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XML menu and file recording

Hi there,

I'd like to create an application to use in the IP Phone that shows a menu and allows me to select an option from the menu and record that option in a text file...

Can someone send me an example of a working XML ? So I can star learning from an existing one.

Thanks.

Andrei.

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New Member

Re: XML menu and file recording

Hello Dear,

Yes, you can develop such solution by integrating WIN32 and CIPS applications.

Please drop me an email when you need professional services.

Thanks & Regards,

M. Mudassir Saeed

New Member

Re: XML menu and file recording

That would be fairly simple. You need to use CiscoIPPhoneMenu object and some scripting to save the option in a text file. If you post details that would help.

New Member

Re: XML menu and file recording

Well, what I'd like to do is an application that makes my IP phone an eletronic ballot box...

So I'll have a menu with some options and when I select the option it would show a picture of the candidate and ask to Confirm

Then the one more vote would be recorded in a file...

That's what I want.

:)

Thanks.

Andrei.

New Member

Re: XML menu and file recording

Sounds like a simple custom application. You can have a web interface to upload candidates (picture, names, etc.) and also to retrieve polling results. Are you open for a custom application development?

New Member

Re: XML menu and file recording

What I had in mind was to have some example so I could learn from it.

Any simple example that helps me to make it functional then I could show it to other people here for a Go/NoGo in this application.

Thanks anyway.

Andrei.

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Re: XML menu and file recording

We have a similar application which is for using phones to take surveys. For a demo or go/noGo, you can probably use it. Instead of survey question, you can type candidate name, description, etc. and instead of an answer (satisfied, very satisfied, not satisfied, etc.), you can use Yes/No (voting). This app also displays the results on the web browser using pie charts. This app allows you to push surveys (polls in this case) and displays the user first question (candidate). When they make a choice using soft keys, it goes to next question (candidate in your case).

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