Self updating vcard
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Is there a way to be 100% sure a user has no v Card via an explicit answer from the server?As the title suggests, I am trying to create a vcard for my user and send it to the server, but it seems that it doesn't work, any ideas?i will much appreciate any help Here is my code together with the stream connect and authentication, I included thses part bacause there may also be something wrong with them, as I am a noob in working with xmpp framework, the i OS client tha I use is: https://github.com/robbiehanson/XMPPFramework the .h class code is: #import "XMPPStream.h" #import "XMPP.h" #import "XMPPReconnect.h" #import "XMPPPresence.h" #import "XMPPRoster.h" #import "Forgot Password View Controller.h" #import "XMPPReconnect.h" #import "XMPPRoster Core Data Storage.h" #import "Conracts View Controller.h" #import "Keychain Item Wrapper.h" #import "Sign Up View Controller.h" #import "XMPPv Card Temp.h" #import "XMPPv Card Temp Module.h" #import "XMPPv Card Core Data Storage.h" @interface Sign In View Controller : UIView Controller @property (strong, nonatomic) XMPPRoster Core Data Storage *xmpp Roster Storage; @property (strong, nonatomic) XMPPRoster *xmpp Roster; @property (strong, nonatomic) XMPPReconnect *reconnect; @property (strong, nonatomic) XMPPStream *xmpp Stream; @end @implementation Sign In View Controller @synthesize xmpp Roster Storage, xmpp Roster, reconnect, xmpp Stream; - (void)view Did Load - (void)sign In Button Function - (void)xmpp Stream Did Connect:(XMPPStream *)sender - (void)xmpp Stream Will Connect:(XMPPStream *)sender - (void)xmpp Stream Did Authenticate:(XMPPStream *)sender UPDATE 1 - UPLOAD VCARD SUCCEEDED: I have managed to update/ create a v Card by using the next code but I have a problem when I try to send an NSArray, using the method set Labels, the array is not send to the server or the serve doesn't save it when it receives it.The most adopted format for representing contact information is the v Card, whose last version is the 4.0 (see IETF’s RFC 6350, 2011), while the most adopted protocol for accessing contact information is the Card DAV (see in the IETF’s RFC 6352, 2011), which is based on the v Card format.Hence, I performed a little empirical study of the actual interoperability of the v Card format.
The mappings are fairly straightforward (a future version of this document might provide more detailed narrative descriptions of the mappings).