Cisco IP Phone Service Application Development Notes for Release 4.1(3)
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Table Of Contents

Symbols - A - C - D - E - G - H - I - K - M - N - P - Q - R - S - T - U - X -

Index

Symbols

<< softkey 3-4

A

accept header, support for 5-9

audio types, supported 5-5

C

Cancel softkey 3-4

CGI script

Execute 5-11

Screenshot 5-11

Character Set field 6-3

Cisco CallManager

adding services 6-2

Character Set field 6-3

Default Value field 6-4

defining service parameters 6-4

Parameter Description field 6-4

Parameter Display Name field 6-4

Parameter is a Password field 6-4

Parameter is Required field 6-4

Parameter Name field 6-4

Service Description field 6-2

Service Name field 6-2

Service URL field 6-3

subscribing to services 6-5

Cisco IP Phone models

accessing information about 5-10

supported displays and colors 2-12

supported URIs 3-1

supported XML objects 2-2

CiscoIPPhone XML Objects

CiscoIPPhoneDirectory 2-8

CiscoIPPhoneError 2-23

CiscoIPPhoneExecute 2-21

CiscoIPPhoneGraphicFileMenu 2-15

CiscoIPPhoneGraphicMenu 2-14

CiscoIPPhoneIconFileMenu 2-18

CiscoIPPhoneIconMenu 2-16

CiscoIPPhoneImage 2-9

CiscoIPPhoneImageFile 2-12

CiscoIPPhoneInput 2-6

CiscoIPPhoneMenu 2-4

CiscoIPPhoneResponse 2-22

CiscoIPPhoneStatus 2-19

CiscoIPPhoneStatusFile 2-20

CiscoIPPhoneText 2-4

supported phone models 2-2

understanding 2-1

Cisco IP Services Software Development Kit (SDK)

components 4-1

development tools 4-2

sample services

description 4-2

requirements 4-4

client requests, using HTTP 5-1

content expiration, header setting 5-6

cookie behavior 5-7

D

Default Value field 6-4

development tools, included with SDK 4-2

DeviceInformation 5-10

device information URLs 5-10

DeviceList XML Object

attributes 8-5

description 8-5

DeviceListX Report 8-1

DeviceLog 5-10

Dial, used as URI 3-10

Dial softkey 3-4

directories

creating 2-8

customizing 2-9

E

EditDial, used as URI 3-11

EditDial softkey 3-4

error codes, description 2-23

EthernetInformation 5-10

Execute, CGI script 5-11

executing items

priority levels 2-22

sending requests 2-21

Exit softkey 3-4

G

graphic menus, creating 2-14

graphics

displaying color images 2-12

displaying grayscale images 2-9

PNG support 2-12, 2-18

using with status 2-19

H

header settings, for HTTP 5-3

HTML URL

DeviceInformation 5-10

DeviceLog?n 5-10

EthernetInformation 5-10

EthernetInformation?n 5-10

NetworkConfiguration 5-10

StreamingStatistics?n 5-10

HTTP

client requests 5-1

header settings 5-3

accept 5-9

content expiration 5-6

MIME type 5-5

refresh setting 5-3

set-cookie 5-7

x-CiscoIPPhoneDisplay 5-8

x-CiscoIPPhoneModelName 5-8

x-CiscoIPPhoneSDKVersion 5-9

how used 5-1

server requests 5-2

HTTP GET 5-1

HTTP POST 5-2

I

icon menus, creating

color 2-18

grayscale 2-16

Init, used as URI 3-10

input forms

creating 2-6

supported input types 2-7

K

key, used as URI 3-2

M

menus

graphic 2-14

icon, color 2-18

icon, grayscale 2-16

text 2-4

MIME type, for HTTP 5-5

N

NetworkConfiguration 5-10

Next softkey 3-4

P

Parameter Description field 6-4

Parameter Display Name field 6-4

Parameter is a Password field 6-4

Parameter is Required field 6-4

Parameter Name field 6-4

Play, used as URI 3-11

PNG images

displaying on screen 2-12

using in menus 2-18

PortInformation 5-10

priority levels, for executing items 2-22

Q

QueryStringParam, used as URI 3-5

R

refresh setting, for HTTP 5-3

RTPMRx, used as URI 3-9

RTPMTx, used as URI 3-9

RTPRx, used as URI 3-7

RTPTx, used as URI 3-8

S

Screenshot, CGI script 5-11

SDK. See Cisco IP Services Software Development Kit (SDK)

Search softkey 3-4

Select softkey 3-4

server requests, using HTTP 5-2

Service Description field 6-2

Service Name field 6-2

services

adding to Cisco CallManager 6-2

defining parameters of in Cisco CallManager 6-4

requirements for samples 4-4

samples included with SDK 4-2

subscribing to in Cisco CallManager 6-5

Service URL field 6-3

set-cookie, header setting 5-7

softkey

<< 3-4

Cancel 3-4

Dial 3-4

EditDial 3-4

Exit 3-4

Next 3-4

Search 3-4

Select 3-4

Submit 3-4

Update 3-4

used as URI 3-4

valid actions for object types 3-4

status, displaying for applications 2-19, 2-20

StreamingStatistics 5-10

Submit softkey 3-4

T

text menus, creating 2-4

text messages, displaying 2-4

troubleshooting

error messages 7-2

tips 7-1

XML parsing errors 7-2

U

uniform resource identifiers (URI)

description 3-1

for pressing buttons 3-2

key 3-2

miscellaneous 3-10

Dial 3-10

EditDial 3-11

Init 3-10

Play 3-11

phone model support for 3-1

to control RTP streaming 3-7

RTPMRx 3-9

RTPMTx 3-9

RTPRx 3-7

RTPTx 3-8

to invoke softkeys 3-3

QueryStringParam 3-5

softkey 3-4

Update softkey 3-4

URI. See uniform resource identifiers

X

x-CiscoIPPhoneDisplay 5-8

x-CiscoIPPhoneModelName 5-8

x-CiscoIPPhoneSDKVersion 5-9

XML schema file B-1

XML URL

DeviceInformationX 5-10

DeviceLogX?n 5-10

EthernetInformationX 5-10

NetworkConfigurationX 5-10

PortInformationX?nX 5-10

StreamingStatisticsX?n 5-10