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Programming for Unified Communications with Microsoft® Office Communications Server 2007 R2 by Micosoft Office Communications Server Team, Oscar Newkerk, Chris Mayo, Vishwa Ranjan, Kurt De Ding, Rui Maximo

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Chapter 7. Structure of a UCMA Application

This chapter will help you to:

  • Understand the general structure of a Unified Communications Managed API (UCMA) Core application.

  • Understand how to create a UCMA Core application.

  • Understand the structure of the CollaborationPlatform class.

  • Understand how to create and control multimodal calls that include both instant messaging (IM) and audio.

  • Understand how to create, schedule, and participate in multiparty conferences.

  • Understand how to publish and subscribe to presence information.

Creating a UCMA Application

As its name indicates, Unified Communications Managed API (UCMA) is a Microsoft .NET Framework–managed API. As such, this API benefits from all of the features that the .NET Framework provides. Because ...

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