JSXC web client now available as a plugin for Openfire!

The Ignite Realtime community is happy to announce the immediate availability of a new plugin for Openfire that makes available the JSXC web client to your users!

JSXC is a feature rich web client, which, among others, supports video calls and screen sharing. For more information on its features and usage, please visit its project web page at https://www.jsxc.org

Much like the inVerse and Candy plugins for Openfire, the new JSXC plugin installs a pre-configured version of JSXC in an embedded web server that is ready for use out-of-the-box. Install the plugin, and point your users at the URL where the webclient is available (by default: https://<your-server-name>:7443/jsxc/) and they’re ready to go!

Your instance of Openfire should automatically display the availability of the new plugin in the next few hours. Alternatively, you can download the the plugin directly from the JSXC plugin archive page.

As always, we’d love your feedback on our work! Stop by our support groupchat to get in touch, or leave a message on our community site.

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it is really good for me, but i have some questions

  1. how can i control chat users from ERP. otherwise how can i create user and chand passwords from ERP ? I Can change some profile informations from ERP by database. how can i change password those users ?

To control the definition of the users and groups that are used, Openfire supports various options that can connect to external providers, such as an AD or LDAP provider, or the custom database integration options as defined in Openfire: Custom Database Integration Guide

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