Assembly: Microsoft.Office.Interop.UccApi (in microsoft.office.interop.uccapi.dll)
IUccEndpoint CreateProxyEndpoint ( UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE eType, IUccEndpoint pControllingEndpoint, UccUri pUri, string bstrEndpointId, UccContext pContext )
IUccEndpoint CreateProxyEndpoint ( UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE eType, IUccEndpoint pControllingEndpoint, UccUri pUri, String bstrEndpointId, UccContext pContext )
function CreateProxyEndpoint ( eType : UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE, pControllingEndpoint : IUccEndpoint, pUri : UccUri, bstrEndpointId : String, pContext : UccContext ) : IUccEndpoint
A value of the UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE type. This specifies the type of the proxy endpoint to be created.
A value of the BSTR (string, for a .NET application) type. This specifies the TEL URI (in the form of "tel:+14255551111;ext=12345") of the proxy endpoint to be created. For more information about tel URI formatting, see [MS-PRES]
Return ValueA value of the IUccEndpoint** (IUccEndpoint, for a .NET application) type. This points to an IUccEndpoint instance if the operation is successful.
A proxy endpoint represents a telephone connected to PSTN and is used in remote call controls.
To create a proxy endpoint representing a PBX telephone, an application must set the eType parameter to the UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE.UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE.UCCET_PROXY_TELEPHONY value. This proxy endpoint allows a Unified Communications API client to make and receive telephone calls through the telephone serviced by an organization's Public Branch Exchange (PBX).
It is not necessary to advise for events on the proxy endpoint. All endpoint events are raised by the controlling user endpoint.
|The proxy endpoint can only be created after a client application has created a user endpoint. The second parameter of the CreateProxyEndpoint method is the previously created user endpoint as controlling endpoint.|
Win32 COM/C++ Syntax
HRESULT CreateProxyEndpoint ( UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE eType, IUccEndpoint* pControllingEndpoint, IUccUri* pUri, BSTR bstrEndpointId, IUccContext* pContext, IUccEndpoint** ppEndpoint );
|In a Win32 application, the return value of a method or property is always an HRESULT value indicating the status of the call to the interface member. Any result of the operation is returned as a parameter marked with the [out, retval] attribute. In contrast, in a .NET application the HRESULT value indicating an error condition is returned as a COM exception and the [out, retval] parameter becomes the return value. For the UCC API-defined HRESULT values, see Trace and Handle Errors in Unified Communications Client API.|
private string proxyEndpointSipURI = "sip:AB32-LAB@PBXServer.contoso.com"; private string proxyEndpointTelId = "tel:1234;phone-context=AB32-cdp.AB32-udp"; IUccEndpoint telEndpoint = platform.CreateProxyEndpoint( UCC_ENDPOINT_TYPE.UCCET_PROXY_TELEPHONY, endpoint, proxyEndpointSipURI, proxyEndpointTelId, null);