Re: Emulator limitations and Dot net Framework 1.1
As long as you don't need an actual callmanager, the ccm emulator will do fine but you absolutely must connect physical phones.. here's why: different phones act differently, and so do different phone loads. It is therefore a must that you work with all the phone types that your app is going to run on. I know the XML syntax is comparatively simple so you might think "hey, no problem, if the browser can read it, it must be okay", but make no mistake that this isn't so. I usually do my testing with an IP Communicator connected to a real call manager, but even there, once the app is up and running you gotta put it into a real environment to figure out the snags.. it may not even be your app, but if you come across a phone load bug, you either have to count on Cisco to fix it (and then if they do, get your customers to upgrade to that particular load), or you have to work around it.
Just one example here: the appstatus:init command ought to clear the "X missed calls" ... it does so on the IPC, 797x, 7961/41/11. It does not on the 7960/40/05.
As far as the language or framework goes, use whatever you feel most comfortable with. The schema import tool ought to be able to turn the phone schema file into a nice set of classes that you can use so you won't have to write xml by hand. There are no peculiarities with any language and you see many languages used throughout this community, both script languages and compiled ones.
The short answer is that you don't.... That isn't entirely true while at
the same time it kind of is, but for the most part you don't configure
the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
answer. Be sure to read the whole thing or e...
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