I'd like to know about this too. And in what context will this "ClientId' be used? Thanks.Frederic Paquet:Hi,
Regarding the ClientID and ClientPassword in the OPEN_REQ message, it is true that these fields are not used by the CTI Server to authenticate the application (yet) ?
So, can we put anything in these fields?
David Lender:Yes you can put anything. Password is ignored.
Hi Simon, The ClientPassword is definitely in the OPEN_REQ (although as David pointed out, it is not being validated so it could contain any data). Here is how ClientID and ClientPassword are being set in the msclient sample app: CRS_CHAR client_id[MAX_SIZE_CLIENT_ID]; CRS_UNSPEC client_password; CRS_CHAR agent_id[MAX_SIZE_AGENT_ID]; strcpy(client_id, "TestApp1"); client_password.n = 3; client_password.data = 'x'; client_password.data = 'x'; client_password.data = 'x'; Obviously, you need to make sure other elements of the message are packaged and sent out correctly + the CTI Server is functional. As a first step, make sure the sample app runs in your environment as expected.