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Hi Folks, I am trying to get the list of my roster and status of a particular buddy using the Net XMPP protocol. But for some odd reason,i can get the list of my entire roster but not the status of a particular buddy.
#!/usr/bin/perl use Net::XMPP; use Data::Dumper; my $username = ''; my $password = ''; my $resource = 'Perl'; my $hostname = ''; my $port = 5222; my $componentname = ''; my $connectiontype = 'tcpip'; my $tls = 1; # Connect to Google Talk my $Connection = new Net::XMPP::Client(); my $stat = $Connection->Connect( hostname => $hostname, port => $port, tls => $tls, componentname => $componentname, connectiontype => $connectiontype, ) or die "Failed:$!\n";; my @res = $Connection->AuthSend( username => $username, password => $password, resource => $resource ) or die "Failed to Auth +:$!\n"; $Connection->PresenceSend(show=>'available'); my $roster = $Connection->Roster(); my @buddies = $Connection->RosterGet(); my $user = $roster->online(''); print "Roster - @buddiesn"; print "User - $user\n"; while (my $x=$Connection->Process()) { }
what am i doing wrong here ? $user is undef !!

In reply to Getting gtalk user status using Net XMPP by hello_world

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