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Openscape PE on OS4K V10

Openscape PE on OS4K V10

Openscape PE on OS4K V10

I have installed the latest Version on Openscape PE and it is connected to a OS4k V10 latest version of software when i make a call everything works but when i try to dissconect the call by Clicking the RED disconnect key it comes back with "nothing stored" and i need to use the speaker Key to hang the call up

What is the best Key layout for this (Tapro)as i think it has something to do with this


RE: Openscape PE on OS4K V10

You can choose the phone type under the Hipath Provider settings, so if you chose say Optipoint 410, then any key standard set for OPTIT12 should do.

RE: Openscape PE on OS4K V10

Thanks That worked a treat!!

But i have a new issue with The application

When i logon i get the following warning

Hipath Provider

The logon of the TAPI Component Could not be executed
Please check the availabilitu of the TAPI interface in the communication system for the used call number

My extn has the correct settings DVCFIG=Optiip&API, APICLASS=TSX

Any Info would be great


RE: Openscape PE on OS4K V10

TAPI error will be resolved by installing the patch TSP64 available in the same downloaded folder.
then do a system restart

RE: Openscape PE on OS4K V10

The issue has been resolved by setting the APIMAX in Zand

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