I found what appears to be a bug (wrong header information, possibly?) in the Callmanager 5 directory service that is keeping the corporate/personal directories from working on the phones. We are running:
System version: 22.214.171.1240-2
Administration version: 126.96.36.199-1
The following describes behaviors using the default location for Directories (server/ccmcip/xmldirectory.jsp).
When you attempt to access the corporate or personal directories with the phone, you receive a "Host not found" error. However, if you copy and paste the XML into another file and put a valid XML header on it, the phone reads it fine. As an example, I created a PHP file on another web server, copied the XML that should be received from the xmldirectory.jsp, and pasted it into the PHP file with a valid XML header. I pointed Callmanger to this new file as the location for directories, and the phone read it fine.
It appears that pretty much all of the pages involved in both the corporate and personal directories are afflicted with this issue. I did some testing using the PHP method I described above to see which pages were affected. For corporate directories, the only page that I could return right from the Callmanager without creating a PHP "proxy" file was the actual directory listing (xmldirectorylist.jsp). However, any pages called from there such as "Next" and "Search" would not work. For personal directories, the login.do page was the only one that would display correctly on the phone. Any of the menu choices present on that page would fail to load on the phone.
It is apparent that the callmanager files work as they should, aside from the output not being able to be displayed on the phone.
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