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Asterisk-Java 0.3 released

ANNOUNCEMENT: Asterisk-Java 0.3 released

Asterisk-Java 0.3, a Java library for Asterisk PBX integration,
has been released.

The Asterisk-Java package consists of a set of Java classes that allow
you to easily build Java applications that interact with an Asterisk
PBX Server. Asterisk-Java supports both interfaces that Asterisk
provides for this scenario: The FastAGI protocol and the Manager API.

Asterisk-Java 0.3 is the new stable release with full support for
Asterisk 1.4 and the new Live API (org.asteriskjava.live).
The Live API takes care of the lowlevel action and event handling
of the Manager API and offers an intuitive API for Java developers.
Asterisk-Java takes advantage of the features of Java 5.0 and therfore
requires a Java Virtual Machine of at least version 1.5.0.... read more

Posted by Stefan Reuter 2007-07-01

Asterisk-Java 0.3-m1 released

ANNOUNCEMENT: Asterisk-Java 0.3-m1 released

Asterisk-Java 0.3-m1, a Java library for Asterisk PBX integration,
has been released.

The Asterisk-Java package consists of a set of Java classes that allow
you to easily build Java applications that interact with an Asterisk
PBX Server. Asterisk-Java supports both interfaces that Asterisk
provides for this scenario: The FastAGI protocol and the Manager API.... read more

Posted by Stefan Reuter 2006-08-26

Asterisk-Java 0.2 released

Asterisk-Java 0.2, a Java control for the Asterisk PBX, has been
released.

The Asterisk-Java package consists of a set of Java classes that allow
you to easily build Java applications that interact with an Asterisk
PBX Server. Asterisk-Java supports both interfaces that Asterisk
provides for this scenario: The FastAGI protocol and the Manager API.

The 0.2 release focuses on the new features of the Asterisk 1.2 series
though it still supports Asterisk 1.0.x.
Since 0.2-rc2 some minor bugs have been fixed and support for several
last minute additions to Asterisk 1.2 has been added.... read more

Posted by Stefan Reuter 2005-11-27

Asterisk-Java 0.2-rc2 released

Asterisk-Java 0.2-rc2, a Java control for the Asterisk PBX, has been
released.

The Asterisk-Java package consists of a set of Java classes that allow
you to easily build Java applications that interact with an Asterisk
PBX Server. Asterisk-Java supports both interfaces that Asterisk
provides for this scenario: The FastAGI protocol and the Manager API.

The 0.2-rc2 release candidate focuses on the new features of
the Asterisk 1.2 series though it still supports Asterisk 1.0.x.
The changes include
* Bug fix for variables in OriginateAction (AJ-15)
* Support for FaxReceived event from spandsp (AJ-20)
* Better integration with Spring Framework via
SimpleMappingStrategy and AGIServerThread... read more

Posted by Stefan Reuter 2005-11-01

Asterisk-Java 0.2-rc1 released

Asterisk-Java 0.2-rc1, a Java control for the Asterisk PBX, has been released.

The Asterisk-Java package consists of a set of Java classes that allow
you to easily build Java applications that interact with an Asterisk
PBX Server. Asterisk-Java supports both interfaces that Asterisk provides
for this scenario: The FastAGI protocol and the Manager API.

The 0.2-rc1 release candidate focuses on the new features of
Asterisk 1.2-beta1 though it still supports Asterisk 1.0.x.
The changes include
* Support for the new Actions, Events and Commands of Asterisk 1.2
* New support for event generating Actions, i.e. Actions
that send their result as a series of Event rather than
the usual ManagerResults. See the sendEventGeneratingAction()
methods in ManagerConnection for more information.
* New base class for AGI scripts that allows you write cleaner
AGI scripts as you don't have to pass the channel variable
to all methods.
* New convenience constructors for manager actions
* Some minor bug fixes

Posted by Stefan Reuter 2005-08-31

Asterisk-java 0.1 released

Asterisk-java 0.1 a Java control for the Asterisk PBX has been released.

The Asterisk-java package consists of a set of Java classes that allow
you to easily build Java applications that interact with an Asterisk
PBX Server. Asterisk-java supports both interfaces that Asterisk
provides for this scenario: The FastAGI protocol and the Manager API.

The FastAGI implementation supports all commands currently available
from Asterisk.... read more

Posted by Stefan Reuter 2005-05-02