[sip-comm] sip communicator interaction with anapplication


#1

Hi there,
I am new to the list, donno if this the right place to put my question, if
not please tell me where to?

I have installed the sip communicator, I want to thank who have participate
on it ,

and I need a java application I am writing to be able to control some of the
functionality of the phone!, is it possible to do so?,
does the phone support some kind of API's, or understand JTAPI?

hope you can help me with that ,

for more information, the application should be able to keep open the phone
(initiated when it is opened, this is through the application have nothing t
o do with the phone it self) but the phone is needed to be in the back
ground, not on the desktop, then the application be able to answer each time
the phone receive a call, and things like that,


#2

Hey peace keeper,

peace keeper wrote:

Hi there,
I am new to the list, donno if this the right place to put my question,
if not please tell me where to?

Our dev list would probably fit better this kind of queries but sending
it here is alright I guess.

I have installed the sip communicator, I want to thank who have
participate on it ,

You are welcome!

and I need a java application I am writing to be able to control some of
the functionality of the phone!, is it possible to do so?,

Yes sure. Right now the easiest way would be to design your application
using OSGi and then make it run within the same environment as SIP
Communicator. This way you would have access to all its functionalities.

does the phone support some kind of API's, or understand JTAPI?

No, I am afraid we don't have any APIs for external access at the moment.

hope you can help me with that

for more information, the application should be able to keep open the
phone (initiated when it is opened, this is through the application have
nothing t o do with the phone it self) but the phone is needed to be in
the back ground, not on the desktop, then the application be able to
answer each time the phone receive a call, and things like that,

One of our GSoC students is currently working on a project called
GeekCommunicator:

http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/GSOC2009/GeekCommunicator

Once we are ready with it, you'd be able to have all the control you
need through simple shell script commands. The project should be
finalized by the end of the summer.

Cheers
Emil

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#3

Hi,
Thanks very much

Peace Keeper

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On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 12:49 PM, Emil Ivov <emcho@sip-communicator.org>wrote:

I imagine you are referribg to 3pcc and if so then that would probably not
work since you want be able to do things that require user intervention like
answering the phone for example.

Emil

On 17 mai 09, at 10:57, peace keeper <peacekeeperaccount@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Emil,
what about the sip programing, is there is a way such that the program can
use the sip functionality to allow the application control the sip Comm.

On Sun, May 17, 2009 at 4:05 AM, Emil Ivov < <emcho@sip-communicator.org> > emcho@sip-communicator.org> wrote:

Hey peace keeper,

peace keeper wrote:
> Hi there,
> I am new to the list, donno if this the right place to put my question,
> if not please tell me where to?

Our dev list would probably fit better this kind of queries but sending
it here is alright I guess.

> I have installed the sip communicator, I want to thank who have
> participate on it ,

You are welcome!

> and I need a java application I am writing to be able to control some of
> the functionality of the phone!, is it possible to do so?,

Yes sure. Right now the easiest way would be to design your application
using OSGi and then make it run within the same environment as SIP
Communicator. This way you would have access to all its functionalities.

> does the phone support some kind of API's, or understand JTAPI?

No, I am afraid we don't have any APIs for external access at the moment.

> hope you can help me with that
>
> for more information, the application should be able to keep open the
> phone (initiated when it is opened, this is through the application have
> nothing t o do with the phone it self) but the phone is needed to be in
> the back ground, not on the desktop, then the application be able to
> answer each time the phone receive a call, and things like that,

One of our GSoC students is currently working on a project called
GeekCommunicator:

<http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/GSOC2009/GeekCommunicator>
http://www.sip-communicator.org/index.php/GSOC2009/GeekCommunicator

Once we are ready with it, you'd be able to have all the control you
need through simple shell script commands. The project should be
finalized by the end of the summer.

Cheers
Emil