Generic JTAPI, JAIN JCC, and JAIN Jcat is a framework to allow for the rapid development of Java telephony specification implementations. It does this by reducing the "service provider" coding requirements by an order of magnitude and by providing common services. Also included are sample service providers, including layered providers that can be combined with others to support multiplexing, JAIN JCC support, JAIN Jcat (preliminary), and and remote access.
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Release Notes: This release includes some bugfixes, an expansion of the properties file lookup algorithm, and preliminary support for JSR #122 (JAIN Jcat 0.3.1). JAIN Jcat is the call control extension to JAIN Jcc and adds some filtering support as well as new call control methods and events, such as conference and transfer. This is the first known Jcat implementation and will provide telephony developers interested in JAIN Jcat the ability to start doing initial testing and development.
Release Notes: Initial support for transparent remote access to GJTAPI service providers on a Web server.
Release Notes: This release adds Voice modem support and Dialogic GlobalCall support for NT and Linux. Jcc default peer and call subscription problems have been fixed, as well as many minor bugs.
Release Notes: GJTAPI now supports JCC 1.1. There is also a new LGPL "bridge" to allow the use of XTAPI service providers. This is packed in a separate Jar file due to licencing conflicts. Many minor bugfixes were made. Since JTAPI 1.4 source code has not yet been released, GJATPI does not yet support JTAPI 1.4.