Unlike a code generator, TeleScope does not generate executable code.
However, it is not limited to dealing with only certain functions.
By reading the log file, the programmer learns how to write code. For
example, if you hear a busy signal and hang up the phone the log file
Line = Busy; Hangup = True
You immediately know how to write corresponding code in the TeleTools
environment such as:
If Line = Busy Then Hangup = True;
From the screen shot of an actual TeleScope log on the right, you
can see a device selected, then activated, a call dialed, call
progress and caller ID information events fire and the call
disconnected. All of these represent actual TeleTools methods,
events and properties being reported on a TAPI PBX line using only
TeleScope to do all the testing.
TeleScope runs with or without the TeleTools visual components. With
the TeleTools visual components you can save time by simultaneously
writing, testing and debugging your application. Without TeleTools,
you can use TeleScope monitor any TAPI-compliant telephony device or
Every TAPI Telephony programmer should have TeleScope in their toolbox.