My questions may be silly but as I’'m newby please help me :
- I want to integrate wildfire with an existing php script that uses a MySQL database. the php software stores the usernames and passwords (MD5) in a table called members. I wanted to see if t’'s possible to have Wildfire read and write to this table. Theoritically it must be possible to do so, but has anyone yet done this or not ?
Also as another program will try writing in the same table sometimes ( like when a user wantes to change his/her password using the php script ), then is it a good idea to use InnoDB to lock the table or if possible a field when it’'s being updated ?
- Is there any web service that can send a text message from web browser to a user on Spark?
I saw XMPP but couldn’‘t find this. I mean a textbox where I can put the username I want to send the message and the message and then this meesage will be sent to the user. If he’'s online he will get it online and if offline, he will receive it whemn he comes online
Where does WIldfire stores it’‘s user’'s status? I mean which table and which field?
Is it possible for “View Profile” section in Spark to read the data from some fields in MySQL. I want to use the profile information of the user that is stored in the php script to be sent to Wildfire when a user wants to see another user’'s profile information.
What is the table “jiveid” for?
Is it a good idea to have both my php script and wildfire to read from a single DB to share information or not? As I will have almost 2500 online users in Wildfire soon and will this cause problem for both wildfire and my php program ?
Thanks in advance.