[sip-comm-dev] Only SIP on SIP Communicator


#1

Dear Developers,

I am a newbie in SIP protocol, and taking the way to understand and build a
service on
SIP Protocol to provide video conferencing services. This service will be
implemented in
Knopflerfish OSGi framework. (Asterisk Server involved)

I would like to know that the very first version of SIP Communicator is
supported only
SIP Protocol with video conferencing? Where can i get the version if so?

I tried to understand how SIP Communicator function, but i seems to be too
complicated
for me. I tried to use it as a library but i doesn't work. I would like to
ask helps from all
developers.

I will be very appreciate if you can help me.
Thanks a million.

Best Regards,
Sean


#2

Hey Sean,

Dear Developers,

I am a newbie in SIP protocol, and taking the way to understand and build a
service on
SIP Protocol to provide video conferencing services. This service will be
implemented in
Knopflerfish OSGi framework. (Asterisk Server involved)

I would like to know that the very first version of SIP Communicator is
supported only
SIP Protocol with video conferencing? Where can i get the version if so?

I tried to understand how SIP Communicator function, but i seems to be too
complicated
for me. I tried to use it as a library but i doesn't work. I would like to
ask helps from all
developers.

I will be very appreciate if you can help me.
Thanks a million.

Best Regards,
Sean

I'm new and quiet here, but have been looking into embedding SIP
Communicator into an existing app (comes with a steep learning curve.

You should start from the documentation here:
http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/Documentation/DeveloperDocumentation

Get the subclipse and ant into eclipse, build, deploy, etc. Personally I
prefer to code in eclipse, build on the commandline and deploy the
sc-bundles into my workspace via a simple script.

<http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/Documentation/DeveloperDocumentation>
SIPComm uses the OSGi stack/framework (Felix), so it runs like a
self-contained system offering "services". This is a good introductory link:
http://felix.apache.org/site/apache-felix-framework-launching-and-embedding.html

If you want to use it as a library, you need to be familiar with reflection.

Hope this helps. :slight_smile:

Sorry if I have made any mistakes or provided any inaccurate info.

pH

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On Tue, Jun 9, 2009 at 8:30 PM, ChunSean <chunsean@gmail.com> wrote: