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How to install SDK using Ozeki Installer
The following document explains how you can install and use Ozeki SDK by installing it from Ozeki Installer. This SDK is a fantastic tool for every developer, who wants to create and develop phone or camera systems. The product also includes some examples to give you an idea of where to start developing your system. The guide was organized into simple, but still, highly detailed steps with you can complete the installation of SDK from the app store, and run one of the available demos. Installing SDK and running the demo does not require any further knowledge. So, let's get started with the first step!
Personal computer (PC)
8 GB RAM
Quad Core CPU
SSD drive (for better performance) with 100 MB of free disk space
Windows 10 operating system
Web browser: Google Chrome or Microsoft Edge (Chrome based)
Visual Studio 2019
You may download Ozeki Installer from the link below.
Download Ozeki Installer
Step 1 - Select SDK from app store
The first thing that you have to perform, is to open Ozeki Installer. If you have not installed Ozeki Installer on your computer yet, check the following link where you can do that in a few simple steps: http://ozeki.hu/index.php?owpn=1001. In the app store of Ozeki Installer, each product tile represents an Ozeki application that you can install on your computer. Now, as Figure 1 shows it, select SDK by clicking on its product card.
Figure 1 - Select SDK
Step 2 - Install Ozeki SDK
By selecting a product tile, the next page that appears in your web browser is the details page of the application. Figure 2 shows the details page of the SDK product. Here, you can see all the important information about the SDK application. To start the installation of SDK, just click on the blue Install button.
Figure 2 - Install SDK
The installation of the product can be followed easily on the install dialog window shown in Figure 3. This window logs the main events of the installation by writing the install status of each component that needed for the product.
Figure 3 - Installation procedure
Step 3 - Open SDK Launcher
The installation process created some shortcuts on the desktop of your computer. These shortcuts are responsible to reach every functionality of SDK. Right, in this guide, you are going to build and run the Softphone Demo project. To achieve that, first open the VoIP SDK Launcher on your computer, just like in Figure 4.
Figure 4 - Open VoIP SDK Launcher
Step 4 - Select Softphone Demo from the examples
The VoIP SDK Launcher opens up on your computer with a starting window as Figure 5 demonstrates it. Here, you can start the demo straightaway or check the API documentation. Now, select the Examples by clicking on the icon of that option.
Figure 5 - VoIP SDK Launcher
This shortcut opens the Examples folder, that was installed also with the SDK. At this point, you can see two folders, Camera and VoIP. Now, as Figure 6 shows it, just click on the VoIP folder.
Figure 6 - Examples folder
This SDK contains three main categories of VoIP examples. These are Softphone, PBX and IVR. To follow the guide, now please open the folder of Softphone example as you can see it in Figure 7.
Figure 7 - Categories of VoIP examples
This Softphone folder contains many example projects. You can try all of them to have an idea about different approaches and how to start developing your own system. Now, it is enough to run the Softphone Demo. To do that, first, open the folder containing the project file of this demo (Figure 8).
Figure 8 - Softphone examples
Step 5 - Build and run Softphone Demo
The folder of Softphone Demo contains a C# project with all source codes and solution files. To run the project with Visual Studio 2019, you just need to click on the file with the .sln extension just like in Figure 9 and Visual Studio automatically opens the project.
Figure 9 - Open Softphone Demo with Visual Studio 2019
By opening the project in Visual Studio, here you have the opportunity to try different things by modifying the source code of the demo. To build the project and start the Demo, you just have to click on the Start button as you can see it on Figure 10 or just hit F5 on your keyboard.
Figure 10 - Build Softphone Demo
If you have done everything right until this point, the Softphone Demo application is going to start in just a few seconds. Figure 11 demonstrates the main menu of the Softphone Demo.
Figure 11 - Softphone Demo
Step 6 - Activate SDK
To have access to all functionality of Ozeki SDK after the trial period, you actually need to buy a license key and activate the product. Ozeki SDK includes a License Manager application that can handle the activation process. So, first, open this application by clicking on its icon on the desktop as Figure 12 shows it.
Figure 12 - Open Ozeki SDK License Manager
In the License Manager, all you have to do is to type your serial number in its dedicated field as Figure 13 demonstrates it. Lastly, just click on Activate and after a few seconds of processing, your SDK is now activated.
Figure 13 - Activate with your serial number