salt.modules.xmpp

Module for Sending Messages via XMPP (a.k.a. Jabber)

New in version 2014.1.0.

depends:
  • sleekxmpp>=1.3.1
  • pyasn1
  • pyasn1-modules
  • dnspython
configuration:

This module can be used by either passing a jid and password directly to send_message, or by specifying the name of a configuration profile in the minion config, minion pillar, or master config.

For example:

my-xmpp-login:
    xmpp.jid: myuser@jabber.example.org/resourcename
    xmpp.password: verybadpass

The resourcename refers to the resource that is using this account. It is user-definable, and optional. The following configurations are both valid:

my-xmpp-login:
    xmpp.jid: myuser@jabber.example.org/salt
    xmpp.password: verybadpass

my-xmpp-login:
    xmpp.jid: myuser@jabber.example.org
    xmpp.password: verybadpass
salt.modules.xmpp.send_msg(recipient, message, jid=None, password=None, profile=None)

Send a message to an XMPP recipient. Designed for use in states.

CLI Examples:

xmpp.send_msg 'admins@xmpp.example.com' 'This is a salt module test'             profile='my-xmpp-account'
xmpp.send_msg 'admins@xmpp.example.com' 'This is a salt module test'             jid='myuser@xmpp.example.com/salt' password='verybadpass'
salt.modules.xmpp.send_msg_multi(message, recipients=None, rooms=None, jid=None, password=None, nick=u'SaltStack Bot', profile=None)

Send a message to an XMPP recipient, support send message to multiple recipients or chat room.

CLI Examples:

xmpp.send_msg recipients=['admins@xmpp.example.com']             rooms=['secret@conference.xmpp.example.com']             'This is a salt module test'             profile='my-xmpp-account'
xmpp.send_msg recipients=['admins@xmpp.example.com']             rooms=['secret@conference.xmpp.example.com']            'This is a salt module test'             jid='myuser@xmpp.example.com/salt' password='verybadpass'