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Stored procedures
The Address property is used to:
  • Connect the Conference control (and the associated stream) to a correspondent. This property is equivalent to StreamConnect.
  • Find out the address corresponding to the last request for outgoing connection.
From version 20, Conference controls are supported in Windows Vista and later. If you want to use the Conference control with an earlier Windows version:
  1. Open the control description window.
  2. In the "UI" tab, select "Use the TAPI 3.x APIs / Windows XP (for compatibility)".
  3. Validate.
Example
// Connect the stream to a correspondent
CONF_Conference1.Address = "123.101.7.56"
IF CONF_Conference1 <> 0 THEN Info("Communication established")
Syntax

Finding out the address corresponding to the last connection Hide the details

<Result> = <Conference control>.Address
<Result>: Character string
Address of the last request for outgoing connection. This address can be:
  • An IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format (125.5.110.100 for example).
  • An IP address containing the name of the server (pop3.freesbee.com for example).
<Conference control>: Control name
Name of the Conference control associated with the stream.

Connect the stream to a correspondent Hide the details

<Conference control>.Address = <Correspondent address>
<Conference control>: Control name
Name of the Conference control associated with the stream.
<Correspondent address>: Character string
New address of the correspondent. This address can be:
  • An IP address in XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX format (125.5.110.100 for example).
  • An IP address containing the name of the server (pop3.freesbee.com for example). This syntax is recommended.
Remarks
To find out whether the connection was successful, you can:
  • check the value of the ErrorOccurred variable.
  • check the value of the Conference control (Value property). If <Conference control>.Value = 0, then the connection failed.
Minimum version required
  • Version 9
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