[sip-comm-dev] Re: Need Help for SIP-COMMUNICATOR usages


#1

Thanks Emil

First of all about "you should manually set the jmf
property" I got it in this web link
http://dns.antd.nist.gov/proj/iptel/
I have been following this link, before you let me
know about sip-communicator.org.

Then the UIN and PASSWORD issue is not clear to me,
still. During download or unzip time, nor even ant
build time I have set up any password or UIN, so I am
not clear what UIN and PASSWORD it is asking for. If
you have more documentation on it, in anyother web
link pls do send me those. I am giving a try with new
download from http://sip-communicator.org/download/.

Finally thanks a lot.

With regards

Mohammed Jubaer Arif.

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--- Emil Ivov <emil.ivov@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Jubair and please excuse the delay,

jubair arif wrote:
> But one thing I am not getting what dose it mean
by "you should
> manually set the jmf property" for the build.xml
file,

Could you please point me to the place where you
read that? This looks
like something that came from a very old
installation manual.

> where do I have to do this and what exactly I have
to do, because I
> am seeing you are pointing jmf in your ant script
already.

Indeed.

> Still I have explored to the next steps. I tried
to run the "ant
> rebuild" and then the "ant run". It works. But
when it is trying to
> open up it is asking me for a UIN and a password,
what are they and I
> am not getting whether I do have those
information, so could not go
> further, can you tell me where are these
information and how do I
> solve this problem.

The version you are referring to - 1.0 does not
currently support
anything but ICQ. UIN and password is what you need
to log on ICQ. If
you would like to you can use an early version of
the program until the
new one is completed. You can have one here:

http://sip-communicator.org/download/

(pick the release that best matches your needs)

> Finally, I want to get some information when the
client gui will
> appear, in one of my text file. For example, when
I will provide the
> UIN and password I am sure it will go to the next
screen or will
> execute some other class, can you tell me where
should I include my
> file writting module, I mean in which class I
should include my
> module to get information like RTP, RTCP, SIP
ports and Media
> capabilities information to a file.

You can do that with sip-communicator's early
versions and you could add
your hook inside the SipCommunicator class.

Hope this helps
Emil

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#2

Hello Mohammed,

jubair arif wrote:

Then the UIN and PASSWORD issue is not clear to me, still. During
download or unzip time, nor even ant build time I have set up any
password or UIN, so I am not clear what UIN and PASSWORD it is asking
for. If you have more documentation on it, in anyother web link pls
do send me those.

UIN is the identifier you need in case you'd like to use the ICQ instant
messaging service. In case you'd like to use it you can get one on

http://icq.com/register

Cheers
Emil

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jubair arif wrote:

But one thing I am not getting what dose it mean

by "you should

manually set the jmf property" for the build.xml

file,

Could you please point me to the place where you read that? This
looks like something that came from a very old installation manual.

where do I have to do this and what exactly I have

to do, because I

am seeing you are pointing jmf in your ant script

already.

Indeed.

Still I have explored to the next steps. I tried

to run the "ant

rebuild" and then the "ant run". It works. But

when it is trying to

open up it is asking me for a UIN and a password,

what are they and I

am not getting whether I do have those

information, so could not go

further, can you tell me where are these

information and how do I

solve this problem.

The version you are referring to - 1.0 does not currently support anything but ICQ. UIN and password is what you need to log on ICQ.
If you would like to you can use an early version of the program
until the new one is completed. You can have one here:

http://sip-communicator.org/download/

(pick the release that best matches your needs)

Finally, I want to get some information when the

client gui will

appear, in one of my text file. For example, when

I will provide the

UIN and password I am sure it will go to the next

screen or will

execute some other class, can you tell me where

should I include my

file writting module, I mean in which class I

should include my

module to get information like RTP, RTCP, SIP

ports and Media

capabilities information to a file.

You can do that with sip-communicator's early versions and you
could add your hook inside the SipCommunicator class.

Hope this helps Emil

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#3

Thanks a lot, I got it, keep up the good work. Best of
luck!

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--- Emil Ivov <emil.ivov@gmail.com> wrote:

Hello Mohammed,

jubair arif wrote:
> Then the UIN and PASSWORD issue is not clear to
me, still. During
> download or unzip time, nor even ant build time I
have set up any
> password or UIN, so I am not clear what UIN and
PASSWORD it is asking
> for. If you have more documentation on it, in
anyother web link pls
> do send me those.

UIN is the identifier you need in case you'd like to
use the ICQ instant
messaging service. In case you'd like to use it you
can get one on

http://icq.com/register

Cheers
Emil

>> jubair arif wrote:
>>> But one thing I am not getting what dose it mean
>> by "you should
>>> manually set the jmf property" for the build.xml
>> file,
>>
>> Could you please point me to the place where you
read that? This
>> looks like something that came from a very old
installation manual.
>>
>>
>>> where do I have to do this and what exactly I
have
>> to do, because I
>>> am seeing you are pointing jmf in your ant
script
>> already.
>>
>> Indeed.
>>
>>> Still I have explored to the next steps. I tried
>> to run the "ant
>>> rebuild" and then the "ant run". It works. But
>> when it is trying to
>>> open up it is asking me for a UIN and a
password,
>> what are they and I
>>> am not getting whether I do have those
>> information, so could not go
>>> further, can you tell me where are these
>> information and how do I
>>> solve this problem.
>> The version you are referring to - 1.0 does not
currently support
>> anything but ICQ. UIN and password is what you
need to log on ICQ.
>> If you would like to you can use an early version
of the program
>> until the new one is completed. You can have one
here:
>>
>> http://sip-communicator.org/download/
>>
>> (pick the release that best matches your needs)
>>
>>> Finally, I want to get some information when the
>> client gui will
>>> appear, in one of my text file. For example,
when
>> I will provide the
>>> UIN and password I am sure it will go to the
next
>> screen or will
>>> execute some other class, can you tell me where
>> should I include my
>>> file writting module, I mean in which class I
>> should include my
>>> module to get information like RTP, RTCP, SIP
>> ports and Media
>>> capabilities information to a file.
>> You can do that with sip-communicator's early
versions and you
>> could add your hook inside the SipCommunicator
class.
>>
>> Hope this helps Emil
>>
>>
>

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