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Make call with CTelephony

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CCallDialer example illustrates how to dial a new call using CTelephony. Note that this example is intended to be used only with S60 3rd Edition devices, and does not work with pre-3rd Edition devices.

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CompatibilityPlatform Security
Signing Required: Self-Signed
Capabilities: NetworkServices
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Created: symbianyucca (27 Mar 2007)
Last edited: hamishwillee (12 Jan 2012)

To use this example first implement the callback interface function in the implementing class and then construct an instance of the CCallDialer. The call dialing starts automatically after the construction. In case the process is successful and the callee answers the call, RunL() will be called with KErrNone; otherwise the aError argument variable will indicate the error.

Headers required:

#include <Etel3rdParty.h>

Library required:

LIBRARY etel3rdparty.lib

Capabilities required:

CAPABILITY NetworkServices


To instantiate the CCallDialer, from the observing class, use something like this:

iCallDialer = CCallDialer::NewL(*this, phoneNumber1);

Then, in the notifier method of the instantiating class, you may remove the dialer and optionally check status:

void CBoopCtlContainer::CallDialedL(TInt aError)
{
delete iCallDialer, iCallDialer = NULL;
}

You may subsequently dial another number by going try the same sequence:

iCallDialer = CCallDialer::NewL(*this, phoneNumber2);

MakeCall.cpp

#include "MakeCall.h"
 
CCallDialer* CCallDialer::NewL(MDialObserver& aCallBack, const TDesC& aNumber)
{
CCallDialer* self = CCallDialer::NewLC(aCallBack, aNumber);
CleanupStack::Pop(self);
return self;
}
 
CCallDialer* CCallDialer::NewLC(MDialObserver& aCallBack, const TDesC& aNumber)
{
CCallDialer* self = new (ELeave) CCallDialer(aCallBack);
CleanupStack::PushL(self);
self->ConstructL(aNumber);
return self;
}
 
 
CCallDialer::~CCallDialer()
{
Cancel();
delete iTelephony;
}
 
void CCallDialer::ConstructL(const TDesC& aNumber)
{
iTelephony = CTelephony::NewL();
CTelephony::TTelNumber telNumber(aNumber);
 
iCallParams.iIdRestrict = CTelephony::ESendMyId;
 
iTelephony->DialNewCall(iStatus, iCallParamsPckg, telNumber, iCallId);
SetActive();
}
 
CCallDialer::CCallDialer(MDialObserver& aObserver)
: CActive(EPriorityNormal),iObserver(aObserver), iCallParamsPckg(iCallParams)
{
CActiveScheduler::Add(this);
}
 
void CCallDialer::RunL()
{
iObserver.CallDialedL(iStatus.Int());
}
 
void CCallDialer::DoCancel()
{
iTelephony->CancelAsync(CTelephony::EDialNewCallCancel);
}

MakeCall.h

#include <Etel3rdParty.h>
// link to etel3rdparty.lib
 
class MDialObserver
{
public:
virtual void CallDialedL(TInt aError) = 0;
};
 
class CCallDialer : public CActive
{
public:
static CCallDialer* NewL(MDialObserver& aCallBack, const TDesC& aNumber);
static CCallDialer* NewLC(MDialObserver& aCallBack, const TDesC& aNumber);
~CCallDialer();
 
protected:
CCallDialer(MDialObserver& aObserver);
void ConstructL(const TDesC& aNumber);
 
private:
void RunL();
void DoCancel();
 
private:
MDialObserver& iObserver;
CTelephony* iTelephony;
CTelephony::TCallId iCallId;
CTelephony::TCallParamsV1 iCallParams;
CTelephony::TCallParamsV1Pckg iCallParamsPckg;
};
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