The past month I have been writing midlets for the 7926G Cisco IP phone. The interesting aspect of this phone for the hospital is that it has a barcode scanner built into the end of the phone. All of our nurses carry IP phones with them today and we are planning to replace all of them in the next six months, so a phone that doubles as a barcode scanner eliminates carrying an extra device. The whole process of getting a phone and a test CUCM took three weeks, but our Cisco account team came through whenever we needed.
In this post I would like to walk you through the set up of my development environment. First a list of links that will help get you started. Some will be referenced through out this post, others are just for education.
If you are using Mac OSX then the installation guide above is not correct for the current NetBeans download. This is the appropriate directory.
superfly:Java_ME_platform_SDK_3.0 jud$ pwd /Applications/NetBeans/NetBeans 7.1.1.app/Contents/Resources/NetBeans/mobility/Java_ME_platform_SDK_3.0
Below you can see that I put the Cisco 7926 skin right in that directory and unzipped. Everything will be put in the correct place if you do it from there.
superfly:Java_ME_platform_SDK_3.0 jud$ ls -1 Cisco7926Skin.zip CiscoWirelessPhone.jar DeviceSpecifics ImageDemo KeyCodeAPI MockScannerAPI ScannerSample Updater.app apps bin device-manager.app docs legal lib on-device runtimes toolkit-lib
Below I am testing the skin installation, notice how everything falls into place nicely.
superfly:Java_ME_platform_SDK_3.0 jud$ unzip -t Cisco7926Skin.zip Archive: Cisco7926Skin.zip testing: toolkit-lib/devices/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/Cisco7926.properties OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/device.properties OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/modules OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/networkIndicatorOn.png OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/skin-7926-highlighted.png OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/skin-7926-normal.png OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/conf/skin-7926-pressed.png OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/default-state.xml OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/NetworkIndicator.bean OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/Screen.bean OK testing: toolkit-lib/devices/Cisco7926/ScreenGraphics.bean OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/conf/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/conf/Cisco7926.properties OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/device-adapter/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/device-adapter/Cisco7926.bean OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/device-adapter/Cisco7926.deviceProperties.bean OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/device-adapter/Cisco7926/ OK testing: toolkit-lib/process/device-manager/device-adapter/Cisco7926/1.bean OK No errors detected in compressed data of Cisco7926Skin.zip.
When you get everything installed correctly the option for a Cisco7926 is in the configuration menu.