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I am learning develop on Opensips. Now I want to develop on interface so that client software can get online user list. I know of "opensipsctl show online ", but I do not know where is its source code. So could any one tell me sth on this.
1, let me know the opensips show online souce code f ile
2, Could I query the status from database ?
Why not using the MI interface (which can be reached via FIFO, UDP, XMLRPC) with the ul_dump function (http://www.opensips.org/html/docs/modules/1.7.x/usrloc.html#id293412)
If you want to look into DB, check the "location" table, but the info may not be accurate, depending on what db_mode are you using.
I am fresh man on sip developing. really no idea on the existing interface. could you show some samples how to use ud_dump? what I want to do is client side could get the online status of personal contacts. My client is android project Csipsimple.
Or is there socket interface on Opensips for client to get online user information ?
what interfacing do you want to use ? FIFO file ? UDP packages ? XMLRPC ?
I have not clear understanding on the difference of the three ways.
It seems that all of them are used on server''s side, I must develop a service to read the imformation, then the client connect to my service , right ? If so, I wnat to try FIFO and UDP interfaces. Please help.
And Could I connect the interface from other computer or client ? I think this because I hope run Opensips and my Webservice seperatly.
hello, dear , help me please. (-_-)
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FIFO is used for local access only (if you want to query opensips from the same machine). For remote querying , better use UDP or XMLRPC for accessing the Management Interface.
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Could you show some samples about how to use UDP interface? I will develop client on Java. If C progam is neccesary to access the interface, I think I can do that.
You can simply send an UDP package with ":ps:" to list opensips processes:
echo ":ps:" | nc -u 127.0.0.1 4343