Created by: MICHAEL WHITE on 05-08-2009 03:22:24 AM <pre style="margin: 0em;">I need to manipulate outbound callerID on a PER CALL basis.
We are doing a video relay and are being required by the FCC to do per call callerID reflecting the phone number of the video phone of the customer calling, not the phone number of the relay agent.
I have all that handled, just need a way to inject the custom ANI as the call is setup via TAPI.
Are there any suggestions? Does TAPI or JTAPI have the means to inject this as we are dialing the call?
Subject: RE: Manipulate Outbound CallerID per Call with TAPI/JTAPI? Replied by: David Staudt on 05-08-2009 05:02:26 AM I believe the only way this is possible is with for the call to be placed to an app controlled CTI Route Point, which then performs a JTAPI selectRoute() request on the call to redirect it to its intended destination. Extended parameters for selectRoute() allows specifying a replacement calling ID: PreferredOriginalCalledNumber and PreferredOriginalCalledOption
Subject: RE: Manipulate Outbound CallerID per Call with TAPI/JTAPI? Replied by: sameer danthurthy on 21-01-2010 01:30:20 AM Hello, I have a similar requirement, did using "PreferredOriginalCalledNumber" ever work for you? If so would you please post sample code? Thanks Sameer
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