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jeanmichelcote
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Cisco Spark Room Kit event registration

Hi,

as a third party controller developer, we don't necessarily own every device for which we need to write drivers. So in this case, we don't have any Room Kit device at hand, which makes it pretty hard to register to events, since the only way to get a list of all the events is to ask the device to list them by sending xEvent help on the command line. The manual does not list them.

 

Anybody here could please send that command and print out the result here?

 

Thanks!

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Wayne DeNardi
VIP Advisor

xEvent
*es Event Audio
*es Event BYODSnapshotTaken
*es Event Bluetooth
*es Event Bookings
*es Event BootEvent
*es Event CallDisconnect
*es Event CallHistory
*es Event CallLog
*es Event CallSuccessful
*es Event CallTransfer
*es Event CameraPresetActivated
*es Event CameraPresetListUpdated
*es Event CameraReboot
*es Event CameraUpgrade
*es Event Conference
*es Event CustomVideoLayoutsUpdated
*es Event DTMFReceive
*es Event DownloadProgressReport
*es Event ExtensionMobility
*es Event ExtensionMobilityProfileSelection
*es Event FarEndMessage
*es Event FeccReceive
*es Event IncomingCallIndication
*es Event KeyDown
*es Event KeyRelease
*es Event KeyRepeat
*es Event LocalImageDisplayed
*es Event LocalLayoutToBeSet
*es Event LocalLayoutToBeSetOnConnectors
*es Event LocalMuteWarningReceived
*es Event Macros
*es Event MailLEDEvent
*es Event Message
*es Event OutgoingCallIndication
*es Event Peripherals
*es Event PresentationPreviewStarted
*es Event PresentationPreviewStopped
*es Event PresentationStartFailed
*es Event PresentationStarted
*es Event PresentationStopped
*es Event RebootPending
*es Event RoomReset
*es Event Shutdown
*es Event SoftwareUpgrade
*es Event Standby
*es Event SystemUnit
*es Event UserInterface
*es Event VideoSnapshotTaken
*es Event WhiteboardSnapshotReady
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Wayne
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Wayne DeNardi
VIP Advisor

xEvent
*es Event Audio
*es Event BYODSnapshotTaken
*es Event Bluetooth
*es Event Bookings
*es Event BootEvent
*es Event CallDisconnect
*es Event CallHistory
*es Event CallLog
*es Event CallSuccessful
*es Event CallTransfer
*es Event CameraPresetActivated
*es Event CameraPresetListUpdated
*es Event CameraReboot
*es Event CameraUpgrade
*es Event Conference
*es Event CustomVideoLayoutsUpdated
*es Event DTMFReceive
*es Event DownloadProgressReport
*es Event ExtensionMobility
*es Event ExtensionMobilityProfileSelection
*es Event FarEndMessage
*es Event FeccReceive
*es Event IncomingCallIndication
*es Event KeyDown
*es Event KeyRelease
*es Event KeyRepeat
*es Event LocalImageDisplayed
*es Event LocalLayoutToBeSet
*es Event LocalLayoutToBeSetOnConnectors
*es Event LocalMuteWarningReceived
*es Event Macros
*es Event MailLEDEvent
*es Event Message
*es Event OutgoingCallIndication
*es Event Peripherals
*es Event PresentationPreviewStarted
*es Event PresentationPreviewStopped
*es Event PresentationStartFailed
*es Event PresentationStarted
*es Event PresentationStopped
*es Event RebootPending
*es Event RoomReset
*es Event Shutdown
*es Event SoftwareUpgrade
*es Event Standby
*es Event SystemUnit
*es Event UserInterface
*es Event VideoSnapshotTaken
*es Event WhiteboardSnapshotReady
** end

Wayne
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That is pretty generous of you, sir. Thank you very much.

 

Also, if you ever have time for this, it wouldn't be irrelevant to add the firmware/software version running on your device or any other metadata that you would find relevant so that we may have some sense of context here.

 

Again, thank you.

Also, it seems like xEvent help only displays top level events. For the complete list of all available events, xEvent ?? should do it.

I execute xEvent CallSuccessful in Command line. May I use it in Micro to get callID information?

 

 

 

 

OK
*es Event CallSuccessful
Command not recognized.
xEvent CallSuccessful
*es Event CallSuccessful CallId
*es Event CallSuccessful CallRate
*es Event CallSuccessful Direction
*es Event CallSuccessful EncryptionIn
*es Event CallSuccessful EncryptionOut
*es Event CallSuccessful Protocol
*es Event CallSuccessful RemoteURI
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