[asterisk-dev] Newbie Developer Resource?
nicchap at hotmail.com
Sun Jan 25 07:39:48 CST 2009
the best place for these types of "dev" questions would be the asterisk-users list. This list is devoted to more in depth Asterisk core development such as new features, bug fixes and so on.
A quick reply to your question however would be Yes to AGI. Also make sure you check two great publications:
1) The Future of Telephony, second edition http://oreilly.com/catalog/9780596510480/index.html
2) http://www.packtpub.com/asterisk-gateway-interface-programming/book (new)
> Message: 8> Date: Sat, 24 Jan 2009 22:10:15 -0600> From: David Phillips <phillips.david.lee at gmail.com>> Subject: Re: [asterisk-dev] Newbie Developer Resource?> To: "'Asterisk Developers Mailing List'"> <asterisk-dev at lists.digium.com>> Message-ID:> <!&!AAAAAAAAAAAYAAAAAAAAAN3qvBOeRxBMt9Y4vt+kDZXCgAAAEAAAAKNbYCvMqrRAojxybvzgXGABAAAAAAfirstname.lastname@example.org>> > Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"> > Thanks Greyman. I appreciate it. What I'm actually looking for is how to do> special outbound calling handling with asterisk. I don't want to actually> change the asterisk server itself. I think I want to use AGI's ? I'm not> certain, but I *think* so. Basically I'm wanting to do the following:> > 1. Get data from mySQL database (I already have an example program for this)> 2. make an outbound call (I already have an example with a simple 'call> file')> 3. detect human or answering machine (and update the db appropriately)> 4. play an audio file (I have an example of this too).> 5. Prompt the listener to record a response (I DON'T have an example of> this).> 6. write the response to a WAV file so I can retrieve it via FTP.> > I think that's about it. Like I said, I have some sample code to get me> started, I was just wondering for a good starting place for scripting with> asterisk.> > Dave
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