[sip-comm-dev] Sip implementation questions


#1

Hello,
My name is Grigorii Balutsel, within the limits of the GSOC program I want
to implement XCAP contacts functionality for SIP protocol, if you don't mind
I have some questions:

1. When Contact.isPersistent() is false it means that his parent group and
the parent of his parent group (and so on until the root group) became not
persistent?

2. According to http://tools.ietf.org/search/rfc4826#section-3.4.5 :
"The "name" attribute in a <list> element MUST be unique amongst all other
"name" attributes of <list> elements within the same parent element." - does
it mean that it's possible to have groups with the same name under different
parent groups or it means that group's name is unique in the document? The
same for the entry.
I've seen many behaviors, Oracle OCMS allows to have lists and entries with
the same id under different parents but sip2sip doesn't allow to do it. I'm
confused with such behavior.
.
3. Can you please tell me any free XCAP and SIP servers (maybe which are
configured and may be accessed online) that could be used for testing, I've
found some of them, but I'm not able to connect to them using Sip
Communicator.

Thanks, Grigorii Balutsel


#2

Hi,

1. When Contact.isPersistent() is false it means that his parent group and
the parent of his parent group (and so on until the root group) became not
persistent?

It means that only this contact is not persistent.

2. According to http://tools.ietf.org/search/rfc4826#section-3.4.5 :
"The "name" attribute in a <list> element MUST be unique amongst all other
"name" attributes of <list> elements within the same parent element." - does
it mean that it's possible to have groups with the same name under different
parent groups or it means that group's name is unique in the document? The
same for the entry.
I've seen many behaviors, Oracle OCMS allows to have lists and entries with
the same id under different parents but sip2sip doesn't allow to do it. I'm
confused with such behavior.

I think there can be the same group name under different parents. But
currently our gui don't allow this.

.
3. Can you please tell me any free XCAP and SIP servers (maybe which are
configured and may be accessed online) that could be used for testing, I've
found some of them, but I'm not able to connect to them using Sip
Communicator.

I only know about sip2sip :slight_smile:

Cheers
damencho

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#3

Sflphone.org works well - but you have to install the sflphone client
(www.sflphone.org) to create account on their server - but then it works
perfectly with Sip Communicator. I just tried a call between 2 sflphone
accounts, both logged in from Sip Communicator - and it worked.

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On Thu, 2010-03-25 at 10:27 +0200, Grigorii Balutsel wrote:

Hello,
My name is Grigorii Balutsel, within the limits of the GSOC program I
want to implement XCAP contacts functionality for SIP protocol, if you
don't mind I have some questions:

1. When Contact.isPersistent() is false it means that his parent group
and the parent of his parent group (and so on until the root group)
became not persistent?

2. According to http://tools.ietf.org/search/rfc4826#section-3.4.5 :
"The "name" attribute in a <list> element MUST be unique amongst all
other "name" attributes of <list> elements within the same parent
element." - does it mean that it's possible to have groups with the
same name under different parent groups or it means that group's name
is unique in the document? The same for the entry.
I've seen many behaviors, Oracle OCMS allows to have lists and entries
with the same id under different parents but sip2sip doesn't allow to
do it. I'm confused with such behavior.
.
3. Can you please tell me any free XCAP and SIP servers (maybe which
are configured and may be accessed online) that could be used for
testing, I've found some of them, but I'm not able to connect to them
using Sip Communicator.

Thanks, Grigorii Balutsel