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preethi Ayyappan
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Hi all,
I need to develop java code to record conversation between two calls.For example if i receive a call from anybody to my X-lite softphone,i need to record it through java.Is there any possibilities?please anyone refer me some url with sample codes.

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Martijn Verburg
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Have you looked at the Java Audio APIs?


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preethi Ayyappan
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Thanks for your reply.I will have a look at sound api.
Akhilesh Trivedi
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I have heard of JTAPI, but never tried it.


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preethi Ayyappan
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Thanks Akhilesh.I will try that too.
Martin,
I had a look at the java sound api and tried that demo too.but i can able to record if i press the start button and talk.but could i do that during a conversation in phone?

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I'm really not sure! From a network point of view the sound data should be coming through a Socket (or Sockets) and in theory you could attach a listener thread to that socket and hopefully use an audio API to take the byte stream and convert it into the audio (and then save off somewhere). I'm afraid I can't help you any more than that, definitely out of my field of expertise!
 
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