How to send fax in Java prog via astrsik & hylafax

haamed

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Hi my friends,

I want to share my experience in sending fax via asterisk & Hylafax,
you can use this tutorial on AsteriskNow, ELastix, Trixbox and ... any java programs

at first you should know GNU-hylafax package,
The GNU-HylaFAX package is a pure Java API designed to implement the client protocol portion of the hfaxd client-server protocol server.
this is a website and you can download this java package from here[/list]

it will help you to make hylafax job from your java codes at the follow there is a sample code to make a job on hylafax,
this is my sendingFax.java class you can use this as exist but at fist don't forget to add gnu-hylafax jar file to your project,
note: you can pass the parameter to this class or define them locally, all of them are String
Code:
package org.ivr.faxing;

import java.io.IOException;
import gnu.hylafax.*;
import gnu.inet.ftp.FtpClientProtocol;

public class faxSending {

	public static String Send (String number, String notifyEmail, String Killtime, String MaximumDials, String MaximumTries, String Retrytime, String documentPath ) throws IOException{
		String result = "sent";
		try {

		Client c = new HylaFAXClient();
        String host = "localhost";
        String user = "IranArgham";
		
        //Open the host.
        c.open(host);
	c.user(user);
        c.mode(FtpClientProtocol.MODE_ZLIB);
        c.type(FtpClientProtocol.TYPE_IMAGE);
        Job job = c.createJob();
        job.setFromUser("ivr");
        job.setNotifyAddress(notifyEmail);
        job.setKilltime(Killtime);
        job.setMaximumDials(Integer.parseInt(MaximumDials));
        job.setMaximumTries(Integer.parseInt(MaximumDials));
        job.setRetrytime(Retrytime);
        //The number to wish to fax
        job.setDialstring(number);
        //Path of pdf file, the root dir is your hylafax dir /var/spool/hyfalax
        job.addDocument(documentPath);
        //System.out.println("BIIIIB");
        c.submit(job);

		} catch (Exception e) {
	        e.printStackTrace();
	        result = "ER";
	}
	return(result);	
	}
}//End class

may be you get good idea to use this code in any java code,
i hope it help you,

GoodLuck
 

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