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JTAPI and TV api

 
Sam Doder
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JTAPI , and java TV api.

Do you need any special hardware to use these? I suspect you for the TV api
but for the JTAPI I would suspect you don't.

I have Comcast and I have a bundle package which has Telephone over the internet included. I was wondering if I can use these libraries to make phone call's from a computer program.

Would I just give the number as 1-###-###-#### .

Any help would be great.
Thanks
[ August 12, 2008: Message edited by: Bear Bibeault ]
 
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I'd first check whether JTAPI comes with any implementation; I doubt it does. If I remember correctly, it's just an API for which a hardware manufacturer would have to provide an implementation; otherwise it's of no use.
 
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hardware manufacturer would have to provide an implementation; otherwise it's of no use.


Does comcast / phone over the internet support this libraries?
Who actually provides implementation.

In old window's machines their was a dialer.exe program (phone dialer) that you could use to dial a persons phone number. However I never got this program to work. How do you get it to work.

And I have noticed it uses tapi api (c library). So is this api just an unimplemented api as well?

Because phone dialer seems to me worthless. Did you need special devices back in the day.
 
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