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Polycom IP Phone - XML Application Examples

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Hi Experts,

Trying to develop some simple apps for an IP phone - have followed Polycom's guide on developing apps for the phone but can't seem to get anything other than text to work.

I would like a simple app code that displays an image and alters a softkey on the phone.

If anyone could point me in the right direction that would be great.

Thanks

Sam
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Is something like this what you are after? It will replace the background logo of the IP phone. These and other examples can be found on the polycom website (I am not a polycom xml api programmer myself, but I may be able to point you in the right direction or to help you with errors you receive).

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" ?>
<DVCRMANAGER version="1.0.0.0">
    <COMMAND xmlid="setivr">
        <SESSIONID value="b09c5d22-52c5-41a9-9b8e6cecf7d07ae4" />
        <TYPE value="0"/>
        <FILENAME value="\myimage.gif"/>
    </COMMAND>
</DVCRMANAGER>

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The question was to get something other then text to work on a Polycom Phone. The example shows to display an image and the text points to other examples. Imo this answers the question. If it doesn't, I hope to hear something from the asker on why not.
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