Calling Extenal web link at ICM Script

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Jun 22nd, 2009
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Hi folks,


Can I call any external web links in ICM Script?

Like I have an SMS server and I want to send SMS to the user when he's pressing desired CED, I need to call an URL of the SMS Server. Can I do that?

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david.macias Mon, 06/22/2009 - 04:45
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I don't think so. You should do this through some peripheral, probably an IVR. IP IVR or CVP can do what you're looking to do.


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david.macias Mon, 06/22/2009 - 05:25
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Very true, however I would see the app gateway route being far more complicated than going the route of CVP or IP IVR. IMHO.


dam

Md. Mijanur Rahman Mon, 06/22/2009 - 06:15
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Thing is, with app gateway i can trigger the database with the stored procedures, but how can i call an URL of SMS server?

I can make the scenario more clear, if i hit the URL 'http://SMSserver:port/body=xx;subno=yy;sub=zz;etc,etc' from IE or any browser, the SMS is sent to the recipient. Can I do the same with app gateway?

Or, how can do it with CVP? any link to help?

kamesh Mon, 06/22/2009 - 09:11
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Using CVP, you may have to write a Java class that does this HTTP operation. You may also make this a custom Action element that you can reuse in applications.


You may visit the CVP developer forum for additional help on developing custom CVP elements.


http://developer.cisco.com/web/cvp/


regards,

Kamesh


>Very true, however I would see the app gateway route being far more complicated than going the route of CVP or IP IVR. IMHO.


No doubt about it. But if I was running close to a million calls a day, I think I would not want to be going through CVP or IP IVR for this.


Regards,

Geoff



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