I want JWChat to use http-binding on wildfire. I precised I read a lot of threads about that but didn’'t find an answer.
I’'m using wildfire 3.2.3 with LDAP Authentication on a debian sarge machine.
I put jwchat in in the directory /var/www/jwchat and wrote a virtual host in apache2 with jabber.domain.com, so http://jabber.domain.com:8080 goes to the page Wildfire displaying “HTTP Binding Service”, so I think http-binding is working for wildfire.
By the way, is that normal I don’‘t need to write http://jabber.domain.com:8080? Because I saw it’'s necessary to put a rewrite rule in my VH apache like for example:
ProxyPass /http-bind/ http://jabber.example.com:http-bind port/http-bind/
ProxyPassReverse /http-bind/ http://jabber.example.com:http-bind port/http-bind/"
(where should be this directory http-bind? I have nothing in wilfire directory, maybe it’'s virtual?)
In the JWChat config.js, I put (for the most important variables):
var SITENAME = “127.0.0.1”
var DEFAULTRESOURCE = “jwchat”;
description:“HTTP Binding backend that allows connecting to any jabber server”,
(I precise I tried jabber.domain.com instead of 127.0.0.1, but same problem)
Btw, where can I see the log when I put DEBUG=0 ? I try Debugger.html but a blank page where I can’'t choose the level log.
When I go to jabber.domain.com, I have the Start page for Jwchat where I can log in. If I put my login and password, a new window appears but my ID stay in black and nothing happens…
Where I’'m wrong…?
Thanks for your answers!