Close Text Notification?

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    Subject: RE: Close Text Notification?
    Replied by: robin russell on 15-03-2011 04:34:06 AM
    Sebastian

    You can send an Init:Services which will have the desired effect

    Subject: RE: Close Text Notification?
    Replied by: robin russell on 15-03-2011 04:34:06 AM
    Sebastian

    You can send an Init:Services which will have the desired effect

    Subject: RE: Close Text Notification?
    Replied by: Sebastian Baar on 15-03-2011 04:46:06 AM
    That's it!
    Thank you very much, Robin.
    This document was generated from CDN thread

    Created by: Sebastian Baar on 15-03-2011 04:18:19 AM
    Hello,
     
    I am working on a project where we are sending text notifications to Cisco IP 79xx phones via a SOAP POST XML request to the phone (/CGI/Execute). This works very well. The users are able to close the notification by pushing a softkey.
    My question is:
    How do I remotely close a notification without having a user to interact with the phone? Is there another POST script command?
     
    Kind regards,
    Sebastian

    Subject: RE: Close Text Notification?
    Replied by: James McHugh on 04-04-2011 03:04:33 PM
    Hello,
     
    I am working on a project where we are sending text notifications to Cisco IP 79xx phones via a SOAP POST XML request to the phone (/CGI/Execute). This works very well. The users are able to close the notification by pushing a softkey.
    My question is:
    How do I remotely close a notification without having a user to interact with the phone? Is there another POST script command?
     
    Kind regards,
    Sebastian


    Hi Sebastian,
    I am currently working on a very similar project. I am trying to use CiscoPhoneExecute to send down a graphic and play an audio file. It works fine with IP Communicator (where we did all of our initial testing) but now having some issues sending to the 7925. A few simple questions if you can help:
    1) How do you handle authentication. Do you need to know the Username/Password of each phone you notify?
    2) How do you determine the IP of a phone , I assume you know the name and can do a lookup of the IP? Is ther an API for that?
     
    Thanks!!
     
    Jim McHugh
    Partners HealthCare

    Subject: RE: New Message from James McHugh in IP Phone Services (IPPS) - IP Phone Se
    Replied by: Jeffrey Ness on 04-04-2011 03:18:27 PM
    Cisco¿s phone services documentation going back to at least 4.x used to recommend offloading authentication to an external web server ¿ I use this and it works nicely to have full access to all phones for a couple usernames and passwords to not have to bother associating the phones to the Communications Manager users (if you aren¿t concerned about all phones being able to receive notifications and accessing the /CGI/Screenshot).



    The IP address of a phone can be determined using the AXL API and the RIS (Realtime Information Service).  You need to use both interfaces potentially if the environment has > 200 phones as CUCM 5.x through 7.x will only return 200 phones per RIS query so you need to use AXL to list all devices and then chunk them into groups of 200 to query RIS for information about.  The limits change in 8.x (or at least 8.5) to be 1000 devices or 8 Mb of response data whichever you hit first.

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