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Maksim Black #1
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Subject: how i can get active agents(transports like fb,msn,icq) ?
Hello!
i like your library agsXMPP )
I use ejabberd server with transports(agents like fb,msn,icq).
In PSI all work fine)
i have a problem.
I can't find in agsxmpp SDK how i can get  my registered accounts in agents(transports) or how i can get active agents(transports)...
In what transports i am registered? Now i can get contacts and get them services(transports like fb.mysite.com or msn.mysite.com). This is not best way to get active transports because may be no friends in registered transport... Help me please...
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Alex #2
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Hello,

here is the XEP documentation about Gateways, also called Transports.
http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0100.html

To register a transport you usually use jabber:iq:register. But this could be also implemented different in the transport. Do you have documentation for your transports?

See also:
http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0077.html

Alex
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Maksim Black #3
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Yes i think i can find documentation for transports. In this http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0077.html document i found info: Is it right that when i try register in  transport he responce me that i allready registered? So, i can get info about allready exist acount when i try register. Is it right?
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yes this is correct.

Usually also once you registered the transport you get presence from it automatically on every login.
This is also described here:
http://www.xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0100.html#usecases-jabb…

The available transports on your service you can discover using service discovery. So with the combination of those you should know which transports exist on the server, and which one are already registered and connected.

Alex
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Maksim Black #5
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Ok thank you very mach! Can i ask you later if i have a questions?)
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Alex #6
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of course, this is what the forum is for.

Alex
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