[SR-Users] PUBLISH/SUBSCRIBE in pidf format

Rupayan Dutta direct2rupayan at gmail.com
Thu Sep 5 08:55:00 CEST 2013

Thanks Daniel.May be I couldn't express my doubt properly.Actually we were
testing OfficeSIP server with SipML5 client for multiparty
videoconferencing with presence enabled for showing buddy list and it is
working properly.Now as we moved to kamailio with same client and
configuring kamailio with Websocket and presence support, I have noticed
that the presentity and xcap tables are not populated but location,watchers
and active watchers tables are showing correct entries after a user logs in
using sip over websocket from SIPML5. I have followed the steps as
described in " http://kb.asipto.com/kamailio:presence:k31-made-simple". As
Sipml5 sends PUBLISH/NOTIFY request in pidf format is this is the possible
cause?As I am a person from java based web application technology it is
really hard for me to detect the root cause.Please give me some idea
regarding this issue.

On Wed, Sep 4, 2013 at 3:29 PM, Daniel-Constantin Mierla
<miconda at gmail.com>wrote:

> Hello,
> On 8/29/13 2:32 PM, Rupayan Dutta wrote:
>> Can anybody suggest me whether kamailio 4.0.3 supports pidf format for
>> handling presence related stuff instead of XCAP server.If yes what are the
>> corrosponding changes in the kamaolio cfg file?
>> If not, then how can I test my kamailio presence with XCAP functionality
>> with a browser based client like SIPML5.Actually I want the XCAP related
>> stuff instead of pidf which is currently available in Dubango SIPML5
> PIDF is the document format used in PUBLISH/NOTIFY requests and works with
> kamailio presence/presence_xml modules. No need for an xcap server for
> this, but if you need one, then look at xcap_server module of kamailio.
> Cheers,
> Daniel
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