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Blog Archive for binod during November 2008

In the first part of this blog, I explained how a third person Join a call between two parties. This part explains how one party is replaced by another in a call. RFC 3891 specifies Replaces SIP header, that help SIP applications implement this capability. Replaces functionality enables developers to implement features like Attended Call Transfer or Call Pickup. Let's take a simple example....
In a typical customer support scenario, a customer support executive (E) might want his manager (M) to join his call with a customer (C). How to achieve that? In SIP world, Join header specified by RFC 3911 helps in handling this situation. It defines a new header named Join, which holds the call-information. I.e the SIP message from the person Joining the call will contain a Join header with...
SailFin V1 MS6 is now available. Prasad reports that there were more than 141 bug fixes after MS5 that went into this release. More importantly, SailFin now passes JSR 289 TCK. Here is the link to the test results and a short related discussion in the dev mailing list. Many thanks to Mihir (289 Spec Lead from Oracle) for supporting us during last month or so by answering numerous questions...