[jitsi-users] XMPP URI error handling

Hi,
I am trying to use XMPP URI to open chat with users in my contact list, I
managed to point xmpp uri to Jitsi, but each time when I try to open it a
get: Error handling URI. Error handling xmpp://user@openfire.domain

This exact same URI works perfect in other clients so I am wondering how it
need to be formated to be accepted by Jitsi. I also tried putting in just
xmpp:userr@openfire.domain but with same result.

Any idea what I am doing wrong?

Brano

I am trying to use XMPP URI to open chat with users in my contact list, I
managed to point xmpp uri to Jitsi, but each time when I try to open it a
get: Error handling URI. Error handling xmpp://user@openfire.domain

This exact same URI works perfect in other clients so I am wondering how it
need to be formated to be accepted by Jitsi. I also tried putting in just
xmpp:userr@openfire.domain but with same result.

The variant without // is correct and works for me.

Any idea what I am doing wrong?

Can you send us your logs please?

Brano

Ingo

Hi Ingo,
thanks for quick reply. Here are my logs.

log.zip (262 KB)

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On 13 August 2015 at 08:04, Branislav Brna <branislav.brna@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi,
I am trying to use XMPP URI to open chat with users in my contact list, I
managed to point xmpp uri to Jitsi, but each time when I try to open it a
get: Error handling URI. Error handling xmpp://user@openfire.domain

This exact same URI works perfect in other clients so I am wondering how
it need to be formated to be accepted by Jitsi. I also tried putting in
just xmpp:userr@openfire.domain but with same result.

Any idea what I am doing wrong?

Brano

thanks for quick reply. Here are my logs.

There was an error that slipped into the 2.8 release and has been fixed in the
nightlies in March.

Ingo

Ok, I just installed nightly build and it works now with
xmpp:user@openfire.domain. Is there a way to make it work also with
xmpp://user@openfire.domain? I am asking because default client to
Openfire, Spark doesnt like just xmpp: and I need to get this working on
both clients.

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On 13 August 2015 at 10:39, Branislav Brna <branislav.brna@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Ingo,
thanks for quick reply. Here are my logs.

On 13 August 2015 at 08:04, Branislav Brna <branislav.brna@gmail.com> > wrote:

Hi,
I am trying to use XMPP URI to open chat with users in my contact list, I
managed to point xmpp uri to Jitsi, but each time when I try to open it a
get: Error handling URI. Error handling xmpp://user@openfire.domain

This exact same URI works perfect in other clients so I am wondering how
it need to be formated to be accepted by Jitsi. I also tried putting in
just xmpp:userr@openfire.domain but with same result.

Any idea what I am doing wrong?

Brano

Ok, I just installed nightly build and it works now with
xmpp:user@openfire.domain. Is there a way to make it work also with
xmpp://user@openfire.domain? I am asking because default client to Openfire,
Spark doesnt like just xmpp: and I need to get this working on both clients.

Currently not. You can open an issue in our tracker so maybe someone will take
a look at it at some point and implement a workaround. It would be better
though if Spark gets fixed as the // makes no sense.

Ingo

xmpp.org/extensions/xep-0147.html

Clearly defines xmpp: as identifier in the style oft mailto:. So this should be fixed in spark in my opinion.

Best regards,
Klaus

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Am 13. August 2015 1:28:53 nachm. schrieb "Ingo Bauersachs" <ingo@jitsi.org>:

Ok, I just installed nightly build and it works now with
xmpp:user@openfire.domain. Is there a way to make it work also with
xmpp://user@openfire.domain? I am asking because default client to Openfire,
Spark doesnt like just xmpp: and I need to get this working on both clients.

Currently not. You can open an issue in our tracker so maybe someone will take
a look at it at some point and implement a workaround. It would be better
though if Spark gets fixed as the // makes no sense.

Ingo

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