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Releasing Calls

This section illustrates the standard processes by which calls are released.

Note the following comments in the call models:

*OPT—Optional.

*DIAL—May be a dialed number or is not present if T-Server has no information about the other party.

Release Phase

The following graphic and table describe the release phase.

Release Phase


PARTY A PARTY B

Conversation

Release (TReleaseCall)
EventReleased

ConnID 1
ThisDN A
OtherDN B *OPT
CallState OK

EventReleased

ConnID 1
ThisDN B
OtherDN A *OPT
CallState OK

Release from Conference Phase

The following graphic and table describe the release from conference phase.

Release from Conference Phase


PARTY A PARTY B PARTY C

Conference

Release (TReleaseCall)
EventPartyDeleted

ConnID 1
ThisDN A
OtherDN B
OtherDNRole DeletedParty
ThirdPartyDN B
ThirdPartyDNRole DeletedBy
CallState OK/Conferenced a

EventReleased

ConnID 1
ThisDN B
CallState OK

EventPartyDeleted

ConnID 1
ThisDN C
OtherDN B
OtherDNRole DeletedParty
ThirdPartyDN B
ThirdPartyDNRole DeletedBy
CallState OK/Conferenced a

Conversation

a. If more than two parties remain in the conference call, CallState has a value of Conferenced; otherwise, CallState has a value of OK.

Delete from Conference Phase

The following graphic and table describe the release phase.

Delete from Conference Phase


PARTY A PARTY B PARTY C

Conference

Delete B (TDeleteFromConference)
EventPartyDeleted

ConnID 1
ThisDN A
OtherDN B
OtherDNRole DeletedParty
ThirdPartyDN A
ThirdPartyDNRole DeletedBy
CallState OK/Conferenced a

EventReleased

ConnID 1
ThisDN B
CallState OK

EventPartyDeleted

ConnID 1
ThisDN C
OtherDN B
OtherDNRole DeletedParty
ThirdPartyDN A
ThirdPartyDNRole DeletedBy
CallState OK/Conferenced a

Conversation

a. If more than two parties remain in the conference call, CallState has a value of Conferenced; otherwise, CallState has a value of OK.

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