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General Events

EventServerConnected

Description

The communication session with the server in question has been opened. This event is generated on the client side and only in asynchronous communication mode.

Contents

Event Attribute Type
Event Mandatory
Server Mandatory
Extensions Optional

Example

EventServerConnected Feature Example

EventServerDisconnected

Description

The communication session with the server in question has failed. T-Library generates this event as soon as it recognizes that the connection with T-Server has been lost.

Contents

Event Attribute Type
Event Mandatory
Server Mandatory
Extensions Optional

Example

EventServerDisconnected Feature Example

EventLinkConnected

Description

This event is generated in two ways: either as a notification that the connection between the switch and T-Server, through the CTI link, has been restored, or as a response to the TOpenServerEx() and TOpenServer() functions (that is, after connecting to T-Server) to indicate the current CTI-link status.

If you are working with a pair of T-Servers with Hot Standby mode in a high-availability environment, this event is also generated during T-Server switchover.

Contents

Event Attribute Type
ApplicationName Optional
Event Mandatory
Server Mandatory
SessionID Optional
CustomerID Optional
time Mandatory
Extensions Optional

Examples

EventLinkConnected Feature, Example 1
EventLinkConnected Feature, Example 2

EventLinkDisconnected

Description

This event is generated as a notification that the connection between the switch and T-Server, through the CTI link, has been severed.

If you are working with a pair of T-Servers with Hot Standby mode in a high-availability environment, this event is also generated during T-Server switchover.

Contents

Event Attribute Type
ApplicationName Optional
SessionID Optional
CustomerID Optional
ErrorCode Optional
ErrorMessage Optional
Event Mandatory
Server Mandatory
time Mandatory
Extensions Optional

Examples

EventLinkDisconnected Feature, Example 1
EventLinkDisconnected Feature, Example 2
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