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Configuring IPMA using AXL ?

Hi, I would like to know if it's possible to add and configure IPMA Users (Managers and Assistants) by using AXL ?

Thanks a lot,

Bruno.

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Re: Configuring IPMA using AXL ?

Hi Bruno,

I think this should work, because there are two complex types:

- XIPMALineMode

- XIPMATarget

in the AXL documentation schema (for 6.x).

Regards

Axel

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Re: Configuring IPMA using AXL ?

Hi Axel,

Thanks a lot for your answer.

But I am surprised, because XIPMALineMode and XIPMATarget are juste SimpleType with a very few parameters :

- XIPMALineMode : Proxe or Shared

- XIPMATarget : Manager/Assistant or Diverted

That's it.

How to configure Intercom Line ? Primary Line ? Associated Managers ? Manager Association to Assistant Line ?...

And another question is : I don't how to use those SimpleType, with which Elements can I use them ?

Thanks a lot and happy new year !

Bruno.

Re: Configuring IPMA using AXL ?

Basic line configuration is done via updateLine axl command.

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Re: Configuring IPMA using AXL ?

Hi Stephan, Bruno,

I am interested in this topic too. I am using AXL interface to manage users/phones/lines on my CallManager (adding, removing, updating) but one of the operation I do not know how to perform is configuring IPMA thanks this very same requests.

I found the XIPMALineMode and XIPMATarget simpleType descriptions :

simpleType axl:XIPMALineMode namespace http://www.cisco.com/AXL/1.0

type restriction of xsd:string

facets enumeration Proxy

enumeration Shared

source

---

simpleType axl:XIPMATarget namespace http://www.cisco.com/AXL/1.0

type restriction of xsd:string

facets enumeration Manager/Assistant

enumeration Diverted

source

But like Bruno, I cannot find more related information about them and I do not understand how to use them.

- How can I call these types and set them for a line ?

XIPMALineMode and XIPMATarget does not seem to be tags that can be used in the updateLine request nor requests by themselves.

- Is there any document explaining how they fit with the common AXL requests / responses ?

I found their description there :

http://www.selso.com/doc/axl/api.html

But they are not linked to any other request... and I there is no trace of them on my CallManager servers (AXL files, logs etc).

Have you got any idea ?

Thanks,

Julien

Community Member

Re: Configuring IPMA using AXL ?

Hi Stephan, Bruno,

I am interested in this topic too. I am using AXL interface to manage users/phones/lines on my CallManager (adding, removing, updating) but one of the operation I do not know how to perform is configuring IPMA thanks this very same requests.

I found the XIPMALineMode and XIPMATarget simpleType descriptions :

simpleType axl:XIPMALineMode namespace http://www.cisco.com/AXL/1.0

type restriction of xsd:string

facets enumeration Proxy

enumeration Shared

source

---

simpleType axl:XIPMATarget namespace http://www.cisco.com/AXL/1.0

type restriction of xsd:string

facets enumeration Manager/Assistant

enumeration Diverted

source

But like Bruno, I cannot find more related information about them and I do not understand how to use them.

- How can I call these types and set them for a line ?

XIPMALineMode and XIPMATarget does not seem to be tags that can be used in the updateLine request nor requests by themselves.

- Is there any document explaining how they fit with the common AXL requests / responses ?

I found their description there :

http://www.selso.com/doc/axl/api.html

But they are not linked to any other request... and I there is no trace of them on my CallManager servers (AXL files, logs etc).

Have you got any idea ?

Thanks,

Julien

Re: Configuring IPMA using AXL ?

Unfortunately, it doesn't look like those types are used anywhere - they may have been defined in anticipation of being used one day, but they are not in use, not even in CCM6. However, assuming that the configuration is made on the Callmanager, you can always look at the database schema (Cisco calls it the Database Dictionary and you can find them here: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/products_programming_reference_guides_list.html) for the ccm version you're using and see if you find something - in fact I saw ipmauser, ipmalineinfo and a bunch of other tables.. so configure things as you like, then use axl to read out the values from the database - then you can replicate those settings using axl to write into the database.

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