Authenticator for initiating entities.
|Called by the XmlStream when the underlying socket connection is in place.
|Perform stream initialization procedures.
|Called by the XmlStream when the stream has started.
|Called by the XmlStreamFactory when a connection has been made to the requested peer, and an XmlStream object has been instantiated.
|The XmlStream that needs authentication
Called by the XmlStream when the underlying socket connection is in place.
This allows the Authenticator to send an initial root element, if it's connecting, or wait for an inbound root from the peer if it's accepting the connection.
Subclasses can use self.xmlstream.send() to send any initial data to the peer.
Perform stream initialization procedures.
XmlStream holds a list of initializer objects in its initializers attribute. This method calls these initializers in order and dispatches the
STREAM_AUTHD_EVENT event when the list has been successfully processed. Otherwise it dispatches the INIT_FAILED_EVENT event with the failure.
Initializers may return the special
Reset object to halt the initialization processing. It signals that the current initializer was successfully processed, but that the XML Stream has been reset. An example is the TLSInitiatingInitializer.
Called by the XmlStream when the stream has started.
Authenticator.streamStarted to extract further stream headers from rootElement, optionally wait for stream features being received and then call initializeStream.