This is related to my previous questions about packet extensions in IQ packets, and may be also related to the previous question (cnfiechter) re subpackets in IQ.
It was established previously that packet extensions did not work (currently) with IQ packets (due to the fact that they should only have one child element) - way to send it was to subclass IQ and override getChildElementXML…
Anyway also noticed that returning IQ packet objects don’'t seem to provide access to child element - even though it clearly does arrive looking at the debug window. toXML() just returns packet with no child, getChildElementXML returns empty string, and of course getExtensions returns an Iterator with 0 objects.
Am I still not getting something? Would this have been fixed along with the subpacket fix? BTW - did a fix ever go in re my previous question - i.e. to enabled addExtension with a 1 child limit? (Sorry - I’'ve not been keeping up with the daily builds)