public class IQBindHandler extends IQHandlerBinds a resource to the stream so that the client's address becomes a full JID. Once a resource has been binded to the session the entity (i.e. client) is considered a "connected resource".
Clients may specify a desired resource but if none was specified then the server will create a random resource for the session. The new resource should be in accordance with ResourcePrep. The server will also verify if there are previous sessions from the same user that are already using the resource specified by the user. Depending on the server configuration the old session may be kicked or the new session may be rejected.
- Gaston Dombiak
Constructors Constructor Description
All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods Modifier and Type Method Description
getInfo()Returns the handler information to help generically handle IQ packets.
handleIQ(org.xmpp.packet.IQ packet)Handles the received IQ packet.
initialize(XMPPServer server)Initializes the basic module.
Methods inherited from class org.jivesoftware.openfire.container.BasicModule
destroy, getName, start, stop
public org.xmpp.packet.IQ handleIQ(org.xmpp.packet.IQ packet) throws UnauthorizedExceptionDescription copied from class:
IQHandlerHandles the received IQ packet.
public void initialize(XMPPServer server)Description copied from class:
Initializes the basic module.
Inheriting classes that choose to override this method MUST call this initialize() method before accessing BasicModule resources.
public IQHandlerInfo getInfo()Description copied from class:
IQHandlerReturns the handler information to help generically handle IQ packets. IQHandlers that aren't local server iq handlers (e.g. chatbots, transports, etc) return