now I get the following error starting the server:
INFORMATION: Loading providers for file [classpath:META-INF/extension.providers]
DEBUG 16:01:52,894 [main] (XMPPConnectionService.java:424) started Socks5 proxy on port: 41827 [listening on all interfaces]
DEBUG 16:01:52,898 [main] (XMPPConnectionService.java:441) using autodetected addresses: [192.168.99.15, fe80:0:0:0:24c9:9e5a:276e:6d35%eth0]
DEBUG 16:01:52,912 [main] (XMPPConnectionService.java:384) new connection state == CONNECTING
ERROR 16:01:53,702 [main] (XMPPConnectionService.java:386) new connection state == ERROR
SASL authentication DIGEST-MD5 failed: not-authorized:
DEBUG 16:01:53,714 [saros-XMPPContactService-ContactsThread] (XMPPContactsService.java:432) updated null - NOT_CONNECTED
DEBUG 16:01:53,859 [main] (XMPPConnectionService.java:384) new connection state == NOT_CONNECTED
Exception in thread "main" java.lang.NullPointerException
@nudelchef I just tried it with the most recent nightly and I am able to start the server without an issue. I am using the default command
java -Dsaros.email@example.com -Dsaros.server.password=1234 -jar saros.server.jar (replacing the placeholder credentials) given in the guide for the Saros server on our website.
Are you using our XMPP server (
saros-con.imp.fu-berlin.de) or a different server?
7777(no idea whether there is a specific reason for it). In Saros/I and the server, you currently don't have any way of accessing these settings.
Did somebody fixed the issue that you cant reconnect to the server until it was restarted or should I open a Issue page on Github?
No, I don't think anybody has had a look at that yet. We are working with limited resources and the Server is somewhat of a lower priority.
Opening an issue for it would still be appreciated so that we can keep track of it, but I can't promise that we will get around to fixing it in the near future.
Hello, I am trying to share my project via right clicking on the project and going to "Share Project" but when it asks which contact I want to share it with there is no one listed. If I try to share the project via right clicking on the contact, eclipse stops responding. Any idea on what could be causing this or what I can try?
This sounds like an internal issue with Saros. Could you please open an issue for it so that we can analyze it in more detail?
You can open a new issue here: https://github.com/saros-project/saros/issues/new/choose
However I have an issue since I tried to edit files which are symbolic links to other files. Intellij keep telling me the file was modified outside of the IDE, then either loses my modifications of duplicate them.
This is a corner-case that we have generally not tested, but I was not able to recreate is locally when trying it out now. Could you create an issue for this providing more information on the issue and the Saros log files?
Hi, when I try to add someone as a contact it says: Subscription pending. Anyone know why?
Adding contact in XMPP is a two-sided process. "Subscription pending" means that the other side has most likely not answered your request yet.
Invitation was canceled locally because of an error: ... does not Support saros or the request timed out. But we all have the same saros Version 16.0.1 and the same properties. We are working in the same network using Cisco jabber. I could send messages via Eclipse/saros but don't Share Session. The only different seams to be the Eclipse Version. I use 2020-06 (4.16.0). Coworkers who can share sessions use 2020-03 (4.15.0). Is this the problem?
Are your Saros contacs displayed in pure yellow or some blueish stuff ? To be more specific, if your contacts are pure yellow (the little body) then either the contact is just a native non Saros XMPP client or the server does not not support XEP-0115. If the contact list includes contacts that are displayed with a blue body and you still could not establish a session with them then please dig down through the log files and report any errors via the mailing list.
I was wondering if the ability to perform the configuration of on-premise xmpp server from IDE (especially set a custom port number) is still on feature list ?
You can configure the port used to connect to a specific XMPP server as part of the account creation dialog. The option to choose the port is only displayed if a specific server address is given as well.
If you are asking whether we plan to add support for actually adjusting the configuration of the XMPP server: No, this is not something we had planned. There are many different implementations for XMPP servers and I am not sure whether there even is a standard for configuring them remotely. In general, this is not something that fits the feature set of Saros in my opinion.