I am developing an IP Phones application to show to our customers the flexibility of the XML Phone Services.
I built a web site that accesses a CRM Database, extracts Company and Contact information and transforms it to XML to show in the phones´ screen.
So far, It is working ok on a 7912 phone, I can see listings, select options, go back and forth... but if I use the same application in a 7940/60 or 7970 phone, the navigation buttons (Back, Exit, Submit) do not work.
The Phones firmware version are as follows:
The only possibility I am thinking of is that somehow the firmwares of 7940/60 and 7970 are buggy, as the XML code is pretty simple.
2) Upgrade to the latest loads.. I know that at least on the 7960 I have encountered some rather significant issues in the 7.2 series. We basically had to threw out 7.2.3 because it wouldn't work at all with some of my apps.
There are some things to take into account when working with Back and Exit. Exit doesn't really mean exit, it just closes what is currently on screen. If there was a page before it, depending on whether it's still cached, pressing Exit will just show the previous screen. Unfortunately, that behavior is inconsistent over phone types and loads so it requires some magic to get it working. One thing that you should always do if you want to use exit is using the expiry header (the documentation, at least the ccm 5.02 one, mentions some of this). I've gone another route and basically dynamically generate my back and close links.. back is an actual url, exit is Key:Services. That way, I'm not depending on phone loads and the application behaves consistently across phone types.
I'd check your XML against the schema.. my 7970 consistently reports XML parsing errors when I try to make it read your XML. One problem is your use of the softkeys, it should read SoftKey:Select, not Softkey:Select.
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