ITTAPI::RegisterCallNotifications method (tapi3if.h)
The RegisterCallNotifications method sets which new call notifications an application will receive. The application must call the method for each address, indicating media type or types it can handle, and specifying the privileges it requests.
An application that will make only outgoing calls does not need to call this method.
The ITTAPIEventNotification outgoing interface must be registered prior to calling this method.
If both owner and monitor privileges are needed for an address, this method should be called only once, with both fMonitor and fOwner set to TRUE.
HRESULT RegisterCallNotifications( [in] ITAddress *pAddress, [in] VARIANT_BOOL fMonitor, [in] VARIANT_BOOL fOwner, [in] long lMediaTypes, [in] long lCallbackInstance, [out] long *plRegister );
Pointer to ITAddress interface.
Boolean value indicating whether the application will monitor calls. VARIANT_TRUE indicates that the application will monitor calls; VARIANT_FALSE that it will not.
Boolean value indicating whether the application will own incoming calls. VARIANT_TRUE indicates that the application will own incoming calls; VARIANT_FALSE indicates that it will not.
Media types that can be handled by the application.
On success, the returned value that is used by ITTAPI::UnregisterNotifications.
This method can return one of these values.
||The plRegister parameter is not a valid pointer.|
||The TAPI object has not been initialized.|
||Insufficient memory exists to perform the operation.|
If multiple calls of this method are used on one address, the information about participant calls from a call hub may be confusing if a call that is already being monitored by the application is handed off to it.
The RegisterCallNotifications method registers the application as having an interest in monitoring calls or receiving ownership of calls that are of the specified media types. These call privileges are set in the fMonitor and fOwner parameters. An application can specify multiple flags to handle multiple media types. Conflicts can arise if multiple applications register for the same address and media type. These conflicts are resolved by a priority scheme in which the user assigns relative priorities to the applications. Users can set application priorities by calling the ITTAPI::SetApplicationPriority function. Only the highest priority application for a given media type will receive ownership (unsolicited) of a call of that media type. Ownership can be received when an incoming call first arrives or when a call is handed off. The ITBasicCallControl::HandoffDirect and ITBasicCallControl::HandoffIndirect functions are called to hand off ownership of a call to another application. If the user does not assign priorities to the application, and multiple applications open the same line device, by default, the application that called RegisterCallNotifications first will have the highest priority.
|Header||tapi3if.h (include Tapi3.h)|