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saving additional data for each user on wildfire server
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simons #1
User title: Simon shaw
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Subject: Saving data on the server
I would like to add a feature to my XMPP client such that it can send a proprietary message containing various statistics generated by itself to an XMPP server (in this specific case it is a WildFire server) and I would like that data to be stored on a per user basis on the server.  I would also like the client application to be able to request the stored data from the server each time it registers.
Any ideas how to approach this problem?
This post was edited on 2006-12-13, 18:07 by simons.
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Alex #2
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Hello,

i think what you are looking for is:
XEP-0049: Private XML Storage

Alex
Alexander Gnauck
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simons #3
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Hi Alex,

I notice that the namespace for provate XML data in the stack "agsXMPP.protocol.iq.@private" has the '@' character, does this signify anything in specific?  Also do you know whether the wildfire server supports this JEP?

Thanks,

Simon
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private is a reserved keyword in c#, this is why the @ is required to name a namespace private.
AFAIK wildfire supports private xml storage.

Alex
Alexander Gnauck
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