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I saw your post on the ejabberd module mod_archive_odbc ”
For my purposes, I need to log information in the same way that mod_muc_log does it except to MySQL. Looking at the data in the tables for mod_archive_odbc, it looks like the message received event is not firing from ejabberd.
I needed to record presence changes and messages so I modified ejabberd’s mod_muc_room.erl to dispatch new events and mod_archive_odbc to handle them. Everything’s been working out fine so far. I haven’t read XEP-139, so I don’t know if my changes are compatible with the standard. Thanks for the reply.”
I was wondering if you still had this mod laying around because it’s exactly what I’m looking for – a way to log presence to a database for reporting. Thanks.
Travis BrackettFebruary 8, 2010
Unfortunately, that work I did for a company was several years ago. I wish I still had access to it, otherwise I would have posted it to github somewhere. Sorry, it’s been so long otherwise I would try and whip something together for you. If you’re willing to roll up your sleeves and do some reading up on Erlang, once comfortable with the syntax it only took me a couple of hours to figure out where to look and modify the code.
geekreliefFebruary 10, 2010
Hi Don-Duong, I hope you actually read these message 😀 I wanted to reach out about a possible contract opportunity for a Flash Developer in the Mountain View, CA area. Hope to hear from you soon! -Kiandra
Kiandra PlummerMarch 31, 2011
I do read these messages, but not too often as you can tell by my late reply. 🙂 Sorry about that. If you need to reach me immediately, you can find me at geekrelief @ gmail.
geekreliefApril 12, 2011
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