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de:breakthrough

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Describes the breakthrough capability of a device endpoint. When a user (such as an administrative assistant) has set his or her VoIP calls to be forwarded to another number, then a breakthrough capability allows calls from people in the user’s contact list to go directly to the user’s phone without being explicitly forwarded.

<breakthrough uri="..." render="..." capture="..." publish="..." version="..." deviceAvailability="..." />

Attribute

Data Type

Description

uri

xs:anyURI

Optional.

render

xs:Boolean

Optional with default="false".

capture

xs:Boolean

Optional with default="false".

publish

xs:Boolean

Optional with default="false".

version

xs:unsignedInt

Optional with default="0".

deviceAvailability

xs:unsignedInt

Optional.

preferred

xs:boolean

Specifies whether the device is preferred (true) or not (false). This attribute is optional. Its default value is false.

preferredEndpointId

xs:string

Specifies the ID of the preferred endpoint. Optional.

Element

Description

de:capabilities

The capabilities element.

Note

This element is introduced in the Microsoft Office Communicator 2007 R2 release.

XML Example 1 of the breakthrough Element

<breakthrough uri="alice@contoso.com" render="true" publish="true" />

XML Example 2 of the breakthrough Element

<breakthrough publish="true" />

XML Example 3 of the breakthrough Element

<breakthrough uri="alice@contoso.com" />

XML Example 4 of the breakthrough Element

<breakthrough publish="true" deviceAvailability="3500"></breakthrough>
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