Hi, I want a browser-based jabber client so registered visitors to my site can connect to the jabber server. I’ve found jwchat, and am wondering if I could set up jwchat, or if it could be provided.
Here’s a few more details. I uploaded both jwchat and JabberHTTPBind. The config.js file for jwchat looks like this:
I have a .htaccess file in my jwchat folder with the following:
RewriteRule http-poll/ http://mydomain.com:5280/http-poll/ [P]
The README says:
[quote]You need to have access to a jabber server by way of either HTTP Polling
or HTTP Binding. Either use some server that has support for one of these
protocols biult in (e.g. ejabberd) or use some gateway like punjab
(python based) or JabberHTTPBind (a java servlet).
When I try to connect to my jabber account through jwchat, I get the following error:
[quote]Internal Server Error.
It looks like this requires server-side features for http-poll or http-bind backend functionality–either Java servlets if you use JabberHTTPBind, or Twisted if you use punjab.
My former host, 1and1.com, provided a chatroom with a webpage interface. I think dreamhost could easily beat that by providing access to a jabber webclient like jwchat, so our site visitors could connect to jabber server that is already provided without having to install and configure a separate client. That’s what I’m looking for. An example is found at http://jwchat.org.