If this topic is addressed in other areas please point me to it. I have successfully installed Openfire and I’m still figuring out what I’ve got and how to implement it.
I want to integrate it into my website, correlate the openfire logins with the website logins, and implement some kind of ‘popup-skin’ similarily used on this site (look in the lower right hand corner, the chat popup option you see there? … yes… that would be filled with “perfect” for my site, or something like it).
It looks like I’m involved in my own retard rodeo of thinking I have things figured out and then being totally wrong. From my research it appears WebChat and the Fastpath Webchat work hand in hand? And I’m lost. Is there a walkthrough for implementing these options?
I really would appreciate at the very least someone pointing me to documentation regarding the installation and correct application of SparkWeb & Fastpath Webchat as an option being installed into a website. Or a walkthrough of some kind.
SparkWeb, redfire, Fastpath are plugins to Openfire and use port 9090. There is not much doucmentation.
Openfire has built-in BOSH support which is listening on port 7070 for incoming HTTP requests. If you want to use a web clients that nicely integrates with your web app using the standard TCP/IP port 80, you may consider to front end Openfire with Apache (or nginx or IIS 7, …).