Is there any documentation anywhere describing how Cisco TAPI Wave works other than just the API functions? Is there any example code?
Cisco announces the end-of- Availability for the Cisco TAPI Wave Driver. The last release includes the affected product(s) is Unified Communication Manager Release 8.X. Unified Communication Manager 9.0(1) and later does not include Cisco TAPI Wave Driver.
Develop Partners are encouraged to adopt support for Cisco TAPI Media Driver introduced in Unified Communication Manager 8.0(1) (released March 2010), which provides like or better functionality.
The Cisco Media Driver configuration can be changed by selecting Configure Cisco TAPI Media Driver from the Cisco TSP Program Group. The user can choose to use the Cisco Wave Driver or the new Cisco Media Driver. When the Cisco Media Driver is selected, the Udp Port Range Start and End settings appear. The media driver settings are used by all TSP instances. If the Cisco Wave Driver is desired, select Cisco Wave Driver and refer to Cisco Media Driver Selection.
CISCO MEDIA DRIVER SELECTION:
Cisco introduced a new media driver in Cisco Unified Communications Manager 8.0(1). The TSP client may be configured to install the Cisco Media Driver or the Cisco Wave Driver. Cisco Media and Wave Drivers are used with TSP applications that play or record media. Refer to the Installation Guide provided by your vendor to determine which driver may be required.
To install the Cisco Media Driver, select Cisco Media Driver from the installation screen. Set the desired start and end ports used by Cisco Media Driver. The portsettings are used by all TSPinstances. Each media channel requires 4 ports (1 Channel = 4 ports). Refer to the Installation Guide provided by your application vendor to determine the appropriate port settings. The Media Driver is ready for use after the installation completes and the computer is rebooted.
For Cisco Wave Driver:
Select Cisco Wave Driver from the installation screen. Complete the TSP installation and reboot the PC.
N.B: Cisco Media Driver settings apply to all configured TSPinstances. Cisco Wave Driver settings are instance specific.