[jitsi-dev] Re: tried openmeetings plug-in - please help to decide on specific use case


#1

Hi German,

You can try to set another server in the Openmeetings plugin
settings:
http://edro.dataved.ru/openmeetings/
username: video
password: video

True, it "works" but it doesn't seem to be working with the latest OM 2.0 or maybe there's something missing in my OM 2.0 setup.

Do you have the possibility to test with the latest OM 2.0 snapshot? eg.
apache-openmeetings-incubating-2.0.0.r1358466-06-07-2012_2311
or later?
I'm running this version and it fails.

Also, I'm using http://myserver:5080/openmeetings/ while your test server (edro.dataved.ru) listens on port 80 (I don't know if that may make a difference - I suppose not).

By the way, I'm not too familiar with openmeetings (just testing it) but how should the jitsi plugin actually work? Example: I setup http://edro.dataved.ru/openmeetings/ in the openmeetings Jitsi plugin and then selected one of my buddy contacts, right-clickedf and pressed "invite to conference". That triggered my web browser to open a conference room within http://edro.dataved.ru/openmeetings/ as user 'video'. However, isn't my Jitsi contact supposed to receive an invitation? If so, how? Who's sending the invitation? The Jitsi plugin via an instant message? Or OpenMeetings? If it's the latter then how does OM determine the e-mail address of my Jitsi contact (supposing the invitation is sent via e-mail)?

Thanks,

Vieri

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--- On Wed, 7/11/12, German Grekhov <ggrekhov@unipro.ru> wrote:


#2

Vieri, thanks for your interest!

Here is an architecture:

1) I select a user within jitsi;
2) The loop checks if there exists jabber protocol service;
3) I send few SOAP requests to openmeetings server to generate a unique
invitation hash;
4) the hash is sent via jabber to other participant;
5) on my computer the conference window is opened automatically;
6) the participant joins the conference when he clicks on a hyperlink.

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With best regards / с наилучшими пожеланиями,
Alexei Fedotov / Алексей Федотов,
http://dataved.ru/
+7 916 562 8095

On Wed, Jul 11, 2012 at 6:46 PM, Vieri <rentorbuy@yahoo.com> wrote:

Hi German,

--- On Wed, 7/11/12, German Grekhov <ggrekhov@unipro.ru> wrote:

> You can try to set another server in the Openmeetings plugin
> settings:
> http://edro.dataved.ru/openmeetings/
> username: video
> password: video

True, it "works" but it doesn't seem to be working with the latest OM 2.0
or maybe there's something missing in my OM 2.0 setup.

Do you have the possibility to test with the latest OM 2.0 snapshot? eg.
apache-openmeetings-incubating-2.0.0.r1358466-06-07-2012_2311
or later?
I'm running this version and it fails.

Also, I'm using http://myserver:5080/openmeetings/ while your test server
(edro.dataved.ru) listens on port 80 (I don't know if that may make a
difference - I suppose not).

By the way, I'm not too familiar with openmeetings (just testing it) but
how should the jitsi plugin actually work? Example: I setup
http://edro.dataved.ru/openmeetings/ in the openmeetings Jitsi plugin and
then selected one of my buddy contacts, right-clickedf and pressed "invite
to conference". That triggered my web browser to open a conference room
within http://edro.dataved.ru/openmeetings/ as user 'video'. However,
isn't my Jitsi contact supposed to receive an invitation? If so, how?
Who's sending the invitation? The Jitsi plugin via an instant message? Or
OpenMeetings? If it's the latter then how does OM determine the e-mail
address of my Jitsi contact (supposing the invitation is sent via e-mail)?

Thanks,

Vieri