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Difference in RPhoneLine & XPhoneLine

upchaurasia
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What is difference between RPhoneLine & XPhoneLine?

I can see get method returns RPhoneLine whereas update methods expect XPhoneLine type.

Can I type cast RPhoneLine to XPhoneLine and viceversa, I tried but getting error.

Actually I am trying to modify "Line Text Label" of directory number associated with phone. I am able to modify CSS using updateLine API.

Other option which I can use execureSqlQuery but I don't want to use this as for all other feature I am using direct AXL API like updatePhone,updateLine etc.

Regards,

Umesh

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npetrele
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Have you tried this for updating the display text?

import java.util.ArrayList;

import java.util.List;

List<XPhoneLine> phoneLines = new ArrayList<XPhoneLine>();

XPhoneLine phoneLine = new XPhoneLine();

phoneLine.setDisplay("display text goes here");

...set other stuff...

phoneLines.add(phoneLine);

Then use phoneLines as the required <List>XPhoneLine in your updatePhone operation.

No, RPhone does not map to XPhone, so  you can't simply grab the RPhone from getPhone and use it in your updatePhone.

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upchaurasia
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Do I need to user UpdateDeviceProfile to update "Line Text Label" as I can see in CUCM Admin Console this parameter is in "Line 1 on Device SEPE8BA70FA173D" section.

Regards,

Umesh

I can't help you with the objects (I'm still doing things manually as I don't really trust the API (see my many recent posts.. lots of things are a bit iffy)), but yet, you do need updateDeviceProfile to update the <line> element. The directory number (as seen in ccmadmin) is actually two things.. the <directoryNumber> itself, that you managed with get/add/update/deleteLine, and the part that ties a device/device profile/etc to a directory number. You always update the <line> part by updating the underlying device (a device profile is just a special case of a device.. they use the same tables in the database even).

npetrele
Cisco Employee
Cisco Employee

Have you tried this for updating the display text?

import java.util.ArrayList;

import java.util.List;

List<XPhoneLine> phoneLines = new ArrayList<XPhoneLine>();

XPhoneLine phoneLine = new XPhoneLine();

phoneLine.setDisplay("display text goes here");

...set other stuff...

phoneLines.add(phoneLine);

Then use phoneLines as the required <List>XPhoneLine in your updatePhone operation.

No, RPhone does not map to XPhone, so  you can't simply grab the RPhone from getPhone and use it in your updatePhone.

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