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TAPI application

Hi all,
I am developing a Phone Dialer application for Cisco CallManager server.
Cisco provides a .tsp file. But I can't reference this file from my C#/VB.Net
application because the extension of the file is .tsp not .dll. So I was
wondering how to make calls from my application?

Any idea?

Thanks in advance.
Jul 22 '05 #1
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Hello helpfulsql,

This is the Problem with the External Devices we want to support.
Actually, to integrate Such External Hardware, we need the Drivers (
Library ) supporting the Operating Systems we are working on. There Drivers
( Library ) provide interface with the Hardware to understand your Commands.

The Cisco Cal Manager might have such Drivers / Library available
that you can integrate as COM / C# component.

But if, this is not available then you have to create your own
library for that. And for this, you must have internal knowledge for the
same System ( Call Manager ) like communication ports and Commands and how
to send the Commands and receive the data.

With regards,
--
Ankit Gurjar

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Hi all,
I am developing a Phone Dialer application for Cisco CallManager server.
Cisco provides a .tsp file. But I can't reference this file from my
C#/VB.Net
application because the extension of the file is .tsp not .dll. So I was
wondering how to make calls from my application?

Any idea?

Thanks in advance.

Jul 22 '05 #2

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