myFramework brings the possibility to any developer to create applications using Cisco's CallManager interfaces. If you plan to use AXL soap to reach the CCM database, or access Exchange or any directory to perform custom searches, check out if myFramework contains the tools you need!
As a developer, how many times did you reuse your code or classes in different tools? What myFramework wants to bring to the MyVoIPsource community is a compilation of classes that access the different interfaces of the CallManager. A compilation of the common tasks developers need in the the IP telephony world.
It includes AXL queries, Exchange contacts manipulation, addressbook operations, web parsing...all easy to use so that the programmer can use them without a deep knowledge of the CCM interfaces. As the needs grow we will expand the framework, and of course all cooperation is welcome.
This tool traces call events. When there is an incoming call, the tool will lookup the calling party number in a text file and pushes the result to the phone display.
A lot information which is of great interest for a company is stored in the telephone system. Data evaluation by the system, however, is usually very extensive so that special and individual reports can hardly be generated. The "CUCM Query Tool" makes it possible to create tailor-made reports and statistics using all stored data in your CUCM system. The results of the analyses are exported as CSV files which means that they can be imported into various systems (inventory data base, telephone directory etc.) for subsequent processing of the data or evaluation purposes.
Allows the user of an IP Phone to login/out the phone from all line groups it belongs to. When selecting the service if the device is logged out it will log in and update the device's line label. If the device is logged in when selecting the service the script will log out the device. If the device is the last member logged a warning message will be displayed.
This tool allows users to set call forwarding from their IP phones. It's possible to set and clear the forwards for all the lines of the phone. It allows to set callForwardAll, callForwardNoAnswer, callForwardBusy and callForwardNoCoverage.
Allows users to view/add/modify the speed dials from their IP Phone. When the user first selects the service a dial menu with a list of all speed dials will appear. The user is able to dial the speeddial by just selecting it. The user can modify the list of speed dials by pressing the 'Modify' softkey.
ManagerAssistant tool allows users to redirect their calls automatically to an assistant. This API traces the associated telephones to react upon incoming calls. When a new call is routed to a traced device, the tool will check if the service is active for the phone and redirect the call to the configured assistant number. The user can configure the push parameter to decide wether or not to be notified about a call being redirected.
Paste'n dial uses the webdialer functionality of Cisco CallManager to enhance the client PCs with a very simple paste and dial utility. Just select a number, copy with CTRL-c, press for example CTRL-Alt-v (keyboard shortcut) and your IP phone will automatically dial out.
This tool allows administrators or technical support to send messages to the screen of IP Phones.
It's possible to select the destination phones either by phone range or by devicepool.
The Phone Relocation Tool facilitates the phone rollout and phone move process. It is especially designed for the following two use cases.