How Do I Get Started
Cisco Unified MeetingPlace SOAP API provides access to most important Cisco Unified MeetingPlace functionality viz...
a. Meeting Management
b. User Management
c. System Configuration Management
d. Licensing and
To begin with do the following:
1. Define requirements for your application.
a. Specify use-cases, and search for available support in the API.
b. Use Cisco Unified MeetingPlace API interface specification and product help documentation.
c. Identify services and methods which can be used to accomplish your requirements.
2. Choose the language and framework you wish to develop application.
Visit the below URL for initial considerations...
SOAP is supported in most programming languages, with plenty of frameworks and tools available. We recommend xFire/CXF for Java, and gSOAP for C++.
Alternatively you could start hands-on by installing and running some of our examples.
Clients who wish to use the 7.0.2 API should use the WSDL files from the corresponding zip file for building their proxy classes. The same files are available from any MeetingPlace 7.0.2 machine on the following location: http://servername.com/webservices-7-0-2/wsdl
Location of Webservices 7.0.2 is http://servername.com/webservices-7-0-2/services/<service_name>
Clients who wish to continue using the 7.0 API should use the WSDL files from the corresponding zip file for building their proxy classes. The same files are available from any MeetingPlace 7.0.2 or MeetingPlace 7 machine on the following location: http://servername.com/webservices/wsdl
However, clients are strongly advised to start using the new 7.0.2 API, providing additional stability and reliability.
Location of Webservices 7.0 is http://servername.com/webservices/services/<service_name>