When we receive an internal call from IP Phone an xml script displays Caller's Name and DN. This is an IPPhoneDirectory tag. I would like to learn which script is executed when we receive a call so I can modify it and let the Caller's picture to be seen on the phone.
So, anyone knows which XML file is executed when we receive a call ?
I'm not aware of a script that is executed to display the callers info, as far as I know its a function of the Skinny (SCCP) protocol - the CallManager sends a "CallInfoMessage" SCCP message to the destination which contains information about the caller. You can see this by watching the packets during a call between two phones.
Are you using a third party program to push xml data to the phones during a call event? Or can you provide more information about this xml script that you mentioned? Perhaps someone here will know more, but this is an interesting issue!
there is an application call CallerInfo.jsp from CiscoIPServices its appear the caller information lik the picture i attached , but really I tried many times to applied this application but its not work with me .
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