Using CUPI

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    Created by: Jacob Munson on 17-07-2013 12:59:08 PM
    is there anyone out there actually using this API. While the cisco docs have examples like these 
    1POST http://<connection-server>/vmrest/users?templateAlias=voicemailusertemplate
    2<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
    3<User>
    4<Alias>jdoe</Alias>
    5<DtmfAccessId>7890</DtmfAccessId>
    6</User>
    However I am a self-thought developer and can't actually figure out how to use this. If anyone out there has already developed a web interface using this API I would be extremely grateful if someone would be willing to send me the complete code to use this example. please keep it simple... a copy / past of the above into a .html doc doesn't do anything.

    Subject: RE: Using CUPI
    Replied by: Jacob Munson on 11-08-2013 06:54:02 PM
    Well I was able to figure out how to use this exampe to add a user. The next question is is there any kind of documentation that lists all of the avalible vareables that can be set during during an add and also changed during a modify? I have not been able to find one yet. 

    Thanks for any help

    Subject: RE: Using CUPI
    Replied by: chao guo on 22-10-2013 01:51:28 AM
    Jacob Munson:
    Well I was able to figure out how to use this exampe to add a user. The next question is is there any kind of documentation that lists all of the avalible vareables that can be set during during an add and also changed during a modify? I have not been able to find one yet. 

    Thanks for any help

        I think you can reference the API Document of CUPI,
        [url=http://docwiki.cisco.com/wiki/Cisco_Unity_Connection_Provisioning_Interface_(CUPI)_API_--_Index_of_All_CUPI_Documentation]