Re: ARI event on originate

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Sylvain Boily wrote:

Le 2016-01-06 08:33, Joshua Colp a écrit :
Ok so this event

doesn't exist at all ?
If you are subscribed to an endpoint you should (I haven't tested it)
see it as channels are created in relation to the endpoint. It won't
show up for origination though.

Ok i haven't tested, but thank for the idea !

I have a use case where this event would be interesting. I did a video
to show you, but when i received a call in a incoming bridge, it's
possible for the operator to click for getting this call. I want to show
him that his phone ringing. I did it, but i was simulating this event.
I don't understand how the event helps. Does it just make it easier in
your implementation?

Yes, because for me an update and a creation of channel is very
different ;). It's more simple to have this mecanism everywhere and
clearly it can help.

I don't understand what you mean by update and a creation. From the scope of Asterisk when the POST returns with a channel then it is created. I can see how it would be useful if you are basing everything off events to react instead.

I found another problem for me on originate, the cancelation, there is
no event if you cancel the originate with the phone (like hangup the call)

Asterisk originate via ARI ----- A ring (no event)
A cancel before answer (no event too)

Are you specifying a Stasis application when originating? If not then you won't be subscribed to the channel. If you are and you aren't seeing events then that would be a bug.

Joshua Colp
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