XML Applications on optiPoint application module
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Here you find information about additional innovative XML Applications to use on your optiPoint application module.
To configure the optiPoint application module to access XML applications see How to access XML applications.
Applications Integrating Back-End Systems
It allows the user to access his data on Microsoft Exchange Server from the IP Phone and eliminates the need of PC. He can send/receive emails, view/update calendar, set tasks with priorities, add/call contacts, view contact details, search corporate directory etc.
It is communications aid which allows the user to set his status/view status of colleagues, set notification, handle more than one call at time, make conference call and view persons location.
It provides the ACD Agent telephones with features like agent sign on/sign off, agent available/unavailable, end of call work code, auxiliary work codes like lunch, training, breaks, and project codes.
Applications Accessing Various databases
It facilitates remote booking/monitoring of the various meeting rooms available within a building, to view facilities available within each room and its status by interfacing with the main building database.
It provides an interface to school’s central database thus enabling teachers to login and check their timetable, read messages and take attendance of class, which in turn is updated on the central database of school.
The application interfaces to a company database, allowing employees to make requests for holiday/flexi-leave and supervisors to authorize these requests. Also displays graphical representation of a particular team’s future holiday bookings.
This application is an interface to library's database,facilitating the user to access his library account with features such as review details,renew loans,reserve items and search a particular item.
Applications Accessing Web Services
The application enables the user to view One day or Five days weather forecast of a particular location on the IP Phone. Even allows the user to set a particular place as hometown.
The application obtains and displays up-to-date traffic information from web based traffic services on the users IP Phone. It allows the user to filter the traffic news, by area or road, to search for traffic for a particular location, alert the user to incidents or delays in a particular area.
The application connects to a web-based mapping service and allows the user to find the map and directions of venues by entering the postcode or name of particular location, zoom into the map, connect to the office printer to print a particular map.
The application enables the user to access up to date price and performance data on all UK listed stocks from their IP phone. It also alerts the user to price and performance changes of desired stocks, allowing them to act accordingly.
It is like a CCTV which displays images captured by webcams on different servers. The user can create slideshows, multiple views and set the times of display.
It replaces the keys on the phone with a touch sensitive panel underlayed with a graphic layout depicting images relating to number that could be dialed. The user can select the layout of image buttons to be displayed on phone screen.
The application will enable the user to read the data from the sensors connected to IP Phone like temperature, light, humidity etc. The data obtained from the environmental monitor could be sent to central server which could then control the environment of building or certain part of building accordingly.
The application allows the user to leave a message displayed on their IP phone screen when they are away from their desk. The message can be viewed by anybody ‘passing’ by and the passer-by can then leave a response or other message for the absentee.
The server application has a register of all connected IP Phones (i.e. DLS interface or corporate directory server) and Web Page is provided to enter information to be broadcast.
This application combines the list of contacts with the ability to send messages within the network. In contrast to e-mails or phone, the users know whether the peer is available.
This application enables an administrator to create questionnaires and send them to particular OptiPoint IP Phones. The phone user is then able to answer the question using the APM. These results can be easily collected for creating stats and charts and also can be viewed from the phone application.