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How CIUS call using android telephony api?

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Created by: Matthew J Denapoli on 27-04-2011 03:34:36 AM
I am using android telephony api for the calling in my application. This is working fine on android based devices. As CIUS is not a normal phone I am bit confused how CIUS interpret the Android telephony Uri "tel:"
 
I am using android telephony api for calling for example 
 

Intent i = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_CALL, Uri.parse("tel:"+phoneNumber));
context.startActivity(i);

 
Is this is able to make a call using CIUS. If yes then how CIUS interpret it as CIUS does not contain SIM.
And if not then what are the changes need to be done. 

Subject: RE: How CIUS call using android telephony api?
Replied by: Larry Michalewicz on 27-04-2011 09:37:33 AM
From our point of view the Cius is a "normal phone".  For us normal means it's a Cisco IP Phone.  To answer your question more directly, the Cius makes calls via the Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) like our other Cisco IP Phones.
 
Here is some information on the CUCM: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/products/sw/voicesw/ps556/index.html
Here is some information our 9900 series phones: http://www.cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/ps10453/index.html
 
Larry M.
 
 
I am using android telephony api for the calling in my application. This is working fine on android based devices. As CIUS is not a normal phone I am bit confused how CIUS interpret the Android telephony Uri "tel:"
 
I am using android telephony api for calling for example 
 

Intent i = new Intent(Intent.ACTION_CALL, Uri.parse("tel:"+phoneNumber));
context.startActivity(i);

 
Is this is able to make a call using CIUS. If yes then how CIUS interpret it as CIUS does not contain SIM.
And if not then what are the changes need to be done. 


Subject: RE: How CIUS call using android telephony api?
Replied by: David Staudt on 19-05-2011 05:33:32 PM
Just to add to Larry's comments, the tel: URI should work as expected, i.e. Cius will launch a call via its buit-in Cisco IP Phone component.  Note that the Cius phone component is a full enterprise telephony endpoint, and may have multiple lines or lines shared with other phones.  If the Cius is idle, typically tel: would launch a call on the 'primary' line appearance, but other behaviour could occur, say if the primary line was busy and additional lines were idle.  (Much of this behaviour is ultimately configurable by the UC Manager admin.)
 
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