I several questions on this, hoping that you will give me a clue...
1. Initially I thought a message could not be push to multiple IP phones, however, I refer to a cisco partnership company website (I thin it's called www.berbee.com) where they are able to do the mssg broadcasting under one of their IP telephony services applications. I am wondering if anybody know how to do this. I have a user registered in CM which has all devices associated to it. But, what IP addr should I put to following action if I want it to do broadcasting?
action="<IP addr of IP Phone>/CGI/Execute">
I have tried using 10.1.1.1 (I read it from somewhere else)but it has failed.
2. Can I have more than one <ExecuteItem> within the tag <CiscoIPPhoneExecute> and </CiscoIPPhoneExecute>? If it is possible, when should we add more than one and what will happen to the IP Phone?
3. I am trying to let the user sending their message to IP phone via a simple HTML push application using CiscoIPPhoneExecute XML Parser. I am wondering is there any restriction on how many character that the http:<ip phone addr>/CGI/Execute can accept? I can only submit up to 50 characters and whenever I sent more than that, let it be 51 characters, it prompt me <CiscoIPPhoneError Number="1" />
4. After submitting the message the next html page shows me
3. The URL can be something like 255 characters in length. I would guess that it is the character that you are adding is the problem because the Error number 1 is a parser error. If you put a & in a URL field it must be "&". The XML escape sequences are documented in our documentation as well as the XML 1.0 standard.
4. Us outputting the two headers may be a bug. A DDTS will be opened on this.
Don't fully understand what is being said here. The User Input allows the input of a finite number of characters. It is a phone and not a data entry terminal. More specifics would help in understanding what you are trying to accomplish and if the device is behaving as intended.
Thanks for your reply but I have further questions on your answer.
1. What do you mean by 'legwork' ?
3. I try to put "&" instead of just & but it doesn't work , I think it was because that there are 2 pairs of quote (") using in the codes - a nested quote pair (<......value="........."&"......">) , pls have a look
1. By legwork, I mean that they have accepted that they would need to post to each individual phone, and developed a way to execute this when there are multiple IP phones to post the same message.
3.If you put a & in a URL field it must be "& amp ; " (Please remove the spaces between the quotes, as html formatting makes that look like "&" without the spaces). The XML escape sequences are documented in our documentation as well as the XML 1.0 standard.
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