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An endpoint object raises the OnEnable or OnDisable event when the underlying Office Communications Server computer finishes processing the Enable or Disable request. To catch these events, a client must implement the following event handlers:
The client must register the event handlers with the corresponding endpoint object when the object is first created. An application can use the function listed in Event Model of Unified Communications Client API to register the event handlers as follows, where
this stands for the calling object in which the
_endpoint object is created.
Therefore, the calling object must inherit the _IUccEndpointEvents interface and implement its methods.
An application should also implement the following event interfaces if it is interested in handling invitations to join a session, managing category publication, or getting notified of the discovery of a SIP server:
Advise for and Handle Events in a Unified Communications Client API Client
Endpoint as Server Logon Profile
Endpoint Registration with Office Communications Server
Endpoint as Publication Manager
Endpoint as Subscription Manager
Endpoint as Session Manager
Endpoint as Media Connectivity Manager
Programming Pattern with Endpoint Objects