Cisco IP Phone Services Application Development Notes for Release 4.0(1)
Cisco IP Services Software Development Kit (SDK)
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Cisco IP Services Software Development Kit (SDK)

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Cisco IP Services Software Development Kit (SDK)

SDK Components

Sample Services Requirements


Cisco IP Services Software Development Kit (SDK)


The Cisco IP Services Software Development Kit (SDK) contains everything, including necessary documentation and sample applications, that is needed to create XML applications.

SDK Components

The following list contains the components that are included in the SDK:

Documentation

Cisco IP Phone Services Application Development Notes (this document) in Adobe .pdf format

Cisco URL Proxy Guide in rich text format

Cisco LDAP Programming Guide in Microsoft Word format

Cisco CIP Image Release Notes in Microsoft Word format

Development Tools

Cip.8bi—Photoshop plugin that allows .cip extensions to be viewed and saved.

Cip2Gif.exe—DOS-based program that converts .cip files to .gif.

Gif2Cip.exe—DOS-based program that converts .gif files to .cip.

ImageViewer.exe—Windows application that displays .cip graphic files.

Cisco URL Proxy—Proxy server that is needed to use the sample services (automatically installed).

Cisco LDAP Search—Service that is installed to do LDAP searches (automatically installed).

Sample Services

IIS

Calendar—A graphical calendar

LDAP—www interface for Cisco LDAP Search

Speed Dials

Real-time Stock Ticker—Stock quote

Stock Chart—Stock graphic that charts a stock symbol

Yellow pages

Measurement conversions

Weather forecast

Airline flight information

Postal information

Foreign currency exchange

World Clock

Windows Scripting (WSH)

Cip—A command line window scripting graphic conversion example using ActiveX.

Sample Services Requirements

The following list contains the items that are required for the sample services to work properly:

Cisco IP  Phone 7940/7960

Cisco CallManager

Microsoft IIS 4.0 or higher (for sample services)

Windows Scripting (for WSH example code)

The setup program installs a CiscoServices web project to c:\CiscoIpServices directory. The sample services get copied to the c:\CiscoIpServices\Services subdirectory, and IIS and WSH example codes are provided. The web server already senses these services; you need no further administration. You can view or edit all the source code with any text editor. The c:\CiscoIpServices\Documentation directory provides further documentation. Find tools to help develop services in c:\CiscoIpServices\Tools.