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Sanjay1989



Joined: 19/09/2017 23:48:29
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As we have UCID, which is a unique identifier for Calls. Do we have any unique identifier for Connections ? Address can be used as an identifier for connection with in a single Call object, but at certain scenarios there could be multiple Connections with same address in a Call. Any suggestions ?
MartinFlynn



Joined: 30/11/2009 05:00:18
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A call object contains a list of Connection objects. Each represents a connection in the call.

Martin
Sanjay1989



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Yes. That’s correct. But the connection object is valid within a provider object ( or session). If the provider object is changed ( in case of AES reconnect or passing the connection information across two different applications) then the connection object will be invalid.

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MartinFlynn



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As far as I can see, a connection can be uniquely defined by callID/UCID + address.

Can you give some examples of cases where a Call can contain several Connections, each with the same address? I had thought that calls involving Bridging may exhibit this behaviour but that does not seem to be the case.

Martin
UmeshC



Joined: 18/04/2011 23:19:21
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Connection Id in each call will be different for same address so Connection Id will be always unique.

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Umesh
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