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I have problem with handling incoming call dialog properly. When I press "Start Call" in TAPI Emulation "Privacy Alert" dialog i s displayed. Unfortunatelly my application is not notified that such dialog was displayed and it still writes on the screen. When the dialog is dismissed, my application is not redrawn properly. How am I supposed to know when the dialog is displayed, while I don't get any notification?

I think you need to have a closer look at the EVT_APP_SUSPEND. The event which is fired for an incoming call is EVT_APP_SUSPEND. Also check in APP suspend, you disable or release, IMENUCTL,ITEXTCTL and ISTATIC etc interfaces.
Thanks
Arun Bangari

I think you need to have a closer look at the EVT_APP_SUSPEND. The event which is fired for an incoming call is EVT_APP_SUSPEND. Also check in APP suspend, you disable or release, IMENUCTL,ITEXTCTL and ISTATIC etc interfaces.
Thanks
Arun Bangari

Right, but EVT_APP_SUSPEND event is actually sent to the application when user decides to answer the call, not when the dialog itself is displayed.

Right, but EVT_APP_SUSPEND event is actually sent to the application when user decides to answer the call, not when the dialog itself is displayed.

Just ran into the same problem. However, I found another thread (search under tapi, the thread is called "notification of incoming calls" or something similar).
According to that thread, this is a bug in the emulator, and on the actual device the notification occurs at the proper time. Since I have a nonprovisioned phone, and have discovered no way to simulate this event on a 720, I'm taking their word for it, and praying that this is the case.
Hope this helps, or at least allows you to pretend the problem doesn't exist. ;)

Just ran into the same problem. However, I found another thread (search under tapi, the thread is called "notification of incoming calls" or something similar).
According to that thread, this is a bug in the emulator, and on the actual device the notification occurs at the proper time. Since I have a nonprovisioned phone, and have discovered no way to simulate this event on a 720, I'm taking their word for it, and praying that this is the case.
Hope this helps, or at least allows you to pretend the problem doesn't exist. ;)

Yes, it appears to be true. I have been to BREW Lab a few days ago and everything works fine.

Yes, it appears to be true. I have been to BREW Lab a few days ago and everything works fine.