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#1
[Originally posted by davidfranke]

First just wanted to say that I am enjoying the book. I'm developing some
enterprise applications using IM infrastructure, and I'm finding the text a
good introduction to the domain in general and to Jabber specifically. Nice
work.

Second, some corrections for future printings:

Chapter 1, Section 1.2.1 (page 15), in the XML NAMESPACES AND JABBER box:
in the "loose translations" for XML elements:

'You have a "bread" entity ...' ends with '... Done with "currency."'
Probably want '... Done with "bread."'

'You've got "currency." ...' should add: '... Done with "currency."'


Chapter 1, Section 1.2.3, third paragraph on page 24 starts:
"This situation is not handled by explicitly by email. ..."


That's all for now.
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#2
Re: Errata - a few more
[Originally posted by davidfranke]

Chapter 4, Listing 4.5 (page 127):
In main(), instantiate class SimpleMessageClient instead of class Client.

Chapter 5, paragraph after Listing 5.3 (page 146):
Method name "handlerChatMessage()" should be "handleChatMessage()"

Chapter 5, Listing 5.5 (page 150):
if (group.jid2nick.containsKey(nick)){
should be
if (group.nick2jid.containsKey(nick)){
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#3
Re: Errata - a few more
[Originally posted by iainshigeoka]

Thanks a lot for the kind comments and the corrections. If you have the time,
I'd really appreciate any review you could leave at amazon.com. Reviews there
really help new author's like me.

I also suggest looking at the smack library which is an open source Java
Jabber client library the company i work for is sponsoring. It's a bit easier
to use if you're interested in client-side development (once you understand
what's going on from the book, the book code leaves a lot to be desired for
development). smilie

Thanks again

-iain