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Peter Artelt
2005-07-28 06:37:19 UTC
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Hi,
I'm looking for a easy way to transfer a telephon number from the PC to a
telephon set which dial the number. I don't need access to the telephone
office or to respond to incomming calls.

Regards,
from the sunny Black Forest
Peter Artelt
Mike Pitcher
2005-07-28 08:04:39 UTC
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Peter ...

If you search this newsgroup for "tapi adriano" you will discover what
you need. Adriano gave an excellent paper at DevFest 2004 where he
astounded some of us (me at least) with what he could achieve ... and
all in VO.

Mike
Post by Peter Artelt
Hi,
I'm looking for a easy way to transfer a telephon number from the PC to a
telephon set which dial the number. I don't need access to the telephone
office or to respond to incomming calls.
Regards,
from the sunny Black Forest
Peter Artelt
Adriano Rui Gominho
2005-07-28 08:39:54 UTC
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Mike,

You probably attended the session which mister Murphy missed <g>

Anyway, i could not reach an agreement with the owner of one of the
conferences where that session was presented to publish the papers.

Regards

Adriano



On 28 Jul 2005 01:04:39 -0700, "Mike Pitcher"
Post by Mike Pitcher
Peter ...
If you search this newsgroup for "tapi adriano" you will discover what
you need. Adriano gave an excellent paper at DevFest 2004 where he
astounded some of us (me at least) with what he could achieve ... and
all in VO.
Mike
Post by Peter Artelt
Hi,
I'm looking for a easy way to transfer a telephon number from the PC to a
telephon set which dial the number. I don't need access to the telephone
office or to respond to incomming calls.
Regards,
from the sunny Black Forest
Peter Artelt
Adriano Rui Gominho
2005-07-28 08:53:24 UTC
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Peter,

For the simplest way to dial a number - no tapi involved:

"You could connect a modem to the PC, pickup the phone and send a
"ATDT1234567;" string sequence at it. The modem would dial the number
and fallback into voice mode when the call is answered. It could even
return a "BUSY" string and your application could pick it up and set
up a timer to retry after a few minutes.
To react to an incoming call, all that would be needed is the propper
S register configuration on the modem and then fire a thread to wait
for a "RING 12345689" string on the port.
"

Mail me if you need the whole story...

Adriano



On Thu, 28 Jul 2005 08:37:19 +0200, "Peter Artelt"
Post by Peter Artelt
Hi,
I'm looking for a easy way to transfer a telephon number from the PC to a
telephon set which dial the number. I don't need access to the telephone
office or to respond to incomming calls.
Regards,
from the sunny Black Forest
Peter Artelt
dave
2005-07-28 14:09:17 UTC
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this is just a standard dialer for communications but this is prob somthing
ur looking for
you can use the vo standard Serial Class and impliment the needs of you
application
i use a c++ Com class ive prototyped everything into vo classs (direct
functions ) or class methods

1. open port...
2. queary modem
3. set S-Registers (optional)
if u set a thread you can do your own timing based on responses from
modem
//redial, redial (timout) build all kind of rules
4. send dial string...
5. loop wait for response from modem (usualy 1 second) init, and talking to
modem
line info and numeric or charactar responses


METHOD Dialer( ) CLASS DvDialer

LOCAL cPhNumber AS STRING
LOCAL nStarttime AS FLOAT,;
LOCAL cString
LOCAL nexitstate AS INT
nexitstate:=0

IF ! IsComPortOpened(SELF:ocom)
RETURN(SELF)
ENDIF
///is midnite
IF (nStarttime:=Seconds())==86399
nStarttime:=0
ENDIF

cPhnumber:=Trim(SELF:odcSleNumber:Value)


DO WHILE (Seconds()-nStartTime)<=SELF:comWaitTime
GetAppObject():Exec(EXECWHILEEVENT)
IF SELF:occpbDial:modified==TRUE .and. SELF:occpbdial:Caption=="Dial"
SELF:odcFtStatus:TextValue:="Dialing......"
cPhnumber:=SELF:odcslenumber:TextValue
SELF:occpbdial:Modified:=FALSE
SELF:occpbDial:Caption:="Reset"
SELF:ocom:ComPuts("ATDT"+cPhNumber+"|")
// SELF:ocom:ComWaitfor("OK",5)

ENDIF
//dcd,rts/cts,dtr,dsr,ring

SELF:oCom:ComLineStatus(SELF:occcd,SELF:occRTS,SELF:OCCDTR,SELF:occcts,SELF:
occDsR,SELF:occri)
cString:=Space(60)
SELF:oCom:ComReads(@cString) // read the port
SELF:ocom:ComSleepMs(3) //yield
cString:=LTrim(RTrim(StrTran(cString,CHR(13),"")))
cString:=StrTran(cString,CHR(10),"")
IF ! Empty(cString)
SELF:odcftStatus:TEXTValue:=cString
ENDIF
IF "CONNECT" $ cString ///in your case pic up hand set on this or
Ring
SELF:ocom:success:=1
SELF:ocom:Result:="Success"
//good
EXIT
ELSEIF "NO CARRIER" $ cString //failed retry
SELF:ocom:Success:=-1
SELF:oCom:Result:="No Carrier"

//bad
nexitstate:=1
EXIT
ELSEIF "NO DIALTONE" $ cString //faild retry
SELF:ocom:success:=-2
SELF:ocom:Result:="No Dialtone"
nExitstate:=1
EXIT
ELSEIF "BUSY" $ cString /// failed retry
SELF:oCom:Success:=-3
SELF:ocom:Result:="HOST Line Busy! Please try Back in 5 min"
nExitState:=1
EXIT
ELSEIF "ERROR" $ cString // modem Error failed retry
SELF:oCom:Result:="Error"
SELF:oCom:Success:=-4
nExitState:=1
EXIT
ENDIF
IF SELF:occpbdial:modified==TRUE .AND. occPbDial:Caption=="Reset"
SELF:occpbdial:Modified:=FALSE
SELF:occpbdial:Disable()
SELF:occpbDial:Caption:="Dial"
SELF:odcftStatus:TextValue:=""
SELF:ocom:Comhangup(FALSE)
nExitState:=0
SELF:occpbDial:Enable()

ENDIF
IF SELF:occpbCancel:Modified==TRUE
SELF:OCCPBCANCEL:Disable()
nExitState:=1
EXIT
ENDIF

ENDDO

IF SELF:ocom:Success<0
DVMSGBOX{SELF,"OKONLY",SELF:ocom:Result+";","Dialing Error"}:Show()
ENDIF
IF nExitState==1
SELF:ocom:ComHangup(TRUE)
SELF:EndDialog()
ELSEIF nExitState==0 // on line

SELF:ocom:ComSleep(1)
SELF:odcftStatus:textvalue:="Waiting for HOST Connect Time......"
SELF:syncTimer() // sinc with other side(another computer)
SELF:EndDialog()
ENDIF
Post by Peter Artelt
Hi,
I'm looking for a easy way to transfer a telephon number from the PC to a
telephon set which dial the number. I don't need access to the telephone
office or to respond to incomming calls.
Regards,
from the sunny Black Forest
Peter Artelt
dave
2005-08-02 14:10:42 UTC
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i need your email address again..its at home....
dave
Post by Peter Artelt
Hi,
I'm looking for a easy way to transfer a telephon number from the PC to a
telephon set which dial the number. I don't need access to the telephone
office or to respond to incomming calls.
Regards,
from the sunny Black Forest
Peter Artelt
Peter Artelt
2005-08-02 15:25:50 UTC
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***@intercapital.de

Peter

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