Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service

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    Created by: Laurent TRELET on 27-11-2008 10:53:28 AM
    Hello,

    I am developing a XML Service for 7911, 7941 and 7961 on CUCMv6.1.

    The service is performing the following tasks : Display or Push Text on phones and the user must read and validate the entire text before leaving the service. I made a sofkey "validate" to exit the text page but users can leave pressing the service buton for example. This sofkey "validate" redirects the user to a new authentication page on which he has to enter his userId and his PIN => Then, I perform AXL request via an aspx page to check the authentication and the user can leave the service.

    I have the same problem with a service I created to lock the phone. The user can leave the service (image displayed, AXL CSS change...) with the key "Services" without authenticate.

    So can we disable keys (particularly the "services" key) on a phone with a XML service avoiding the user to leave the page before the administrator wants it ?

    thank you in advance for your answer.

    Best regards.

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Nicolas MATHEY on 23-04-2009 09:49:49 PM
    Hi,
     
    Did you guys have success on your development for such lock keys with services feature?
     
    Thanks,
    Nick

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Vitaliy Korzhanyuk on 12-06-2009 03:06:19 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed !
     
    I'm very interested in your solution! May you send me source code of your project, my mail - goloskevych@online.ua
    Thanks...

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Juan Berriobena Barba on 06-11-2009 01:39:15 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed.
     
    I have to develop a locker for IP phones based on Java. May you send me the source code of your project? My mail is mailto:jbarba@satec.es

    Thanks!

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: nelson sotomayor on 10-12-2009 07:47:27 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed !
     
    I'm very interested in your solution! May you send me source code of your project, my mail - sotocad@terra.cl
    Thanks...

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Marwa Ads on 01-01-2010 10:38:17 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed.
     
    I want to lock the keypads for IP phones based on Java. May you send me the source code of your project?
    My mail is:
    marwa.ads@connectps.com
     
    Thanks alot

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: kirk moren on 05-02-2010 06:53:59 PM
    Have you tried the application event handlers cited in the SDK that allows you to basically subscribe to the events of focus loss, focus gained, service close and service minimize.  It's a limited event model but may suffice. These subscriptions are part of the XML objects you send to the phone.  Most XML objects support these events except CiscoIPPhoneStatus objects.   If your using an event supported object, you could have the phone send a notify URI (e.g. onAppClosed="Notify:http:server/page/...) to you which you can record and act on as you wish (e.g. start the validation service again, log, resend the validation request later, etc.).  
     

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    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Shaik Dawood on 16-02-2010 10:14:12 AM
    send me the source code please
     
    Email Address : zoom.dawood@gmail.com
     
    Kindly send me the implementation method to test it

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Thanveer Abdulla on 16-02-2011 05:18:57 AM

    Hi Mudassir Saeed

    My self Thanveer here, am also looking for a solution to lock/unlock cisco ip phones keypads, without using EM, we are using Call Manager 6x version.

    Could you please send me the sample code, and just give brief explaination how it is  working, how to implement and the test the code, this will be very kind for me.

    you can reach me @thanvi2001@gmail.com

    Waiting for your prompt response,...

    Can any one help on this....


    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Michael Alexander on 25-02-2011 04:50:05 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed !
     
    I'm very interested in your solution! May you send
    me source code of your project, my mail - michael.alexander@bmwmc.com
    Thanks...
     
    Michael

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Corrie Lynch on 19-04-2011 05:12:49 AM
    Good Day
     
    Please can your forward me the source code you developed, my email address is corrie.lynch@gmail.com
     
    Thanks
     
    Corrie
     
     
     
    Hello,

    Long ago, I was looking for a solution to lock/unlock cisco ip phones keypads, without using EM, but couldn't find one free of cost, and tried to develop own and finally have resolved the mystry.

    Please drop me an email if somebody needs the source codes, you can develop solution to lock/unlock cisco IP phones keypad by integration of applications developed using TAPI, C++, .NET, C#, Java, JSP and Cisco IP Phone XML services.

    You will need different tools including Micrsoft Visual Studio, NetBeans IDE, VC++6.0, and sun web server for JSP pages which will push the xml to ip phones.

    This would for as many number of ip phones as you wish and will work on all Cisco call and unified communication managers versions (i.e. 4.X, 5.X, 6.x).

    Please let me know if anybody needs source codes for reference, but it should be used as sample application for a reference only and should not be assumed finalised product.

    Thanks & Regards,
    M. Mudassir Saeed
    m_mudassir_saeed  yahoo  com


    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: indiegente (simulated) on 20-06-2011 04:07:57 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed

    It would be very helpful ! Could you send me the source code of your solution to jorgebastidasureta@gmail.com?

    Thank you very much

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: ABDERRAHMANE BARZAQ on 24-06-2011 12:46:49 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed,
    That's exactly what I'm working on ;-))
    Please can your forward me the source code you developed to my personnal my email address  : a.barzaq@laposte.net

    Thanks in advance.

    Kind Regards.

    BARZAQ A.

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: tharun vallabhu on 17-08-2011 06:06:05 PM
    Hi, Mudassir Saeed,
    That's exactly what I'm searching for please send me the source code to tharun.vallabhu@yahoo.com

    Thanks
    Tharun Vallabhu

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Ferenc Borbara on 24-10-2011 07:29:26 AM
    Hello Mudassir Saeed,

    Actullay I'm looking for a good solution for it, please send me the source code to borbaraf@gmail.com
     
    Thanks
    Borbara Ferenc

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Rana Amin on 04-12-2011 09:29:38 AM
    Hi Mudassir,

    Do U mean to lock the keypad itself or limit the dialing to certain numbers?

    Thanks alot.
    Rana

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Simon Machielse on 08-12-2011 07:06:23 AM
    from CM 8 this is a default feature when using ExtensionMobility. a user is able to logon and next change their PIN.
    Or when using Extension Mobility use client Extension Mobility application called ALM, then a user can automatically use domain authentication to logon to the phone simultaiously with the PC.

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: Simon Machielse on 08-12-2011 07:06:23 AM
    from CM 8 this is a default feature when using ExtensionMobility. a user is able to logon and next change their PIN.
    Or when using Extension Mobility use client Extension Mobility application called ALM, then a user can automatically use domain authentication to logon to the phone simultaiously with the PC.

    Subject: RE: Lock Keys on IpPhone with Service
    Replied by: brahim ali on 17-04-2012 06:39:08 AM
    Hello M. Mudassir Saeed

    I am very interested in your solution! if you can please send
    me source code application to the address : brahim2025@gmail.com

    thank you a lot.