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are published when
MediaSense is shipped. They describe new and changed features and
identify open and resolved defects. They also provide a link to the Bug Search
Tool so that you can view information about defects.
User Guide is written for system administrators who have the
domain-specific knowledge required to install, set up, configure, maintain, and
troubleshoot the Cisco MediaSense system. Experience or training with Java is
required to make best use of the capabilities of the Cisco Unified
Communications family of products.
Developer Guide provides a brief overview of MediaSense, introduces
programmers to developing and using MediaSense applications, and describes the
format and uses of the MediaSense Application Programming Interface (API).
This guide is
intended for system integrators and developers who want to use Cisco MediaSense
to integrate with other Unified Communications software or any third-party
Licensing Guide contains the licenses and notices for the open source
software that is used in
With respect to the
free/open source software listed in this document, if you have any questions or
want to receive a copy of the source code to which you are entitled under the
applicable free/open source license(s) such as the GNU Lesser/General Public
License, please email Cisco at
Cisco MediaSense wiki includes product-specific information about topics
such as deployments, VM-specific hardware requirements, and the Open
Virtualization Archive (OVA) templates.
Asked Questions for Cisco MediaSense wiki provides answers for some of
the most common questions people have about Cisco MediaSense. For example, it
covers questions about such things as correlating reference call IDs and
associating calls with their appearances in other Cisco solution components.