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Is RFC 6122 supported by Tigase

Alina Sun
Added over 3 years ago

Hello all,

According to http://www.tigase.net/server-features, RFC 6122 is not supported by Tigase. But I find that I can register a unicode username in tigase server.

Then is RFC 6122 supported by Tigase? If not, which features defined in RFC 6122 is not supported?

Thanks,

Alina


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Added by Wojciech Kapcia TigaseTeam over 3 years ago

This RFC defines address format and was split from RFC3920 (and most likely will get integrated back into Core/IM RFCs in the future) and since then we support what's defined in those specifications.

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Added by Alina Sun over 3 years ago

Do you mean that some features in RFC 6122 are already supported in Tigase?

According to my test, at least the unicode in user name is supported.

Added by Alina Sun over 3 years ago

I test Tigase further, and I find Tigase supports unicode in localpart, domainpart and resource part. Tigase also supports leading "-" and ending "-" in domainpart. Some non-LDH ASCII codes are supported too. But I got an error if I have a "&" in the domainpart.

Added by Wojciech Kapcia TigaseTeam over 3 years ago

Alina Sun wrote:

Do you mean that some features in RFC 6122 are already supported in Tigase?

Yes.

Alina Sun wrote:

I test Tigase further, and I find Tigase supports unicode in localpart, domainpart and resource part. Tigase also supports leading "-" and ending "-" in domainpart. Some non-LDH ASCII codes are supported too. But I got an error if I have a "&" in the domainpart.

Ampersand (@&@) is not valid character!

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