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Authentication against existing mysql-database?

Hi there,

i’'m just new into jabber and anything around (unfortunately also new to java) so sorry for maybe asking a noob question but i wanted to figure that out before jumping deep into the facts.

is there a possibility to have Wildfire authenticate the users against an existing mysql-userbase?

I’‘m having a community running (vbulletin based) with about 15.000 Members and would like to use jabber (maybe with jwchat) to provide the users with a messaging/chat-platform. The best way for them would be to login with their community-login so they don’'t need to register once again.

Would be great to have any possiblities…

Thanks for you help,

Frank

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Yes, the way to go is to write your own AuthProvider.

http://www.jivesoftware.org/builds/wildfire/docs/latest/documentation/javadoc/

Implement org.jivesoftware.wildfire.auth.AuthProvider, should be fairly simple using JDBC. The following article shows how to establish a connection.

http://www.kitebird.com/articles/jdbc.html

hth

Chris

Hi crabel,

thanks for you reply.

The problem is i don’‘t know anything about coding in java I know php very well but i really don’'t know Java.

So my question was more like “is there already a solution”, you know?

But thanks anyway.

Hi,

I written a pseudo-pop3 deamon in Python that do the auth stuff with a MySQL database (because, like you I don’‘t know Java). So, on the wildfire side, I configured the pop3 connector and it works great. It’'s not in production yet but will be soon. I plan to release this under the GPL licence when the code will be tested. Maybe you will be interested in this .

Please let us know when you release this code.

-V