Call Manager 3.3 states that you can now use CallParkRequest to get a JTAPI application to park a call.
There is *NO* documentation on how to achieve this. The JTAPI developer guide mentions call parking only in a very vague sense and does not describe how to use the CallParkRequest class in practice. How do I link connections, calls, addresses to the call?
Do the JTAPI developers monitor this forum? How do I talk to these guys? Is *ANYONE* else out there actively developing in JTAPI? I could do with a few kindred spirits to bounce things off.
I am not sure how many Jtapi developers actually monitors this forum (IPT), but there might be more of them in the "Open Voice Application" section.
I agree with you that call park is mentioned vaguely in the JTAPI Developer Guide for CM 3.3, however, Cisco has developer support for detailed implementation questions on JTAPI, for a cost of course. :)
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