* Subscriber Import Code Example for 4.0(1) on CiscoUnityTools.com*
I've had a _bunch_ of folks politely pinging me about when this would be available - I just posted it a few minutes ago on the Code Samples page of www.CiscoUnityTools.com.
It shows how to check license information, make sure extension are unique, use the stored procedure for adding subscribers, checking for errors in the synch process etc... everything you need to do to write your own AD import utilities. BE SURE TO READ THE HELP FILE!!! A couple of things in 4.0(1) missed the cutoff and you'll need to drop a couple files I include in the code package onto the server for this to work properly.
In other news I also posted the Credentials Map tool I mentioned out here a while back - several folks pinged me for an early copy, QA finsihed testing it today so it's posted as well along with a few other odds and ends listed on the update page.
Re: * Subscriber Import Code Example for 4.0(1) on CiscoUnityToo
Well, the next code sample I'll post (probably tonight) is showing how to parse the Bridge logs into the reports I generate in the Bridge Traffic Analyzer tool - some folks wanted to extend it and do some of their own reporting so I'll take a few hours and rip the parsing engine out and post it for them.
After that I'll be working on the Create Subscriber From Scratch example - middle of next week I should have that up. THEN I'll do the remote 'discover' and connection example. Next weekend I should have it up I'd imagine unless I get hammered with something.
The 4.0(2) release is currently scheduled to be available for download in early March I believe, however there's a lot of testing and qualification between now and then so anything can happen.
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