Microsoft Unified Communications Client 1.0 SDK
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Documentation updated on January 23, 2009
Microsoft Unified Communications Client SDK includes:
A set of COM libraries such as UccAPI.dll and Rtfplftm.dll.
An associated primary interoperable assembly (PIA) (Microsoft.Office.Interop.UccAPI.dll).
C++ header files and resource files.
Sample application projects.
Microsoft Unified Communications Client API documentation.
Microsoft Unified Communications Client SDK is packaged in UccApiSdk.msi and, by default, is installed locally in the c:\program files\Microsoft UccAPI directory. Note: If you are using Microsoft Vista x64, the files are installed locally in c:\program files (x86)\Microsoft UccAPI.
This SDK documentation is intended for application developers who are interested in building Unified Communications Client applications that interoperate with Microsoft Office Communicator and its compatible clients, extend or embed the Office Communicator functionality into line of business (LOB) applications, and create custom-brand communication clients capable of supporting voice and video calls, instant messaging (IM), and presence services.
- About Unified Communications Client API
An overview of the main features of Unified Communications Client API, including the architectural design, object model, and the naming convention.
- Using Unified Communications Client API
A feature-oriented and task-based introduction to writing a Unified Communications Client API client, covering scenarios such as user registration, instant messaging, audio/video conversations, conference calls, managing user's telephone set connected to a corporate PBX, general publication of and subscription to presence information and other application-specific data, and managing a user's contact list.
Unified Communications Client API technical reference, including the co-creatable classes, interfaces, enumerations, and constants supported by Unified Communications Client API.