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Parlay X Web Services

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Anonymous

Hi,

What is the best way to provide the Parlay X API to third party’s to enable the creation of telephony application using the SLEE as Application Server, without having a Parlay Gateway?

We are thinking of using Parlay X Web Services for communication with a J2EE Container and then using the J2EE SLEE Connector to communicate with the SLEE.

The selection of Web Services should be driven by commercial utility and not necessarily by technical elegance.

Is this the best solution? Or should we have a kind of RA?

Regards,
Marco

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Anonymous

Yes, I’ve seen the 3pcc example!

Sure, please send me the web service part!

My email is: marco-f-monteiro@ptinovacao.pt
Skype: marco_monteiro

Regards,
Marco

ivelin
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Marco,

Your idea of exposing Parlay X web services via J2EE EJBs, which then bridge into SLEE via SleeConnection makes total sense. I would be interested to see a prototype.

Ivelin

niklasuhrberg
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There is an 3pcc example application (available in cvs) for which there exists a Parlay X integration.

The example app consists of three parts: Slee service, web app and Parlay X web service.
The material in cvs does not include the Parlay X webservice (simply because we get an exception deep down in the Axis stack and haven't had time to resolve the problem) but the web app and slee service.

The web service is implemented with JBoss Net (using Axis) and is deployed with a .wsr file.

Just let me know if you would like to get the webservice part and I'll send it to you.

I don't want to put anything in cvs that had a bug in it :=)

kriakat
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Hi I am Krish and am working with a sample project on 3pcc can you send me the pro or details which you have so thet it would be helpfull.
Thanks and Regards
Krishna

niklasuhrberg
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Using SleeConnection to fire events on the SLEE is the natural choice. In JSLEE 1.1 this mechanism is taken to the next level with synchronous responses as an option.

You may also be concerned about communicating state from the SLEE to web service client for which there are several options. See separate threads on this subject.