Deploying and Running the Conferencing Application
To run the application, you need to perform the following installation steps:
Build and Deploy the Conferencing Application using Ant
Import the Conference Eclipse Project
Build and Deploy the Conferencing Application using Eclipse
To enable logging for the conferencing sample application, add the following to log4j.xml, located in the WebLogic domain directory (e.g. C:\occas40\user_projects\domains\jsr309ri)
<logger name="multiparty"> <level value="debug"/> <appender-ref ref="console"/> <appender-ref ref="file"/> </logger>
The conferencing application has been tested with the X-Lite SIP soft phone. For other phones tested with OCCAS, see this documentation.
Download the X-Lite softphone from X-Lite-Download. Configure X-Lite as shown below:
Using the App
Browse to http://IP-of-OCCAS:7001/demo/ and make a call to sip:conf@IP-of-OCCAS:5060. When prompted, enter a four-digit conference ID; the conference will be created and will show up in the Web interface.
When asked if you are the organizer, you will be given the following options:
Click on the conference id to go to the conference info page. From there, it's possible to mute/unmute and unjoin (kick-out) a conference participant.
If you are annoyed by the sound Internet Explorer makes every time a page is refreshed, all you have to do to stop / disable it is the following: Go to Start >> Control Panel >> Sounds and Audio Devices. Then click on the Sounds tab. Once there, scroll down the list of Program Events until you see Windows Explorer. Underneath that you should then see S tart Navigation. Select (highlight) start navigation. Now, looking underneath the list of Program Events you should see a section for Sounds. Use that drop-down box to select (None) which is at the very top of the list in most cases. This should do the trick once saved or applied.