Cisco Unity Express -- Triggers REST PI Service Operation

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Contents

Triggers

Classes

Figure 23: Trigger

CUE80 Trigger.jpg


Trigger
Class Name

Trigger

Extends From

ManagedBaseElement

Description

Class representing the SIP and JTPAI triggers

XML Namespace

http://trigger.model.rest.aesop.cisco.com

Field Name Type Constraints Comments

appName

String

Name of the application to start when a trigger is entered

enabled

Boolean

Enable or disable the trigger

idleTimeout

Integer

The number of milliseconds to wait for a caller's response before the call is disconnected.

locale

String

Language used for the system prompts that are heard by the caller when a trigger is activated.

maxSessions

Integer

Maximum value is determined by the number of ports purchased for the application.

Maximum number of subscribers who can access a trigger simultaneously

triggerId

String

For SIP and JTAPI trigger types, triggerId is the phone number that acts as the trigger to start the application on the JTAPI or SIP proxy server. The number value should be the last four digits of the full telephone number that callers dial to reach the auto attendant.

For trigger type HTTP, the trigger ID is the URL suffix string.

type

TriggerType

Trigger type

TriggerType
Class Name

TriggerType (Enumeration Class)

Extends From
Description

Enumeration of trigger types

XML Namespace

http://trigger.model.rest.aesop.cisco.com

Enum Values

SIP

JTAPI

HTTP


Resources

Resource URI Operation Input Return Value

/triggers

GET (read all triggers defined for all types)

BaseElementList Containing list of Trigger objects

/triggers/{triggerType} where triggerType is one of SIP, JTAPI or HTTP

POST (define a new trigger of type triggerType)

Trigger

/triggers/{triggerType}/{triggerId}

GET (read a trigger)

Trigger

PUT (update a trigger)

Trigger

DELETE (delete a trigger)

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