Instant Messaging Supported Standards

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Supported Standards

This information lists national, international, industry, and de-facto standards related to electronic messaging and for which support is claimed by Oracle Communications Instant Messaging Server. Most of these are Internet standards, published by the RFC Editor and approved by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF). Standards for documents from other sources are noted.

Protocols

Extensible Messaging and Presence Protocol(XMPP):

  • XMPP Core Protocols (RFC 3920, RFC 3921)
  • XMPP Extensions

OMA Instant Messaging and Presence Service (IMPS) - V1.1, V1.2.1
Short message peer-to-peer protocol (SMPP)

Supported XMPP Extensions

Number Name Comments
XEP-0004 Data Forms  
XEP-0016 Privacy Lists  
XEP-0022 Message Events  
XEP-0030 Service Discovery  
XEP-0045 Multi-User Chat  
XEP-0047 In-Band Bytestreams  
XEP-0048 Bookmarks  
XEP-0049 Private XML Storage  
XEP-0054 vcard-temp  
XEP-0055 Jabber Search  
XEP-0065 SOCKS5 Bytestreams  
XEP-0066 Out of Band Data Implemented by Client
XEP-0071 XHTML-IM Implemented by Client
XEP-0077 In-Band Registration  
XEP-0078 Non-SASL Authentication  
XEP-0079 Advanced Message Processing  
XEP-0085 Chat State Notifications Implemented by Client
XEP-0092 Software Version  
XEP-0095 Stream Initiation  
XEP-0096 SI File Transfer  
XEP-0100 Gateway Interaction  
XEP-0106 JID Escaping  
XEP-0114 Jabber Component Protocol  
XEP-0124 Bidirectional-streams Over Synchronous HTTP (BOSH)  
XEP-0126 Invisibility  
XEP-0153 vCard-Based Avatars  
XEP-0160 Best Practices for Handling Offline Messages  
XEP-0166 Jingle Implemented by Client
XEP-0167 Jingle RTP Sessions Implemented by Client
XEP-0177 Jingle Raw UDP Transport Method Implemented by Client
XEP-0191 Simple Communications Blocking  
XEP-0206 XMPP Over BOSH  
XEP-0107 User Mood  
XEP-0108 User Activity  
XEP-0118 User Tune  
XEP-0163 Personal Eventing Protocol  
XEP-0060 Publish-Subscribe Partially implemented
XEP-0199
XMPP Ping
 
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