How to set speed dial from phone via IP services instead of Web

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    Created by: JOSIP ZIMET on 03-09-2009 03:10:17 PM
    Dear IP Phone Services Developer Forum members, can you please give me advice where to find or how to develop IP Phone Services application which sets speed dial on local IP Phone via buttons on iIP phone and not via web. Customer explicitly doesn't want to use web for setting speed dials on IP phone. Kind regards, Josip Zimet

    Subject: RE: How to set speed dial from phone via IP services instead of Web
    Replied by: David Staudt on 03-09-2009 10:42:33 PM
    Applications can use the AXL SOAP web services API to udpate phone speed dials: http://developer.cisco.com/web/axl
     
    The AXL request to use is <updatePhone>, which includes a <speeddials> list where you can specify the list of speed dials the phone should have.  Note, that this list fully replaces the list already on the phone, so you will need first retrieve the current list of speed dials (via <getPhone> request), add or remove any speed dials you want as needed, then submit the <updatePhone> request with the updated <speeddials> list.
     
    The IP Phone Services SDK available on the Documentation tab of this Tech Center includes a .jsp sample which is a phone service that uses AXL to interact with speed dials - so this is close to what you are looking for.  Note, however that this sample was written for UCM v4.x, and the AXLProvider class that is part of the SDK code will not work with UCM v5 and higher without some modifications.

    Subject: RE: How to set speed dial from phone via IP services instead of Web
    Replied by: RICO HESSELLUND on 11-03-2013 04:03:25 AM
    Josip Zimet:
    Dear IP Phone Services Developer Forum members, can you please give me advice where to find or how to develop IP Phone Services application which sets speed dial on local IP Phone via buttons on iIP phone and not via web. Customer explicitly doesn't want to use web for setting speed dials on IP phone. Kind regards, Josip Zimet

     
    Hi Josip
     
    Did you ever manage to make this service?
     
    If yes, is it something you would like to share?

    Subject: Re: New Message from RICO HESSELLUND in IP Phone Services (IPPS) - IP Phone
    Replied by: NIGEL WARBURTON on 11-03-2013 04:25:58 AM
    I've used a product from www.dominocomms.com<http://www.dominocomms.com> previously at a few sites. Seems to work really well. I managed to get a discount on a deployment of 10,000 phones so probably best to email depending on the size etc

    Kind Regards


    On 11 Mar 2013, at 09:02, "Cisco Developer Community Forums" <cdicuser@developer.cisco.com<mailto:cdicuser@developer.cisco.com>> wrote:

    RICO HESSELLUND has created a new message in the forum "IP Phone Services Questions": --------------------------------------------------------------
    Josip Zimet:
    Dear IP Phone Services Developer Forum members, can you please give me advice where to find or how to develop IP Phone Services application which sets speed dial on local IP Phone via buttons on iIP phone and not via web. Customer explicitly doesn't want to use web for setting speed dials on IP phone. Kind regards, Josip Zimet


    Hi Josip

    Did you ever manage to make this service?

    If yes, is it something you would like to share?
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