/30 13:40:28.095566 184.xxx.xxx.30:5222 -> 50.XX.XX.54:35105 [AP]
> duane.larson at ae.com' to='duane.larson at ae.com/jaxl.1.1343673627'  
> id='publish1'  
> type='result'>http://jabber.org/protocol/pubsub'>http://jabber.org/protocol/activity'>






> #
> T 2012/07/30 13:40:28.095650 184.xxx.xxx.30:5222 -> 50.XX.XX.54:35105 [AP]
> duane.larson at ae.com' to='duane.larson at ae.com/jaxl.1.1343673627'  
> type='headline'>http://jabber.org/protocol/pubsub#event'>http://jabber.org/protocol/activity'>http://jabber.org/protocol/activity'>partying/>My  
> nurse's birthday!item>addresses  
> xmlns='http://jabber.org/protocol/address'>duane.larson at ae.com/jaxl.1.1343673627'/>message>






> ##
> T 2012/07/30 13:40:34.033334 216.12.249.203:60207 -> 184.xxx.xxx.30:5222  
> [AP]







> #
> T 2012/07/30 13:40:34.033687 184.xxx.xxx.30:5222 -> 216.XX.XX.203:60207  
> [AP]
> duane.larson at ae.com' to='duane.larson at ae.com/Work' type='error'  
> id='purple8d799f70'>unavailable  
> xmlns='urn:ietf:params:xml:ns:xmpp-stanzas'/>









> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 1:00 PM, Duane Larson duane.larson at gmail.com>  
> wrote:






> I'm trying to read over
> http://oriolrius.cat/blog/wp-content/uploads/2009/10/Oreilly.XMPP.The.Definitive.Guide.May.2009.pdf








> and tell me if this could work

> Write a script that will do the following
> Log on xmpp:user at domainA.com/deskphoneOpen session with ejabberd server  
> for xmpp:user at domainA.com/deskphoneSet Presence to the following  
> deskphone">








> dnd
> On Phone








> Close session with ejabberd ser for xmpp:user at domainA.com/deskphone


> I am still reading the oreilly book to see what are the caveats to doing  
> this but I wanted to through it out there.












> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 10:41 AM, Aaron aarond at cmu.edu> wrote:








> You could send an IQ "set" request to a custom namespace and handle the  
> IQ in a module by adding the device's info such as phone number (which  
> you could include in the SubEl of the IQ packet) to a devices database.













> --Aaron








> On Thursday, July 26, 2012 11:26:00 AM, duane.larson at gmail.com wrote:




> Yeah I've looked at the OpenSIPS XMPP module but I don't think it can


> accomplish what I am wanting to do. I think the OpenSIPS XMPP module


> just allows a SIP user to communicate with an XMPP user. So DomainA


> would be a SIP IM domain and their SIP SIMPLE client could send


> instant messages directly to DomainB which is an XMPP domain and XMPP


> clients.





> Any ideas on how to tie a JID to a phone number account?











> I just found this page


> http://xmpp.org/xmpp-software/libraries/





> I will look at some of these libraries and see if one of them can


> accomplish what I am looking at doing. But once again if someone has


> already done something like this I'd love to hear about it.

















> On , Gavin Henry ghenry at surevoip.co.uk> wrote:


> > > Hey Gavin,


> >


> >


> >


> > Hi Duane,


> >


> >


> >


> > > 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.


> >


> >


> >


> > That's good. You just need to tie their number to a JID.


> >


> >


> >


> > > 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.


> >


> >


> >


> > You can add OpenSIPS as a component to ejabberd but it's only one


> >


> > domain I think.


> >


> >


> >


> > Check the OpenSIPS XMPP module and http://www.ejabberd.im/mod_restful


> >


> >


> >


> > Thanks.


> >


> >


> >


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> >


> >


> >


> > Gavin Henry.


> >


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