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J2EE

SIP Servlets provide a server side Java abstraction to SIP protocol and it is based on familiar servlet model. This enables an application developer to use Java servlet programming to write Converged applications. What exactly is the meaning of "converged applications"? SIP Servlet Specification explains this as follows "While the SIP Servlet API can certainly be implemented...
on Jan 4, 2010
Hope you have read my last blog on using SailFin CAFE with web applications. Mohit has added an entry on how to enable Communication capabilities in JSPs. The approach is exactly same except that the CommunicationSession object is available as a session attribute. Take a look!
on Nov 8, 2009
Hope you have read my blog on "Writing your first SailFin CAFE Application". There I explained how to handle a 2-party call using SailFin CAFE. Now lets see how can you write a simple conference application. The application would accept the calls from any participant and if the participant is calling a conference id, then the application should use a media server, handle SDP, mix the voice,...
on Oct 18, 2009

Servlets

So far I have described how create server applications that handle call, conference and IM using SailFin CAFE. In this edition lets take a look at how to add communication capabilities to web applications in a (very) simple way. I like to start with the code. So, here is some code that implements making a phone call between two parties from the web application. package my.test;import javax....
on Nov 4, 2009