- December 1, 2007 at 10:30 am #2040
Is someone can give me a basic overview on this issue?…
I’m actually getting basic informations to start my project.
I just bought a piece of hardware and the company of course provide
the driver to connect the hardaware the USB port.
As per them, I will need windows visual c++ to do whatever I need
to modified their software. They told me that they have a SDK .
Now I’m wondering where to start from !
I guess I will need to get windows visual C++,
but do I need visual studio ??? (what version do you suggest).
Is visual C++ 2005 good enought (is it free?)
Once they provide me the SDK, how can I modified their application ?
The project is related to my PC communicating via a standard phone company, Is any good documentation for helping me out regarding on how to make my script to dial a phone number, or wait for a phone call and so on…
- December 1, 2007 at 8:20 pm #3282msaqibParticipant
Wel you can get visual studio 2005 from microsoft website. You can download or order a free visual studio 2005 from the website which will include visual C++ 2005. Here is the link for both of them.
To communicate with phone using your PC you can use Microsoft Telephonic API (TAPI).
this will help you out.
- December 1, 2007 at 9:29 pm #3283
tks a lot msaqib,
I will read this stuff.
Will try to get this together.
- December 1, 2007 at 9:31 pm #3284msaqibParticipant
mention not charlie :)
That trial version of visual studio if for 90 days so you haev lot of time to play around the studio and do your stuff
- December 8, 2007 at 10:45 am #3285
I did find windows visual c++ version 6. This should be ok I guess.
I would like to know one think, the hardware developper just told me that to have their SDK or any development request can cost up to 5 K , but I don’t want my project for business, this is for test related and of course I won’t spend any money on this. Their hardware (using usb port) is working with windows XP sp2, and his application (that I cannot modify) can apparently deal with a standard phone line and as per this hardware company specified that windows have all the drivers to deal with the hardware. As a newbies into programming, can you or someone give me How can I make an application to test this hardware to let say answer a simple phone call. As per your help, I want to msdn, and I found the following;
Do you think, I will need windows SDK ?
Please can you give me a general idea on what you will do to make my script to test this piece of hardware ?
- December 9, 2007 at 8:27 am #3286
- January 5, 2012 at 3:12 pm #3287ScotHutchinsonParticipant
i like your sharing so much.its really good piece of information for us.good work
keep it up.thanks
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