Thread: UUI in SIP VP
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Old 05-06-2010, 07:22 AM
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If your application is transferring an incoming call, Voice Portal will simply pass along whatever UUI it receives, in whatever format the UUI was received in. In this scenario, you will need to change the configuration of the device that originally generates the UUI to send it in the desired format.

If you have a CCXML application that is doing a <createcall> and passing the UUI using the attribute <aai>, then your application can control the encoding type. To get IA5_ASCII encoding, begin your <aai> string with the characters "PD,04;". (That gobbledygook says that you want protocol discriminator 4, which happens to be IA5_ASCII.) So, for example, to create a call where the UUI passed is "1234" encoded using IA5_ASCII, set <aai> to "PD,04;1234".
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