Caption: Figure 4: XMPP
XEP-0337: Event Logging over XMPP
, Available from: http://xmpp.org/extensions/xep0337.html Accessed: 2016-07-23
<iq type= "set" from= "cHent@xmpp.com " to= "xmpp
.com " id= "reg2 "> <query xmlns= "jabber.iq:register"> <username>userl</username> <password>passard 1 </password> </query> </iq> User input user name and password, and then users click on the login button, the client will send a login request to the server.
In our context of distributed instrumental communities, the advantage of XMPP
as an Open Source solution (under Apache License) is the unrestricted possibility to interact with numerous and various sources or destinations, via social networks.
, CM may allow data exchange with an external database such as Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary (MEEI) database.
Using control plane protocols at a higher level of abstraction such as XMPP
or OVS -DB, either of which is conceptually similar to MPLS VPNs, has numerous advantages, particularly in service provider environments:
stands for Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol.
The additional information is driven by an extra software agent that rides piggyback on the XMPP
and controls which users see additional glossary information when particular terms are typed.
<p>There's no way to set the interval between synchronizations, but Avraham and Muhin said that "any changes you make to your bookmarks will appear on all synced computers in just a few seconds." Google is using the same servers based on XMPP
(Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol) that power its Google Talk instant messaging service for Chrome's sync.<p>Most other browsers can sync bookmarks only with special add-ons, such as the free Xmarks, which is compatible with Microsoft's Internet Explorer (IE), Mozilla's Firefox, Apple's Safari, and Chrome.
Collecta.com uses XMPP
standard technology (Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol - http://xmpp.org.) to which it has added its proprietary software.
It bridges industry standard protocols including SIP/SIMPLE and XMPP
3, Jabber [Adams 2001] uses an XML based protocol called XMPP
for all transactions between Jabber users and the Jabber server in B.