Developer Program - OpenScape UC
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There are a number of different SDK interfaces into OpenScape UC Application each enabling different integration possibilities. In the document linked below there is an overview of these interfaces, how they fit together and information on which one to use.
Below you will find more detailed information regarding each OpenScape UC Application interface including interface specifications, code samples and tutorials.
The OpenScape UC Application’s OpenSOA SDK is the most comprehensive and feature rich of our SDKs. It exposes the extensive collection of distinct Web Services and APIs, each service encapsulating a key UC feature area, such as Call Control, Conference Management, Presence, Contact Management, Tell-me-when, User Device Management and more.
All services have their own defined interface accessible via SOAP/XML providing a more powerful and flexible approach to creating customized solutions by combining individual Web Services to match the needs of the integration project.
Powerful and feature rich integrations can be achieved by combined and blending the functionality of the wide range of services offered. Service can be used (consumed) by client applications or other services. Multiple applications and services can access an OpenSOA service in parallel.
OpenSOA SOAP XML - Overview Presentation
An overview of the of the OpenSOA SOAP XML SDK. Giving an architetural overview detailing methods and functions exposed and key OpenSOA concepts.
OpenSOA SOAP XML - Programming Guide and Sample Code
Details setting up an OpenSOA SDK development environment and consuming the OpenSOA service. Using C# examples it illustrates key OpenSOA concepts such as Discovery, Authentication, eventing. This package also contains the source files for the C# sample application and Java Sample code.
- Programming Guide and Sample Code – V7 R1 without VCC (Virtual Conference Controller)
- Programming Guide and Sample Code – V6
OpenSOA SOAP XML - WSDL Docs
Low level interface description of each OpenSOA service. Detailing methods, parameters, return types and exceptions.
Web Client SDK
This SDK allows common UC functionality to be quickly and easily embedded into other web applications via its Java Script interface. The SDK also provides a comprehensive interface for customising the look and feel of the Web Client according to customers branding and style wishes.
Web Client SDK for OpenScape UC Application
Media Server Appbuilder
- Media Server Starter Kit - Appbuilder Guide
- Sample - Diller Car Supplies - initialdraft
- Sample - Diller Car Supplies - Finalversion
- Sample - Diller Car Supplies - Grammars
The Media Server is a core element of our OpenScape UC Application. With the Media Server Application Builder and the Grammar Studio you can create, test and deploy feature rich IVR applications.
The information below details usagae of the Appbuilder, Grammer Studio and also the setup of the Media Server Starter Kit - an IVR development environment, which is provided to you to make it as easy as possible to get an Appbuilder and Grammer Studio test and development environment up and running.
Access to the Media Server Starter kit can be given on request by sending us a quick note to email@example.com
If you have any questions regarding the Appbuilder and/or Grammer Studio please feel free to post in the Appbuilder forum which can be found in the Developer Forum as a subforum of the OpenScape UC App.
Service Provisioning Mark-up Language (SPML) is an XML-based framework for provisioning users and resources. The UC application provides an SPML interface into the OpenSOA framework so UC App users and resources can be created/modified/removed programmatically.
SPML SDK Guide
Details on how to provision the OpenScape UC application programmatically through the usage of the standard Service Provisioning Mark-up Language (SPML).