Welcome to the XMS forum. We look forward to your questions and interacting with the developer community surrounding PowerMedia XMS. This forum are for for developers who are working on building solutions using WebRTC, RESTful, MSML, VXML, JSR309, and NetAnn based applications.. We’ll also post product updates and other interesting news here as well.
I have already filled that form at least three times in the last few months and I am still waiting an e-mail.
I haven't received anything, not even a greeting telling my that my trial license will be coming soon.
On the other hand, there is no documentation available. Would it be possible to have access to the docs? I am specially interested in that RESTfull interface.
My apologies. Your request was received some time ago. A
trial license has just been sent along with instructions for the download.
The docs are available on the download website.
I have installed XMS on a server and have started testing the XMS RESTfull API which is the main reason I'm interested in XMS.
My first tests were done with the Verification license that comes with the basic XMS install. The XMS Verification Demo runs fine.
Now I have uploaded the trial license you sent and I am having trouble with it. I apply the new license and restart the services. After a while XMS reports everything is running but later on it indicates that the xmserver service has FAILED.
I have tried going back to the MSML mode and everything seems OK (no failed service). But since I want to thest the REST API, I need Native mode running.
Do I need a special license to run Native mode?
The MAC address I sent for the license corresponds to the secon eth interface (eth1) so I unplugged eth0 and configured my working IP address on eth1 to comply with the license. Could there be a quirck in the licensing software that throws an error if I'm not using eth0?
Again, the "verification license" works OK and the "trial license" does not. Therefore I think it is a licensing problem.
And another thing. Could you reccommend a testing tool to use with the RESTfull API? I have tried several test tools (including soapUI) and they all seem to choke when the http GET to retrieve events doesn't close the socket. My next step would be to start coding, but I would prefer a tool to try a few use cases by hand before commiting to code.
In order to determine the cause of the licensing failure, I'll need to get some log files from your system.
Since it's more difficult to do this over the forums, I'm going to open a case and reach out to you directly from our ticketing database.
Please add Americas.firstname.lastname@example.org to your address book so that the email is not trapped in a spam folder. If you don't hear from me shortly, please post up here.
On the subject of RESTful testing - we have a java-based test tool called XMSTool that can be used for generating XMS RESTful messages, replying to them, and catching asynchronous events from the XMS event handler. You can examine incoming messages and modify outgoing. It can also run simple macros to help automate your testing.
It isn't released yet, but we are getting close. If you don't mind a beta version, I could get you going with it.
Because of the asynchronous nature of our event handler, standard RESTful clients are not likely to work very well.
That would be great!
That sounds like the kind of tool I'm looking for.
Please send me a copy, even if it's in beta stage.
I will send you the manual in a few minutes, and the tool itself by the end of the day.
Any feedback on either will be welcome.
I downloaded XMS software and 10 port license from dialogic. Could you please tell me, where I can find documentation related to configurations and development?
The download page is here: https://www.dialogic.com/Products/downloads
The user name/password should be in your reply email with the license. I'll also send it to your gmail account directly.
I got your links, thanks.
Thank you for the reply, I have decided to wait for the conference record feature as i feel that it is the proper and clean solution. We are planning to build cloud based product using XMS server, and having the recording feature is important. Do you have any idea, when we can use this feature. Also, is there a way to integrate XMS server with TTS engine and Speech recognition server through MRCP or directly.
The conference record feature will be part of our XMS 2.0 release scheduled for Q4 2012.
This release will also contain the ability to integrate the XMS server with ASR and TTS engines via MRCP.
Hi I am Jose Adonis Tolentino from Trends and Technologies Inc. from the Philippines. Currently we have installed 2 Igate4000 and a XMS. The Client have a project that their NMS Clarity OSS wants to integrate to the XMS of IGate 4000 where the performance, provisioning and testing of their NMS. This means that all the Monitoring, Configuration and Testing will be handled by their NMS. Is this doable?
The Powermedia XMS (a media server) which this forum discusses is a different product from the XMS you are talking about, which is a management system for iGate products.
Please contact you Dialogic support channel for information on the iGate XMS, thanks.