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CiscoIPPhoneInput and plus sign

Hi everyone,

we have an application where you should input a +E.164 phone number in an CiscoIPPhoneInput object where the input flag is set to "E" so the user can only input numbers and special math symbols like a plus sign '+' (like the documentation says).

Usually the plus sign is located on the the '*' key but if you try that on a german localized phone the plus sign is located on the # key.

Has anyone an idea how to change that behavior or can at least reproduce it maybe also with a different phone language?

I tried it just with a simple xml as documented here

my XML:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>

<CiscoIPPhoneInput>

<Title>Title</Title>

<URL>http://example.com</URL>

<InputItem>

        <DisplayName>Number</DisplayName>

        <QueryStringParam>parameter</QueryStringParam>

        <InputFlags>E</InputFlags>

</InputItem>

<SoftKeyItem>

        <Name>Exit</Name>

        <URL>Init:Services</URL>

        <Position>1</Position>

</SoftKeyItem>

</CiscoIPPhoneInput>

Thanks everyone...

Eike

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Re: CiscoIPPhoneInput and plus sign

It seems to be BUG which will not be fixed. But Using T will work on SIP phones. SCCP phones will still have this issue.

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Re: CiscoIPPhoneInput and plus sign

It seems to be BUG which will not be fixed. But Using T will work on SIP phones. SCCP phones will still have this issue.

View solution in original post

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