https//:localhost:8444/ not opening

Max

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Well, we can see the code. But how we should test it? Please provide a HTTPS link to a test page where the exception mentioned here is reproducing.
 

SAGARVG

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Well, we can see the code. But how we should test it? Please provide a HTTPS link to a test page where the exception mentioned here is reproducing.
https i have to check to how to convert but u can test there its self in widget
call sip user name enter 1004 and call
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Max

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https i have to check to how to convert but u can test there its self in widget
WEbRTC will not work without HTTPS, so SIP call may be establihed, but media traffic between browser and server will not flow. Consider to use HTTPS
 

Max

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Please test your code as standalone HTML+JS file, not in dashboard. In this case, you'll see if something wrong with the code in Chrome Dev Tools Source tab. If the code works correctly without the dashboard, it'is definitely dashboard issue, so it should be fixed by dashboard developer.
 

SAGARVG

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Please test your code as standalone HTML+JS file, not in dashboard. In this case, you'll see if something wrong with the code in Chrome Dev Tools Source tab. If the code works correctly without the dashboard, it'is definitely dashboard issue, so it should be fixed by dashboard developer.
form has been updated please check, in the dashboard test...
 

Max

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The problem is in your dashboard/widget editor as we supposed above.
You've defined the button invoking call() function on click:
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But when you're clicking the button in widget editor
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your code does not receive this event because widget editor captures it. Then, editors code tries to invoke call() function, and cannot find it and throws the exception
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Exception references to the first line of widget editors HTML page
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There's no function to invoke here.
So please contact widget editors developers to resolve the issue.
 

SAGARVG

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Good Day...

I will check with latest websdk


we are not getting ringing sound here while i receive call ...what need to be done for that

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Max

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we are not getting ringing sound here while i receive call ...what need to be done for that
You should add HTML5 audio element on the page with a desired audio file, and start to play it when CALL_STATUS.RING is received. then stop playing it when CALL_STATUS.ESTABLISHED is received (or other status different from CALL_STATUS.RING).
 

SAGARVG

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You should add HTML5 audio element on the page with a desired audio file, and start to play it when CALL_STATUS.RING is received. then stop playing it when CALL_STATUS.ESTABLISHED is received (or other status different from CALL_STATUS.RING).
Thank you for your REPLY,

Whether we can install Flash phoner software in Linux Centos 7.9.2009 Virtual Machine? and Software IPPBX is already installed on the same virtual machine...so the functionality will support....
 
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Max

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Whether we can install Flash phoner software in Linux Centos 7.9.2009 Virtual Machine?
WCS should work on all Centos 7 branches, we've also successfully tested it on Centos 8 and Centos Stream
 

Max

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Is there simple way or steps to install the WCS build 5.2.926 on Centos 7 machine with TLS and soft IPPBX configuration.
1. Install JDK 14
2. Download installation archive
Code:
wget https://flashphoner.com/downloads/builds/WCS/5.2/FlashphonerWebCallServer-5.2.926.tar.gz
3. Unpack archive
Code:
tar -xzf FlashphonerWebCallServer-5.2.926.tar.gz
4. Install WCS
Code:
cd FlashphonerWebCallServer-5.2.926
sudo ./install.sh
Then, configure WCS as needed in flashphoner.properties file.
 
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