CTI Desktop Manager (Hosted Control)
Use the CTI Desktop Manager hosted control type to plug in a computer telephony integration (CTI) adapter into Unified Service Desk to handle screen popping, call routing, softphone control, and other CTI functionalities.
Create a CTI Desktop Manager hosted control
For information about creating a CTI Desktop Manager and configuring the corresponding hosted control, see Create a CTI Desktop Manager.
Predefined UII actions
These are the predefined actions for this hosted control type.
This action is used to close the hosted control. Unlike the CloseActive action, if this tab (hosted control) is displaying more than one page, it will close all the pages displayed in the tab in your agent application.
This action closes the hosted control, but prompts the user to save or abandon the changes before closing.
This action disables the specified toolbar button on the toolbar in your agent application.
|Name of the toolbar button to disable.|
This action enables the specified toolbar button on the toolbar in your agent application.
|Name of the toolbar button to enable.|
Navigate to the quick find list view of the specified entity.
|The data parameter should specify the entity logical name of the quick find list view to display. There are some special case values:
- Use case or incident to display the quick find list view for cases.
- Use advfind to display the advanced find view.
- Use activities or activity to display the quick find list view for activities.
Fires a user-defined event from this hosted control.
|name||Name of the user-defined event.|
All subsequent name=value pairs become the parameters to the event. For more information about creating a user-defined event, see Create a user-defined event.
This action is equivalent to clicking the back button on the browser instance.
This action is equivalent to clicking the forward button on the browser instance.
This action goes to the initial URL specified for this browser instance.
This action loads a specific area from the model-driven apps. This is equivalent to selecting an area in the navigation pane (such as Sales, Service, and Marketing). The only parameter is the name of the area to click. For example: areaService.
|frame||The name of the frame to affect. If no name is specified, it will automatically target the first frame found on the page.|
This action is used to move hosted controls between panels at runtime.
|app||Name of the hosted control to be moved.|
|panel||Target panel for the hosted control.|
This action is used to navigate to the model-driven apps url.
|url||The URL to navigate to. This is a mandatory parameter.|
|Noscan||If this parameter is supplied and True, the data parameters will not be captured from the page.|
|HideCommandBar||If this parameter is supplied and True, the inner frame will be displayed without loading the model-driven apps command bar.|
|HideNavigationBar||If this parameter is supplied and True, the form will be displayed without loading the model-driven apps navigation bar.|
|Frame||When frames exist on the page, this parameter would specify the name of the frame to navigate, rather than navigating the main window.|
|postdata||Data that is sent to the server as part of an HTTPPOST transaction. A POST transaction is typically used to send data gathered by an HTML page. In Unified Service Desk, this data can be received from any event triggered using "https://event/?". Example:
Alternatively, the data can be passed as an encoded string with its header type in the intended format.
|header||A string value that contains additional HTTP headers to send to the server. When the
If a Unified Service DeskPOST event triggers the
Creates a page for creating a new the model-driven apps record of the entity specified, and treats the page as a popup from the specified hosted control. The window navigation rules are evaluated to determine the location where the page to create the entity record is displayed.
|LogicalName||The logical name of the entity for creating a new instance.|
The rest of the parameters should consist of name=value pairs. These are the additional pre-populated values in the form for creating a new record for the specified entity. For more information about using this action, see step 4 in Walkthrough 7: Configure agent scripting in your agent application.
Opens an existing instance of the entity specified and identified by the ID, and treats the page as a popup from the specified hosted control. The window navigation rules are evaluated to determine the location where the popup should be displayed.
|LogicalName||The logical name of the entity to open.|
|id||The ID of the entity record to open.|
Pops up a URL from the hosted control and runs the window navigation rules against it for routing the popup to the appropriate location.
|url||Routes a popup from this hosted control using this URL as if it were a popup requested from the displayed control.|
|frame||The frame from which this popup originated.|
Displays the hosted control at the specified location on a monitor. You can display hosted control on up to two monitors. This action is applicable for hosted control instances that are configured to be placed on a USDFloatingPanel or USDFloatingToolPanel panel type.
|screen||Specifies the screen on which to display the hosted control. Valid values are 1 or 2. If you don’t specify this parameter, 1 is passed by default.|
|left||Specifies the position, in percentage, from the left of the screen on the target monitor where the hosted control should be displayed. Valid values are 0 through 100. If you don’t specify this parameter, 0 is passed by default.|
|top||Specifies the position, in percentage, from the top of the screen on the target monitor where the hosted control should be displayed. Valid values are 0 through 100. If you don’t specify this parameter, 0 is passed by default.|
|width||Specifies the width, in percentage, of the hosted control window on the target monitor. Valid values are 1 through 100. If you don’t specify this parameter, 100 is passed by default.|
|height||Specifies the height, in percentage, of the hosted control window on the target monitor. Valid values are 1 through 100. If you don’t specify this parameter, 100 is passed by default.|
This action takes the currently displayed URL, and sends it through the window navigation rules from the current hosted control as a popup.
This action saves the current page.
This action saves all forms in hosted control that allows multiple pages to be displayed (Allow Multiple Pages = Yes). If the hosted control allows only a single page to be displayed (Allow Multiple Pages = No), this is equivalent to the Save action.
This action saves the dirty data on the model-driven apps form, and closes the hosted control.
This action explicitly sets the width and height of the hosted control. This is particularly useful when using "auto" in your panel layouts.
|width||The width of the hosted control.|
|height||The height of the hosted control.|
This action collapses or expands the navigation pane on the left panel of the model-driven apps window. The navigation must contain a navigation panel for this action to work.
This action collapses or expands the ribbon. If you hide the ribbon in the Navigate action, it will not be displayed and this action does not work. This action will work only when the ribbon was initially loaded.
This action can be used to block the processing until the URL finishes loading.
Some web pages, particularly the model-driven apps pages, have multiple frames. This action waits for only the main frame to complete.
|Milliseconds||Optional parameter to indicate how long, in milliseconds, to wait to timeout.|
These are the predefined events for this hosted control type.
Occurs when the page has finished loading.
|url||The URL of the page that has finished loading.|
Occurs any time when a frame has completed loading. This event can occur multiple times per page load when an iFrame or frame is used on the page. This event corresponds to the individual
BrowserDocumentComplete events in code.
|frame||The name of the frame that finished loading.|
|url||The URL of the frame that finished loading.|
Occurs after a popup has been routed by the system.
|url||The URL of the popup that was routed.|