I created a web page that I put in the 'Tomcat\webapps\root\' directory. I also configured a http trigger with the url : '\greeting' (it's the form name in the web page) just like the example welcome.html in cisco docs. But it didn't work. I also noticed that the web page doesn't open if i type in the browser http://myserver:80/mypage.html.
(or "http://(type here your server name):8080/welcome.html")
- The html code for the welcome.html file should be like this :
Cisco forgot the clause 'value="Submit"' in the second tag.
This tag defines the "Submit" button of the web page.
- The "sayhello.html" file should be placed in C:\Program Files\wfavvid\template\.
- When the user clicks on the "Submit" button on the "welcome.html" page, the browser sends back a "GET" request to the web server. This request looks like this : http://(Your Server Name):8080/greeting?name=MyName
The Tomcat server on your IPCC server is configured to trap this request and trigger the IPCC "web-enabled" application.
I'm not sure that the IIS Server is configured (by the Cisco IPCC setup program) to do this trapping and so I don't think that it will work with the IIS server.
- Now, you have to create and configure a IPCC application triggered by an HTTP trigger.
- In the "Cisco Application Administration" web interface, you should create or modify an application to test the web-enabled script.
- In the "script" field of the "Cisco Script Application" window for this application, type "hello.aef" (without the quotes).
- Create a new trigger of the HTTP type for this application.
In the "URL" field of the "HTTP Trigger Configuration" window, type "/greeting" (without the quotes).
I suppose that this trigger creation somehow tells the Tomcat server that it should trap the "/greeting" GET request and trigger the "hello.aef" script.
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