Checking the Call Status for Auto Reply

The file checks the status of a call. The AutoAnswerObserver class auto-replies to the caller with the predefined welcome message. Listing 8-2 shows the contents of the file:

Listing 8-2: The File
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 /*Import required JTAPI classes*/ import javax.telephony.*; import*; import*; import*; import*; /*  This class provides the media call observer for the Auto Reply Application. Class:AutoAnswerObserver-Class to detect the call made by caller Methods: setJtapiVariables():This method is used to initialize the terminal connection objects. */ public class AutoAnswerObserver implements MediaCallObserver, Runnable {    boolean isAnswering = false;    AutoAnswerGUI replyApp = null;    Call phoneCall = null;    private Connection connections[] = null;    private TerminalConnection tconnection = null;    private TerminalConnection desttconnection =  null;    Thread t=null;    AnswerText st=null;    /*    Public constructor takes the object of AutoAnswerGUI class as parameter.    AutoAnswerObserver():    Parameters:    replyApp:object of AutoAnswerGUI    Return Type:NA    */    public AutoAnswerObserver(AutoAnswerGUI replyApp)    {       this.replyApp = replyApp;    }    /*     This method is used to initialize the terminal connection objects.    Parameters:Object of Call class    Return Value:void    */    private void setJtapiVariables(Call c)    {       phoneCall = c;       try       {          connections = c.getConnections();          TerminalConnection[] tc;          phoneCall.addObserver(this);          tc = connections[0].getTerminalConnections();          tconnection = tc[0];          Terminal terminal = tconnection.getTerminal();          terminal.addCallObserver(this);          /*          Creating the remote terminal connection. The remote connection is the origination          connection,          which is always the first connection in the connections array.          */          tc = connections[1].getTerminalConnections();          desttconnection = tc[0];       }       catch(Exception e)       {          System.out.println("Exception occurred in setJtapiVariables(): " + e.toString());       }    }        /*     The callChangedEvent() method is called every time an event associated with the phone call is    raised.    Parameters:Array of CallEv class eventList    Return Type:void    */    public void callChangedEvent(CallEv[] eventList)    {       if(phoneCall == null)       {          setJtapiVariables(eventList[0].getCall());       }       for (int i = 0; i <eventList.length;  i++)       {          CallEv ev = eventList[i];          TerminalConnection terminalConnection = ((TermConnEv)ev).getTerminalConnection();          MediaTerminalConnection mtc = (MediaTerminalConnection)terminalConnection;          switch(ev.getID())          {             case TermConnCreatedEv.ID:             try             {                /*                 Specifying the audio file that is to be played when terminal connection is created.                */                System.out.println("Connection Created.");                mtc.useDefaultSpeaker();                mtc.useDefaultMicrophone();                mtc.useP layURL(new URL("file:helloworld.wav"));                isAnswering = false;             }             catch (Exception excp)             {                System.out.println("Exception TermConnCreatedEv:" + excp.toString());             }             break;             case TermConnRingingEv.ID:             try             {                System.out.println("Ringing");                if(isAnswering == false)                {                   /*Answering the phone call.*/                   isAnswering = true;                   terminalConnection.answer();                   t=new Thread(this,"Node action");                   t.start();                }             }             catch (Exception excp)             {                System.out.println("Exception occurred while answering the phone call:" +                excp.toString());             }             break;             case MediaTermConnAvailableEv.ID:             try             {                System.out.println("Media Term Connection Available event.");                mtc.startPlaying();             }             catch (Exception excp)             {                System.out.println("Exception occurred in startPlaying():" + excp.toString());             }             break;             case MediaTermConnStateEv.ID:             try             {                /*Check if playing is done.*/                int state = mtc.getMediaState();                System.out.println("Playing"+state);                state = state &MediaTerminalConnection.PLAYING;                System.out.println("Playing"+state);                if(state == 0)                {                   /*                   Stop playing and closing the phone connection.                   */                   mtc.stopPlaying();                   hangupConnection();                }             }             catch (Exception excp)             {                System.out.println("Exception occurred in stopPlaying():" + excp.toString());             }             break;             case MediaTermConnUnavailableEv.ID:             try             {                /*                 Specifying that the Media Terminal Connection is not available.                */                System.out.println("Media terminal connection is not available.");                mtc.stopPlaying();             }             catch(Exception e)             {                System.out.println("Exception occurred in MediaTermConnUnavailableEv.ID:" +                e.toString());             }             /*             Closing the telephone connection.             */             hangupConnection();             break;             default:             break;             }          }       }       /*       Run method to speak the answer       Parameters:NA       Return Value:Void       */        public void run()       {          /*          Initialize a new object of AnswerText class.          */          st=new AnswerText("Thank You for calling me i would be glad to say hello", "kevin16");          /*          Invoke the answerSelText() method of AnswerText class.          */          st.answerSelText(this);       }    } 
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In the above code, the constructor of the class takes an object of the class as an input parameter to invoke the methods of the class.

The methods defined in Listing 8-2 are:

  • setJtapiVariables (): Initializes the terminal connection objects of JTAPI to create a connection with the modem.

  • callChangedEvent (): Acts as an event listener every time an event occurs in the modem, which is attached to the telephone line.

Java InstantCode. Developing Applications using Java Speech API
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