Voice Call using J2ME
I want to create an Application which will make a voice call using J2ME. I seen several sites but I coudn't able to get exact infromation. I seen in Motorola Iden Devices development document there is some Api which we can use for Make a call [using Method makeCall(Phone Number)].
I tried that but Iam geting allways "RESPONSE-ERROR".
I want to know does J2ME will suport Voice Call? Does J2Me has TAPI ?
Please guide me if any one already worked on it. Please let me know if any good Books, good sites and any examples
Thanks in advance
we has a similar post on this forum regarding TAPI a few moths ago: http://forums.devx.com/showthread.php?threadid=135395
The bottom line was this: there's a myriad of C-based TAPI libraries that can do all the work and more, so there's no reason to fool around with J2ME, unless you really have to. Is there a particular reason for using J2ME? I don't think it offers any substantial benefit compared to simpler and well-proven C libraries.
Last edited by Danny; 01-20-2005 at 04:08 PM.
Thanks for the reply Danny.
Yes, your correct Danny since we have C-API why should we go for it. But my problem is we are targeting only Java Devices. So, we need some thing which is working for Java devices not for BREW Devices.
If any useful stuff please let me know.
You can still use JNI to call C functions from Java, I believe. Also, there is a JTAPI library (several of them, actually). I'm not sure if they're free for download but there certainly should be such libraries. Still, the simplest solution would be to wrap working C APIs in Java classes. Under the hood, that's what JTAPI does anyway...
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