The LINECALLPARAMFLAGS_ constants describe various status flags about a call.
The call should be set up as secure.
The call should be originated on an idle call appearance and not join a call
in progress. When using the lineMakeCall
function, if the LINECALLPARAMFLAGS_IDLE value is not
set and there is an existing call on the line, the function breaks into the
existing call if necessary to make the new call. If there is no existing call,
the function makes the new call as specified.
The originator identity should be concealed (block caller ID).
The originator's phone should be automatically taken offhook.
The called party's phone should be automatically taken offhook.
This bit is used only in conjunction with lineSetupConference
. The address to be conferenced with the current call is specified in the TargetAddress
member in LINECALLPARAMS
. The consultation call does not physically draw dial tone from the switch,
but will progress through various call establishment states (for example, dialing, proceeding
). When the consultation call reaches the connected
state, the conference is automatically established; the original call, which
had remained in the connected
state, enters the conferenced
state; the consultation call enters the conferenced
state; the hConfCall
enters the connected
state. If the consultation call fails (enters the disconnected
state followed by idle
), the hConfCall
also enters the idle
state, and the original call (which may have been an existing conference, in
the case of linePrepareAddToConference
) remains in the connected
state. The original party (or parties) never perceive the call has having
. This feature is often used to add a supervisor to an ACD agent call when
necessary to monitor interactions with an irate caller.
This bit is used only when placing a call on an address with predictive
dialing capability (LINEADDRCAPFLAGS_PREDICTIVEDIALER is on in the dwAddrCapFlags
member in LINEADDRESSCAPS
). The bit must be on to enable the enhanced call progress and/or media device
monitoring capabilities of the device. If this bit is not on, the call will be
placed without enhanced call progress or media mode monitoring, and no
automatic transfer will be initiated based on call state.
This bit is used only in conjunction with lineSetupTransfer
. It combines the operation of lineSetupTransfer
followed by lineDial
on the consultation call into a single step. The address to be dialed is
specified in the TargetAddress
member in LINECALLPARAMS
. The original call is placed in onholdpendingtranfer
state, just as if lineSetupTransfer
were called normally, and the consultation call is established normally. The
application must still call lineCompleteTransfer
to effect the transfer. This feature is often used when invoking a transfer
from a server over a third-party call control link, because such links
frequently do not support the normal two-step process.
No extensibility. All 32 bits are reserved.
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