Thanks a lot to you!
1. You mean those files in
implemented the SIP protocol stack function, or not? if not, then how to
get the sip function for this bunlde?
I am so puzzled about this?
I think those files in fact have implement all the fuction of sip protocol,
is this right?
2. Can I use these files to build into a sip-bundle so as to implement
sip-based video chating based on OSGi framework? Or need I to get some
other extra sip functions files besides those files in the above folder for
implementing video chatting?
3. thank you very much, hope to get your further help, you are so nice and
kind, patient for us:)
08/24/2007 12:36 Xi Jiarong <XiJiarong@sp.edu.sg>
Please respond to Re: [sip-comm-dev] questions about
dev@sip-communica build sip protocol stack bundle
Xi Jiarong wrote:
Hope to get your help about my these questions(Question1. and
Any suggestions would be welcome.
Hi, Thanks a lot to Emil:), you are so kind.
Hope to get your help:
(Question1). As for the sip protocol, those files in the folder:
just all the necessary sip protocol stack implementation programming
Yes, all code that has anything to do with SIP is in there. However,
this is not a SIP stack in itself. Our SIP stack is the JAIN SIP RI from
NIST, available here: http://jain-sip.dev.java.net. The code in the sip
bundle uses this stack.
(Question2). If I build this folder above into aa1.jar with this
existed sip.provider.manifest.mf in the same folder, and this gotten
bundle aa1.jar is just the sip protocol stack bundle and can
communicate with another outside SIP agent properlly, is this right? and
this bundle aa1.jar is as User Agent Client for SIP?
I am not sure I understand the question. It seems to me that the aa1.jar
is no different the the existing protocol-sip.jar. It depends on
functionality implemented in other bundles like the
ConfigurationService, so bringing it outside of SIP Communicator would
not be an easy task. Besides, there is absolutely no user interface in
there so I don't think you could call that a UA.
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