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In a previous article, I discussed how to replace SailFin's built-in Alphabetical Application Router with your own custom-made router. The Application Router concept is described in JSR289. Its responsibility is to orchestrate SIP traffic between whatever applications you've got deployed on your server. But what if you wanted to change the behaviour of your application router, without modifying...
on Apr 1, 2008
The Application Router is part of the SailFin extensions on the Glassfish JavaEE application server. Its responsibility is to orchestrate SIP composition by routing SIP requests from one SIP application to the next. SailFin comes out of the box with one, but allows the user to deploy a new one. This article describes how to do that.
on Mar 14, 2008