[SIP Beyond VoIP] Xcap-diff usage on openXcap with or w/o OpenSIPS
pres.ruless at gmail.com
Tue Nov 27 10:55:36 CET 2012
Thanks Saul for the clarifications.
For now, mi command is the default one in config ini and xcap-diff can be
only tested with openSips, right?
If we want to use another presence server once newer version of openXCAP is
available, then will openXCAP begin to support xcap-diff event
subscriptions?Or do we continue to handle xcap-diff event subscriptions as
a Presence Server? If so, how can we notify openXCAP to indicate relevant
list subscriptions? (in this case openXCAP and Presence Server will have
individual databases.) Btw as i see from OMA specs subscription is handled
on Presence XDMS.
Also i could not catch how openXCAP is triggered to send xcap-diff content
via MI command although openSips handles the subscription of xcap-diff
event on behalf of it. Does openSips notify openXcap once it handles the
subscription. Or is there a trigger mechanism on database (on xcap table )
since both of them are using common one?
Thank you so much...
On Tue, Nov 27, 2012 at 10:45 AM, Saúl Ibarra Corretgé <saul at ag-projects.com
> On Nov 27, 2012, at 9:33 AM, pres ruless wrote:
> > According to my understanding it seems openXcap is customized for
> OpenSips for xcap-diff cuntionality, right? Can we use another Presence
> Server instead of openSips for xcap-diff? If so, how can we integrate them
> since presence server and openXcap will have individual databases? And
> which properties should presence server need to interact with openXcap?
> There are currently 2 ways in which OpenXCAP can notify a presence server
> about a document being changed:
> - MI command: this is specific to OpenSIPS
> - SIP PUBLISH: this is the generic mechanism
> Currently this is not configurable, but it will be in the next release
> which should be available in early 2013. The requirements for a presence
> server are not specific, other than supporting presence-agent behavior,
> that is, generating the appropriate NOTIFY requests when a PUBLISH is
> > I have seen a live system in order to test openXCAP with openSips but it
> seems TLS is enabled. Is is possible to disable TLS in order to see exact
> call flow?
> You mean sip2sip.info? If so, no, we can't disable TLS. The tools are
> freely available, so you can setup your own test servers :-)
> Saúl Ibarra Corretgé
> AG Projects
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