I want to control all aspects of Jabber on the server side. The administrator will create the rosters, groups, usernames. passwords, nicknames, profiles, everything. I want the client to have zero control of editing anything (nicknames, passwords, etc).
I would like to have this done in the MySQL store I set up with Openfire so I can write scripts to add/edit/modify all existing entries. Whenever anything is editied in MySQL, clients will see the change immediately.
I can edit everything in MySQL now, change passwords, nicknames, et cetera. However, whenever I load a Jabber client it ignores any changes to the roster, nickname I made in MySQL and chooses the client side ones.
Is it possible to force the client to use the changes I made on the server side? I have tried looking in the forums and documetation but have not found anything that would suggest this is possible. Has anyone tried this or even know if it’s possible? Can you point me in the right direction, perhaps?
Thank you very much in advance!