Applications Sales Implementation Guide
11g Release 1 (184.108.40.206.0)
Part Number E20373-01
This chapter contains the following:
Click to Dial: Top Tasks
Click to Dial is a feature of the customer contact process. Phone communication to customers and employees is initiated with a click of the mouse, leveraging your customer contact information and the application context. The Click to Dial feature uses Oracle WebLogic Communication Services, OWLCS, to enable communications. Applications that provide the Click to Dial functionality do so primarily through contextual actions in the application.
Click to Dial integrates with your telephony environment and must be manually enabled in your deployment. This topic highlights what is required to set up the Click to Dial feature.
Terms used in setting up these communications
PSTN: Public switched telephone network is the network of the world's public circuit-switched telephone networks.
SIP: Session initiation protocol, an open signaling protocol standard that is used to set up phone calls
TPCC: Third Party Call Control enables an application to control the telephone network to set up calls automatically.
OWLCS: Oracle WebLogic Communication Services. Offers the TPCC service to Fusion applications and sets up the calls via SIP integration with the telephony network.
There are five tasks required for the correct configuration and implementation of this feature.