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Created by: RUI HENRIQUES on 21-07-2010 02:36:48 PM
Hello,
 
I have a situation  where I need to call a Web service to terminate a session when the call end. I'm thinking creating a Java Class and use the CallEndAPI but I need to call the web service inside that class. Can I do this using the WebService Element?
 
Thanks
 
RH

Subject: Re: New Message from RUI HENRIQUES in Customer Voice Portal (CVP) - General
Replied by: Janine Graves on 21-07-2010 04:10:47 PM
In the Call End API, you can't invoke the WebService element. You'd have
to write your own java code to interact with a web service at end of call.

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> session when the call end. I'm thinking creating a Java Class and use
> the CallEndAPI but I need to call the web service inside that class.
> Can I do this using the WebService Element?
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> Thanks
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Subject: RE: Re: New Message from RUI HENRIQUES in Customer Voice Portal (CVP) - Gen
Replied by: Hemal Mehta on 22-07-2010 05:10:13 PM
That is correct. CallServiceEnd api is designed to invoke another class etc. You will have to use your own java class. You cannot call the webservice element

Subject: RE: Re: New Message from RUI HENRIQUES in Customer Voice Portal (CVP) - Gen
Replied by: RUI HENRIQUES on 27-07-2010 12:02:50 PM
That is correct. CallServiceEnd api is designed to invoke another class etc. You will have to use your own java class. You cannot call the webservice element


 
I created my own class and using axis I call my web services from inside the java class. I call my custom class on call end with the CallEndAPI
 
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