[Freeswitch-dev] Conference commands through Java API

david varnes david.varnes at gmail.com
Wed Nov 17 03:07:46 PST 2010

Hi Mircea,

Which java 'api' are you using ?  [1]

I have never used the conference commands, but I just did a
quick test using the Java ESL Client [2] and sent the
'conference list' command, and got back a response
object with the 'No active conferences' content you
describe below, ie it seemed to work just fine.

Hope this helps?


[1] http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Java_ESL
[2] http://wiki.freeswitch.org/wiki/Java_ESL_Client

On 10 November 2010 05:16, Mircea Carasel <mirceac at ezuce.com> wrote:
> Hi,
> I am sending some conference commands, like : conference list; conference
> <name_conf> lock through java client
> I am using inbound socket for this and I am listening to response events.
> The client is listening until it founds something like
> in the response:
> "OK"
> "Non-Existant"
> "Conference" "not found\n"
> "-ERR"
> The thing is that when the call is successful, I never get "OK" in the
> response, and due to this, the java client gets "hanged"
> Here are some successful responses that I get using freeswitch CLI:
> freeswitch at internal> conference list
> No active conferences.
> so there is no "OK" message there
> or, when I have one active conference:
> conference list
> Conference mirceaConf (0 members rate: 8000)
> the same, no "OK" message
> I don't know if there is a problem in the java client (we should never
> assume that we get "OK" in the response) or, maybe there is a problem in
> freeswitch
> Please advice,
> Thanks,
> Mircea

david varnes

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