I have a bunch of cisco 7940 and 7942g phones that Id like to be able to be able to query real time call info on
Basically given a phone tell me if its on an active call and if so with whom?
Ive managed to figure out how to query Cisco Unified Communications Manager ( CUCM 8.5 if that matters ) to get physical device info so via the following I can get a phone IP and directory #s registered to that device Calling Cisco Communications Manager Real Time Information Port (RisPort) Serviceability XML APIs with PHP http://dparkinson.blogspot.com/2012/07/calling-cisco-communications-manager.html
Using that info I can then communicate directly with a phone and do neat things like progamatically pickup lines, toggle mute and speaker, or take a screen shot of the phone
Thats all great but I just want to be able to query a phone and see if a registered line is in use and if so who the is the other directory number the line is communicating with. The screen shot thing works and is neat and all... but I need text output i can manipulate
Im begining to think what Im wanting to do isnt progamatically possible. Though I know call center software exists that can show a grouping of phones and their real time status. So somehow this data is programatically accessable. Perhaps Im missing something ?
Any advice would be greatly apprecaited. Thanks in advance and thanks for a great forum community -m
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