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Making a new call with CSTA after a hold

Making a new call with CSTA after a hold

Making a new call with CSTA after a hold

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I have three extensions (103, 110, and 111) managed by a Panasonic NCP PBX. I can manually do this sequence, and it works:
  1. Dial 110 from extension 103.
  2. Answer at 110.
  3. Place the call on hold at 103.
  4. Dial 111 from extension 103.
  5. Answer at 111.
But if I try to do what I think is the equivalent sequence with CSTA messages, it doesn't work:
  1. Send a Make Call message to have 103 call 110.
  2. Send an Answer Call message to answer the call.
  3. Send a Hold Call message to place the call on hold.
  4. Send a Make Call message to have 103 call 111. This results in the PBX returning an invalidObjectState error.
Anybody with some CSTA savvy know what I might be doing wrong?

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