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Cisco Unified Communications Manager Developer Forums
Application XML Layer (AXL/Serviceability)
Discuss application development issues
relating to CUCM AXL provisioning, Real-time/Perfmon serviceability
statistics, and WebDialer click-to-dial. Developers are
invited to share tips, tricks, code and sample applications.
Call Detail Records
Call Detail Records (CDRs) and Call
Media Records (CMRs) contain information about all the calls and
media streams handled by CUCM, including caller/called ID,
date/time, duration and voice quality statistics. Share your
ideas on how this powerful information can make CUCM applications
This forum covers discussions on how to
use TAPI (Windows/C libraries) and JTAPI (cross-platform/Java
libraries) to automate control of Cisco IP phones as well as develop
rich media call handling applications.
IP Phone Services
The XML-based browser built-into many
Cisco IP Phones is a powerful medium for creating highly interactive
applications that combine voice and data. Discover IPPS XML
tips and tricks in this forum, and share you ideas for creating
novel new solutions.
Session Initiation Protocol is a
standards based messaging protocol highly suited to Unified
Communications. Join the discussion with other developers
leveraging this technology with Cisco Unified Communications