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Question asked by on Jan 13, 2016
Latest reply on Jan 13, 2016 by jokearns

We are developing a web application that will show all of our company users along with their web presence.  This will be used by around 100 users concurrently.  However, the users are also logged in to the Jabber client.  Since I dont want to use their individual jabber credentials to log in (I believe this will conflict with the jabber client login), I am using a generic account.  However, it seems that I can only have one active session that is listening to subscribed user events, etc.


Am I going about this the wrong way?  If I use the Presence Web Services (REST) does it get around this restriction?  (Feel free to say "hey dummy, you have the cart before the horse, you should be doing <something better>!")