How can i use windows live messenger to send build notifications from my Bamboo build server?
I'm behind my corporate firewall, however i believe i've sorted out all issues related to that, and all ports and what not are open and available. However, i get a "no response from server" no matter what i do.
Is there any documentation on how to hook bamboo up to use window live messenger? Is there documentation that states that it isn't possible?
I am not really looking to troubleshoot here, i'm mostly just asking if there is any documentation on this subject, as i cannot seem to find any.
Bamboo did not support Windows Live Messenger up until recently when Microsoft introduced XMPP/Jabber protocol access for Live Messenger.
Microsoft has some documentation on how to access Live Messanger accounts through XMPP/Jabber. Have you tried the server connection information on this page?
Thanks for the response, James!
I started to look at the msdn articles right before i posted the question here, and when i got to the application client id and the authentication token and that lot, i decided i'd rather try harder to find some Bamboo specific documentation before i got lost in that xmpp \ see-other-host \ oauth 2.0 madness which i know nothing about.
Nope. Not working. I could be misreading this, but it sounds like there is stuff that Bamboo will have to have written to even make it possible.
(note, this was a change to the initial xmpp release for wlm that went out in april of 2012 and was a breaking change. is it possible that bamboo no longer works, given these changes?)
Note The see-other-host requirement is a breaking change beginning with the April 2012 release. All apps, including those that work with the December 2011 release, must implement see-other-host. Any app that implements Messenger XMPP but doesn't also implement see-other-host will no longer work.
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