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How make a break in sofkey Dial:xxx ?

Hi,

i would like create a button, as a sofkey, with the value Dial:number&other.

- "number" is a value with my phone number to compose

- "other" is a other sequence of number.

but i would like name a break/wait between number and other ?

i was try comma (,) , dot (.), and space ( ), but just my first sequence (number) was composed, never the "other".

Can you help me ?

thanks

Aurelien

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Re: How make a break in sofkey Dial:xxx ?

There's nothing in the doc, schema, or even CTI functionality to dial multiple numbers concurrently. Not evev the phone can do that. Think about it... how do you make two outgoing calls at the same time from the same phone? You can't. You make one call, then once connected, you can conference in others people.

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Re: How make a break in sofkey Dial:xxx ?

yes, thanks.

I know that i can't make 2 outgoing call at the same time.

But, i would like call a vocal service (my first phone number) and automaticly send 'other' number (for exemple, my authentification number).

This solution cannot exist, create ?

Aurelien

Re: How make a break in sofkey Dial:xxx ?

Have you looked at the autodialer sample in the SDK? It does delay dialling. However, it's an app that pushes digit after digit to the phone.. that's how you achieve delay dialling. You can only dial digits and */# via dial URI.

Depending on the system you are using, you could append the authentication right after the main number. I can for instance dial the voicemail and automatically authentication, if I dial the number manually. If I put it on a speeddial, this will fail though so until you try the full string as your dial string, you won't know the results. Since this is a time sensitive thing (I figure if the dialled number doesn't pick up fast enough, digits would be lost, then again I don't know how digits are being sent in the Skinny protocol).

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