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What Movi API(s) are available?

I am in need of the API(s) for MOVI that will allow an application to interface with MOVI to place calls, end calls, mute, etc.  What API(s) are available and where can I find them?                  

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Re: What Movi API(s) are available?

Hi you mean to control movi clients on the different user computers this is not possible in the way you describe. There is no such API for movi clients do perform the actions you mention.

Please provide more details if i misunderstood you.

/Magnus

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New Member

What Movi API(s) are available?

No, we are creating an application that will be installed on the same computer as the MOVI client.  We are able to place a call but are not able to end, mute, hold, etc. the call from our application.  You have to use the MOVI application itself.  We would like to be able to control these feature from our application.

New Member

Re: What Movi API(s) are available?

What would be the goal of this application?

Help us understand why you are attempting to abstract the Movi/jabber application control functions or what the goal or end state is.

You may have better luck with the jabber web SDK instead of the executable software client.

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Cisco Employee

What Movi API(s) are available?

Movi/Jabber Video does not officially support API to control the application.

Developer made several commands that will launch application and initiate the call but this is only for internal and test purpose and hasn’t made it available to public.

Bronze

What Movi API(s) are available?

Personally, I use a lot the Windows API in Movi to make a call. But, as Tomo states, this is not officially supported, but can be used.

Make a call (movi:), e.g.:

Run > movi:arne@ostensen.net

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