On Tuesday 05 February 2013 06:57 PM, Strickland, Tom wrote:
type="cite">Typo: @AnyResponse - the end is 299, but I think that
you mean it to be 999.
Yes. It should have been 999.
Question: Perhaps I've missed it, but does this define what
happens when an attempt is made to deploy a SipServlet POJO that
does not cover all possible methods and response codes?
If a POJO does not handle a method or response, the behavior
should just be the same as what happens when a usual SIP Servlet
does not handle such a message, right?
For example initial requests that are not handled by the application
are responded with 501. For others, the default behavior of proxy/UA
could come to effect.
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From: Binod <
Date: 5 February 2013 11:24
Subject: SIP Servlet POJOs.
Please find my working draft on SIP Servlet POJO design
Comments welcome. We can discuss this in tomorrow's meeting.
Tom Strickland, Software
Developer, Thrupoint Software. Tel: +44 (0) 2920 005110
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