I have some experience with programming in C# and Cisco TSP. But now I am looking for some integration with Internet Explorer (IE). Is there a way to pass Cisco TSP Line (callStateChanged)events to a brwoser (IE)?
Is there a way this could also be done with Cisco TSP?
The only reason I can think of you would need TSP in a browser would be be make/take calls. There a plenty of third party solutions for "click to call" that already work. (instead of reinventing the wheel)
You also could try the Developers forum in UC and Video. That group does some pretty crazy stuff with programming.
They have done this already with an other telephony system provider, they had an activex object for their interface.
Now they are lokking for a way to let their webapplication (website) interact with Cisco Call Manager by receiving line events and be able to control al call.
I know this can be done via TSP, but would like to know of the possibilities integrated in a browser.
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