Has anyone being able to test WebEx with the Cisco sandbox ? https://developer.cisco.com/site/tech/communication-collaboration/webex… You can try out the WebEx Web Conferencing APIs by signing up for a host account on our shared development test site using the form below. After successfully registering, you will need the following information in order to fully use the WebEx Web Conferencing APIs. Site URL: https://apidemoeu.webex.com SiteID: 690319 PartnerID: g0webx! XML Service URL: https://apidemoeu.webex.com/WBXService/XMLService There you can request an ID (Desired WebEx Web Conferencing ID) so it should be possible to configure the WebEx Module within Opigno.I went all the way still i can not make it to work, despite the fact I can connect to the apidemoeu web site with the supplied ID&pwd. goto : Opigno/Admin/Web Ex Configuration WebEx Username * : < id requested as Desired WebEx Web Conferencing ID > WebEx Password * : < your pwd> Site ID (SID) * : 690319 Partner ID (PID) * : g0webx! Subdomain prefix * : apidemoeu Veuillez entrer le préfixe du sous-domaine. Par exemple, pour http://subdomainprefix.webex.com saisissez subdomainprefix
"despite the fact I can
In reply to Hi gbailleul by James Aparicio
And it works now?
In reply to And it works now? by James Aparicio
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In reply to Webex alternative by peterz2
Yes, standard Webex account
Yes, standard Webex account does not support API. You have to contact Webex support to get an account for XML API. You will get in addition to your user ID and password a SID and a PID.
At the moment we use Webex since it's a very powerful videoconference solution with an affordable cost. Moreover, it's always quite heavy to host a videoconference tool with complex server configurations (ports to be opened, etc.), and Webex is hosted and easy to use.
Of course if you have better ideas, feel free to propose them to us, we are always interested in receiving new ideas.
The main problem is that