|Ismerje meg, hogyan tudja beállítani és használni a legkorszerűbb mobil, VoIP, SMS és web funkciókat.|
The documentations are separated by classes, where you can find their constructor, methods, events, enumerations and much more information:
The call class contains methods for a wide range of call, messaging and video
stream functionalities. It also contains events to help messaging and monitor callstates.
The Extension class represents an extension (or outside line) in the system.
The Extension class provides basic information about the extension configured in Ozeki Phone System XE.
The helper class contains methods which lets you query out information from the OzWebclient instance.
You can add your camera as an object in the OzCamera class. It contains methods for
setting up your camera and checking out camera features.
The OzWebClient class contains methods for connecting the webclient to Ozeki Phone System XE
and disconnecting from it. The webclient class is the main communication interface between
The Session class represents a session of an ongoing call in the system.
The Session class provides session modification functions such as hold(), unhold(), etc.,
which can only be used if the connected webclient has the required privileges. This class
contains methods and events for manipulate sessions. This class is internal, therefore there
is no need to call the constructor of this class directly. You will receive a Session class
object if you subscribe to the OzWebClient.onSessionCreated() event.
The User class represents a user configured in Ozeki Phone System XE.
The user class contains the user's name, phone number , email address
and other user related information. The main purpose of this class is to
be able to handle the users and to see the information related to them.
|Interceptor classes reference||
If you want to use more complicated dial plans than the ones you can set
is the tool that you are looking for. With its help you can specify programmatically how the calls should be routed.