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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