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5.2.9. Events

[Overview]
Events are an object to catch events.
The trigger of Events is raised from following cases:
- Normal Event: Respond to a user operation for components.
An event can have some "Actions".
Action is an object to define a process for an event.
An event can have the plural Actions. Each Action is sequentially executed. (The maximum actions allowed
to 5, per event.)
[Definition]
Child
Child
Element 1
Element 2
On Talking
SendRequest
MakeCall
AnswerCall
HangupCall
SetXmlMode
Reboot
CancelKey
MissedCallOff
OnHungup
Same Child elements of "OnTalking".
OnClicked
Same Child elements of "OnTalking".
OnExpired
Same Child elements of "OnTalking".
[Syntax]
1. Event which caused by operation of menu and soft keys.
<ppxml
xmlns="http://panasonic/sip_phone"
xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xsi:schemaLocation="http://panasonic/sip_phone sip_phone.xsd">
<Screen version="3.0>
<!—Display Menu Item and assign function to FF Keys and Soft Keys -->
<Menu name="MainMenu" area="Phone">
<MenuItems>
<MenuItem name="Item1" text="123" selected="true" id="1">
<Events>
<OnClicked>
<AnswerCall />
</OnClicked>
</Events>
</MenuItem>
Attributes
Value
url
Url
number
Phone number
0 - 9、#、*
mode
on/off
m/o
Functionality
o
System Event: This is issued when
call state changed to talking state.
o
Get request to web server.
m
Max. 511 characters
o
Call to specified phone number.
m
1~32 digits
o
Answer incoming call.
o
Hang-up the call.
This element is the same as 'Enable
o
Application'.
m
The phone will reboot after changing.
o
Reboot the phone.
Execute "Cancel" key operation.
o
Don't display "Missed Call:XX"
o
o
System Event: This is issued when a
call is hang up.
o
o
This is issued when Key is pressed.
o
o
This is issued when Timer expired.
o
45
c.f.)
4.1.

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