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BEGIN: VCARD VERSION:4.0 N: Bloggs; Joe;;; FN: Joe Bloggs EMAIL; TYPE=home; PREF=1:[email protected]; TYPE="cell,home"; PREF=1:tel: 44 20 1234 5678 ADR; TYPE=home; PREF=1:;;1 Trafalgar Square; London;; WC2N; United Kingdom URL; TYPE=home; PREF=1: TYPE=home; PREF=1:skype:joe.bloggs X-SOCIALPROFILE; TYPE=home; PREF=1:twitter: END: VCARD The specification of the v Card is kind of shocking.Believe or not, it does not support social networking addresses yet. ##In no event and under no legal theory, whether in tort (including negligence), contract, or otherwise, unless required by applicable law (such as deliberate and grossly negligent acts) or agreed to in writing, shall the XMPP Standards Foundation or any author of this Specification be liable for damages, including any direct, indirect, special, incidental, or consequential damages of any character arising from, out of, or in connection with the Specification or the implementation, deployment, or other use of the Specification (including but not limited to damages for loss of goodwill, work stoppage, computer failure or malfunction, or any and all other commercial damages or losses), even if the XMPP Standards Foundation or such author has been advised of the possibility of such damages.

Here is my update: from my test I conclude that there should be an issue when the serve should handle NSArrays.

I also tried to send a custom XML, here is the example, I don't know how to send an array so I converted it to string: NSLog(@"TEST FOR VCARD"); NSXMLElement *v Card XML = [NSXMLElement element With Name:@"v Card" xmlns:@"vcard-temp"]; NSXMLElement *nickname Element = [NSXMLElement element With Name:@"nickname" string Value:@"A0Test1"]; NSArray *my Test Array = [NSArray array With Objects:@"IT",@"PC", nil]; NSXMLElement *nickname Element2 = [NSXMLElement element With Name:@"interests" string Value:[NSString string With Format:@"%@", my Test Array]]; [v Card XML add Child:nickname Element]; [v Card XML add Child:nickname Element2]; XMPPv Card Temp *newv Card Temp = [XMPPv Card Temp v Card Temp From Element:v Card XML]; [xmppv Card Temp Module update Myv Card Temp:newv Card Temp]; My question remains now, how to check if it reached the server, is there any delegate method called by xmpp framework when the v Card transfer is completed like in stream case? UPDATE 3 - Need help in uploading the v Card: So after succeeding in uploading my v Card I tried to implement the fetch v Card, so I replaced the upload code with the fetch code in the xmpp Stream Did Authenticate:delegate method and also in my .h file added the delegate XMPPv Card Temp Module Delegate.

During my experiments, I've found out that when requesting a v Card for a user via something like: Then no delegate method will be called if the user has no v Card on the server.

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?