I am trying to put call on hold while in route point. I follow Cisco documentaion to register CiscoRouteTerminal to terminate RTP
When I call route point I do not get call events (and can not answer call).
If I make call from route point to extension events are coming. If I answer call at extension, after 5 sec call is disconnected (As expected because application does not handle CiscoRTPOutputStartedEvImpl).
Why application does not get events when route point is called but get it when route point calls?
CM version is 4.0
Attched test java program. Start it wih 2 params: "name of Route point" "number to be called"
Before you can do anything useful with a Routepoint (and CTI Port for that matter), it helps if you turn on autoaccept so your virtual device acts like a physical one. If not, you have to manually accept each incoming call (so that means you get a single event telling you there's a new call (don't recall the name.. but the jtapi docu mentions it)) or you'll be unable to do any call tracking whatsoever. It works for outgoing calls because you don't have to accept them.
I have found that when working with CTI Route Points, to receive to call control events you need add an observer to the address(s) assigned to the Route Point. I have modified your sample code and attached it. this is the output i get with the modified code.
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