PLAIN SASL authentication fails to authenticate clients that are sending bare JIDs

Description

"We just ran into a problem doing Authentication withWildFire using the Open Source SoapBox Framework and SASL Plain.

The SoapBox Framework is using a bare JID ("user@server")as the authid that's passed across the link. The Jive server is expectingonly a user name ("user").

The RFC doesn't really say either way, and I figurethis is a good chance to get it clarified.

(The SoapBox Framework now can do both, but I would sureprefer just one or the other)

--Chris Mullins"

Environment

None
Fixed

Assignee

Gaston Dombiak

Reporter

Gaston Dombiak