Re: [rtcweb] Basic scenario 'impossible?' to achieve with the actual API

José Luis Millán <jmillan@aliax.net> Tue, 02 July 2013 18:29 UTC

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2013/7/2 Martin Thomson <martin.thomson@gmail.com>
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>
> This is fine for the case that has been proposed, but it doesn't work
> as well if A and B are initiating a session.  In that case, you would
> need two rounds of negotiation to get the functionality you describe.
>
> There are two separate problems here:
>
> 1. How do I reject a proposed stream?
>
> 2. How do I learn that my proposed stream was rejected?
>
> I'm sure that there are controls for this already...  Maybe.


Apart from the statistics API there aren' t, as far as I know. That would
solve the exposed issue.


> You
> could, as Enrico suggests, add streams one-by-one using multiple
> offer/answer rounds - then you would be able to isolate what was
> rejected. That doesn't really scale.


> Note: These questions are only relevant with offer/answer.  Choosing
> not to do offer/answer means that the application is in control, so
> the question is moot.
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