RUON integrated with WebSpace

Glassfish Web Space Server 10.0 previously known as Project WebSynergy is Sun's next-generation portal server platform. As discussed in my previous blog, we have integrated R U ON in Web Space. RUON(read as "are you ON") integrates presence and communication mechanisms in webspace portal. By integrating R U ON in webspace, if a user is online in any of the communication medium added by user, a provision for the communication using that medium is provided in portal. The communication medium which R U ON is integrated as if now is chat and call. Chat comes by default with webspace, so if a user is online on chat, all the places where user taglib is used it will show a chat link beside online users. Call has been integrated using sailfin, a sip server based on glassfish. Call, is available as an addon and is provided for only the commercial users of websynergy.

 A screenshot which shows the chat link beside Admin user in recent bloggers portlet, as it uses user taglib.

More details regarding Call will be added in future blogs.

Comments:

How to enable in WebSpace 10? Is it GA?

Posted by Anon on May 04, 2009 at 11:52 PM PDT #

Hi Anon,

It is available in webspace server by default. You just need to deploy the chat portlet from the plugins and it will be applied.

Posted by Murali on May 05, 2009 at 07:07 AM PDT #

Any plan to share/sell Call as a separete entity? - probably a portlet.

Is it currently implemented as a portlet or servlet ?

What happened with the RUON open source initiative, as everyhing is now included in the commercial version only. Is there any open source left from the project ?

Many thanks,
Liviu Cismaru

Posted by Liviu Cismaru on May 11, 2009 at 02:57 AM PDT #

Hi Liviu,

Presently call is available as a web addon of webspace. It is an xcelerator of webspace, so only the paid customers of webspace get this addon. Basic version of RUON is available in non commerical version, only call addon is available for commerical customers. Regarding opensource, yes we will put the code shortly on ruon.dev.java.net.

Posted by Murali on May 20, 2009 at 08:24 PM PDT #

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