Hey ho buddies!
I’m working on the integration of Openfire with a web system that uses
a MySQL DB to keep users’ info. I’ve integrated the auth, users’ info
and groups following the instructions available on the Custom Database
Integration Guide. That works like a charm! BUT when I log into
Openfire using Spark I can’t see the groups of the user! I took a look
at previous posts related to this issue and I figured out that in order
to make groups available on members’ rosters it’s necessary to set
“Enable contact list group sharing” in the Contact List (Roster)
Sharing box of the Edit Group area of the Admin Console. But in this
very box it’s written: "By default, this
group will only appear in the contact lists of the group’s members.".
So, as far as I could understand, if “bbking” is a member of the
BluesGroup group, whenever I log in as “bbking” this group must be on
my roster even if the “Enable contact list group sharing” is not
set, since “bbking” is a MEMBER and BY DEFAULT the group will appear in
the contact lists of the group’s members. Or I misunderstood the
Is there a way to make this “default” behavior really “default”?
Thanks a lot!!!