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microsoft.rtc.sip namespace

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I'm trying to develop an application which communicates with MS Office
Live Communications Server. I'm following exmples from MSDN and they
all state that the objects can be found in the "microsoft.rtc.sip"
namespace. However, when I go into Visual Studio .NET and try to
import that namespace, it can't be found.

Is there an SDK or something that I need to install to get the
namespace? I can't find it anywhere. How are namespaces added to the
machine in order to add references to them?
Jul 21 '05 #1
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You need the Live Communications Server SDK (LCS). I got the SDK from
our Admin so I'm not positive, but think that you have to pay for the
SDK (not sure how much). I know you can't download it from the web.
Once you have the SDK, you have to reference ServerAgent.dll in your
project (this DLL comes with the SDK) in order to access the Objects
in the Microsoft.Rtc.Sip namespace.

-AC

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I'm trying to develop an application which communicates with MS Office
Live Communications Server. I'm following exmples from MSDN and they
all state that the objects can be found in the "microsoft.rtc.sip"
namespace. However, when I go into Visual Studio .NET and try to
import that namespace, it can't be found.

Is there an SDK or something that I need to install to get the
namespace? I can't find it anywhere. How are namespaces added to the
machine in order to add references to them?

Jul 21 '05 #2

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