SIP Application Development Module Suite for NetBeans 6.0
By vbkraemer on Dec 17, 2007
I have been waiting for some issues to get resolved recently. A couple of them got cleared up in the last week which allowed me to get some updates to folks that are doing SIP application development.
I was able to make a couple minor changes to the development module.
- Updated the Servlet template to use Freemarker
- Converted the servlet to conform to the JSR 289 Public Review.
Of course you know that JSR 289 just published their Public Review... right?
- Integrated the plumbing for context sensitive help.
Now, if somebody would start to develop the content for that help.... please?
- Upgraded the generated sip.xml to conform to sip-app-1_1.xsd instead of sip-app_1_0.dtd.
You may have noticed that I said 'Suite' in the title. I am not trying to put on airs. Yvo Bogers contributed a new "module" that you can see in the list of available modules on the SailFin project's document list.
The new module is a collection of four NBM's that implement a SIP protocol level test agent. There is a document that describes the test agent functionality. You can use this this module to fire SIP requests and generate responses.
This test agent makes it possible to deploy and test the ClickToDial sample from inside NetBeans on a single computer and see the protocol level messages as they go through the SIP Servlets. Stay tuned for an updated version of the ClickToDial write up, with screen shots and the like, that shows you how to do this.
I have done all my recent testing in NetBeans 6.0.