Jiplet Container is an open-source software that can be used and distributed freely under the terms and conditions of the Apache license.
The Jiplet Container require third-party libraries and packages that have different license agreements. These packages are bundled with the Jiplet Container source and binary packages for ease of installation and configuration. Some of these third-party software are licensed under the terms and conditions of popular open source licenses like Apache, LGPL, GPL, etc. There are other packages that are bundled with the Jiplet Container that are licensed under the terms and conditions of a commercial licenses but are re-distributable.
Please read the following license agreements carefully to ensure that your use of the Jiplet Container package is compliant with the licensing terms and conditions of CafeSip.org and other vendors whose software is bundled into the Jiplet Container package. If you are unable to comply with the license terms and conditions listed below, please remove the software from your computer immediately. For additional questions, please send emails to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Java API from XML Binding (JAXB)
The software is provided by Sun Microsystems. The software package is a part of the JAVA(TM) WEB SERVICES DEVELOPER PACK (JWSDP), VERSION 1.4. Read the license by clicking here. Only the JAXB component is included with the Jiplet Container distributions which is a freely distributable component of the JWSDP. Click here to find out more about the distributable components of JWSDP.
Jakarta Commons, LOG4J, JSTL and Ant
Jboss client and server libraries
The software is provided by Jboss and is distributed as per the terms and conditions of the Lesser GNU Public License (LGPL). Read the terms and conditions of use by clicking here. It also includes other open-source components.
The JAIN-SIP implementation included with this distribution is copyrighted by National Institute of Standards & Technology (NIST). Click here to read the terms and conditions of the license.
The unit testing tool is is provided by the JUNIT project and is distributed as per the terms and conditions of the Common Public License. Click here to read more about the terms and conditions of use.
Base64 Encoding source code
Public domain software from http://iharder.net/base64.
Message Digest Algorithm source code
JAIN-SIP Presence/Proxy source code
The proxy code included with the jiplet container was originally developed by M. Ranganathan, Olivier Deruelle, Jean Deruelle and Henrik Leion. This code has been significantly modified to work with the jiplet container but it was very helpful to have this code and we thank the developers. The source code is a public domain software. Read the notice.
Google Web Toolkit