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JTAPI Web Service Bridge
This add-on to the Open-Source GJTAPI project allows JTAPI applications the ability
to access and control remote telephony systems using a Web Service
interface (also known as SOAP or Jax-rpc). The server can talk to any GJTAPI or XTAPI service provider (or any
other JTAPI implementation) to give you the maximum telephony control to your
- Your Call Center can now deploy standards-based client
applications that interact with the PBX.
- Your system administration staff can connect to the internet
from a hotel room and start up an application to monitor and control calls.
- Your developers can develop and test their JTAPI IVR
applications from their desks.
- Applets can be created that allow customers to view call
activity in real time.
The GJTAPI Web Service Bridge is dual
licenced under both the GPL and a Commercial license, giving
you the maximum flexibility. If you want to download the bridge to test drive
it or use in your own GPL application, the GPL may be used. If you need to
use it in a commercial application, a commercial licence is available.
For more infomation on licencing, or to purchase a commercial
licence, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have telephony needs not covered by the bridge
currently (i.e. security, authentication, authorization, special-purpose SOAP
methods, etc), Deadman Consulting is
available on a contract basis to assist in the architecture, design and implementation
of such modifications. If you would like to discuss this further, please
Note: Due to the nature of the GPL, any publically distributed
additions to the GJTAPI Bridge fall under the GPL as well, unless the software
has been licenced under an alternative licence.
JTAPI is the standard Java API for controlling telephony
systems. GJTAPI is an open-source implementation of this standard that provides
a "service provider interface" to facilitate the easier implementation of
JTAPI. Deadman Consulting has been one of the lead supporters and contributers
to the GJTAPI project. Due to the service provider architecture of GJTAPI,
it is possible to layer service providers on-top of one another to implement
new and creative topologies.
The GJTAPI Web Service Bridge plugs in under GJTAPI
and connects to a remote web service. This web service, in turn, can plug
other GJTAPI service providers under it, including an "inverter" that talks
to a 3rd-Party JTAPI implementation.
More information can be found in the Architecture and Installation
The GJTAPI Web Services Bridge is available
The GJTAPI Web Services Bridge may be
This zip file contains:
- Server-side "war" file for deployment in an application
server supporting both servlets and Jax-RPC 1.1 RCS.
- A client-side jar file containing the bridge code
- An Architecture and installation Guide