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Plugins extend and enhance the functionality of Openfire.
To install plugins, copy the .jar file into the plugins directory of
your Openfire installation.
JSXC Plugin Readme
The JSXC plugin adds the web client to Openfire. JSXC is a third party web client implementation. It's project home page is https://www.jsxc.org/
Copy jsxc.jar into the plugins directory of your Openfire installation. The plugin will then be automatically deployed. To upgrade to a new version, copy the new jsxc.jar file over the existing file.
The plugin is configured via the Openfire Admin Console. After installation, a new Admin Console page is available. The page can be found on a main menu in the "Web Clients" tab. The name of the page is "JSXC".
JSXC depends on HTTP binding, and will not work if the HTTP binding service of Openfire is disabled. It can be enabled on the Server > Server Settings > HTTP Binding page.
Using the Plugin
When properly configured, the JSXC web client will be made available on the same ports as the HTTP binding interface. The exact URLs for your instance of Openfire are displayed on the JSXC Configuration Admin Console page. By default, these URLs are:
- http://<your-server-name>:7070/jsxc/ (unencrypted HTTP)
- https://<your-server-name>:7443/jsxc/ (encrypted HTTPS)
After opening one of these addresses in a browser, the user is presented with a login form.