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CiscoIPPhoneImageFile Help

Hi,

Has anyone managed to get the CiscoIPPhoneImageFile to work on a 7960 or 7912? I've managed to get it working on communicator but that's all. I get no errors etc.

Thanks

Gus

<%@ Language=JavaScript %>

<%

Response.ContentType = "text/xml";

%>

<CiscoIPPhoneImageFile>

<Title>TESTTSTSTSTSTS</Title>

<LocationX>1</LocationX>

<LocationY>1</LocationY>

<URL>http://10.10.10.50/ccmpd/Gus/image.png</URL>

</CiscoIPPhoneImageFile>

<%

Response.Flush();

%>

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Re: CiscoIPPhoneImageFile Help

Hi Gus,

The 7960 and 7912 do not support the CiscoIPPhoneImageFile element, which is meant to display color image PNG files on PNG-capable phones, which is currently limited to the 7970 and Communicator.

See the following model/feature grid for more details:

http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_programming_reference_guide_chapter09186a0080406727.html#wp1033107

Community Member

Re: CiscoIPPhoneImageFile Help

Hi Gus,

According to the IP Phone Services Application Developer Notes (OL-7320-02), CiscoIPPhoneImageFile is only supported on 7970G/7971G-GE and IP Communicator.

I stumbled on your post as I'm trying to understand how to identify which type of handset is making a request via the x-CiscoIPPhoneModelName and then change the output accordingly.

Hope that explains/helps.

Regards,

Darren.

Cisco Employee

Re: CiscoIPPhoneImageFile Help

CiscoIPPhoneImageFile is also supported by the new 7941 and 7961 phones.

Thanks,

Darrick

Community Member

Re: CiscoIPPhoneImageFile Help

Hi !

Yes I have the same conclusion : the XML Object CiscoIPPhoneImageFile is only supported by high resolution screen like for the 7970,7941,7961...

it's not clearly explained in the doc :(

I tested it on a 7940G and I receive this kind of error message "XML Analysis error".

So maybe you wonder "how can I find the model of IP Phone to use the correct XML object" ...

you can find it in the headers of the HTTP request : Header Name : x-CiscoIPPhoneModelName

I hope it will help...

Thierry

Cisco Employee

Re: CiscoIPPhoneImageFile Help

There is a table in the document that clearly shows what XML objects are supported on each device type. Check out the latest version at the following link.

Thanks,

Darrick

http://www.cisco.com/univercd/cc/td/doc/product/voice/vpdd/cdd/5_0/ipphsv/ip502ch2.htm#wp1047671

Community Member

Re: CiscoIPPhoneImageFile Help

Hi Darrick,

I made a mistake, you're right it's clearly explained in this document... I didn't have the last version.

Thanks,

Thierry

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