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Creates a new phone call.
|Component||Version||macOS||Windows||Server||FileMaker Cloud||FileMaker iOS SDK|
|TAPI||4.4||No||Yes||Yes, Windows only||No||No|
|AddressNameIndex||The index of the address or the name of the address to identify which device to use.||0|
|DestAddress||This text contains a destination address. The format is provider-specific. This can be "" for non-dialed addresses (such as with a hot phone) or when all dialing is performed using TAPI.Dial. "" in combination with a "" GroupID in TAPI.Pickpup results in a group pickup. Service providers that have inverse multiplexing capabilities can allow an application to specify multiple addresses at once.||"123456789"|
|AddressType||Contains an address type constant, such as phone number (1), which describes the format of the address. Phone Number is 1, Session Description Protocol (SDP) conference is 2, an e-mail name is 4, a domain name is 8, an IP address is 16.||1|
|MediaTypes||Identifies the media type or types that will be involved in the call session. Can be 8 for audio.||8|
Returns Call Reference ID or error.
DescriptionCreates a new phone call.
The new call will be the new current call, so the TAPI.Dial function (and others) should work on it.
See for media types:
See for line address constants:
If your TAPI drivers are 32-bit only, it may or may not work in 64-bit.
Creates a call and connects:
- Use of TAPI functions in MBS FileMaker Plugin
- MBS Filemaker Plugin, version 4.5pr2
- MBS Filemaker Plugin, version 4.4pr10
Created 8th November 2014, last changed 11st May 2016
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