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Marius Man

Joined: Oct 27, 2010
Posts: 1

I've been trying to use Apache Camel - camel-xmpp to create some routes between XMPP clients/server. I'm having some problems working with presences. I've been searching and found some issues to be resolved, is there an idea when an new version would be available?

For instance is possible to simulate a xmpp boot/client with apache camel, add friends to his roster and receive their presences when they change the status?

Can i use the same "endpoint" to receive and send message like a "echo"? When I try this i get some kind of a conflict stream error

Having the bot receiving message from many "friends" lets imagine that processing some of them with a "XmppProcessor" takes time, its possible to guarantee that the "pipeline" doesn’t stays blocked and other users get the response on time?

Sorry for my English,

Thanks and keep up the good work!
Jonathan Anstey

Joined: Sep 10, 2010
Posts: 9

Glad you are already using Apache Camel Questions like this definitely should be posted in the Camel user forum. That way, we can discuss and open up new JIRA issues if needed to address the problems you are seeing.

The quickest way of getting us to fix a problem in Camel is to create a unit test demonstrating the problem and attaching this to a JIRA issue you created. That way, we can quickly try it out and figure out what is wrong. Instructions for doing this are here

Also, if you see an XMPP issue logged in the Camel JIRA, feel free to vote on it. That way, we will know that more people are interested in that particular issue.

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