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Prashanth menon
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Hi Ranchers,
I had tried running the sample programs coming along with the Java Telephone API in an attempt to learn it. Unfortunately it gave some provider not found exception.
Could any one help me with this. Should I install a provider in the system.
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Pranth
 
Malhar Barai
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dear
u need to download this j323 engine...follow the instructions that comes with it & try running your program again.
www.alphaworks.ibm.com/tech/j323engine
HTH
malhar
 
Prashanth menon
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Thank you malhar for the lead.
I will follow it and get back
Prashanth
 
Devrim Turker
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I think you must download Java Media Framework
also.
There is a note in ibm j323 that it works with old version of jtapi
 
Bjoern Gackenholz
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Hi folks,

I have done those things mentioned above. But with the j323 engine come a few testing-programs to be run in the command-window. I think I have configured it right but still I don't quite get the point of the test-apps. Most of the outcome is pointless to my unknowing eye.

But, being beside the point, I'll leave the tests and return to the problem that most beginners seem to have: the provider.

Maybe my german mother-tongue may serve as an excuse, but I must confess that I just don't quite get nature of the provider!? I mean, are we talking about companies like at&t and such? Not really, are we?

I have been playing around with xtapi quite a bit until I realized that it only supports voice modems. I don't use a modem at all! I have a phone connected to my computer via usb. So my idea of a provider comes down to a connection to the world outside. And since most implementation descriptions I have read during my research mentioned modems or other devices I simply don't have, I can't really get a connection (not the instance of connection, I'm well aware of the difference) to a provider, thus I won't be able to get a provider... is that it? At least to some extend?

Cheers, BUG
 
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