C++ Builder Technical Information

Product Information
Supported Versions
Sample Programs
Project Setup

Supported Version

ExceleTel TeleTools v3.7 supports C++ Builder 4,C++ Builder 5,C++ Builder 6 with a native Visual Component Library (VCL).  (Please contact us directly about VCLs for later versions.)

ExceleTel TeleTools v3.6 supports C++ Builder 4,C++ Builder 5,C++ Builder 6 with a native Visual Component Library (VCL).

The ExceleTel TeleTools ActiveX may be used with all versions of the IDEs that support ActiveX controls.  This includes C++ Builder 1, C++ Builder 3, C++ Builder 4, C++ Builder 5, C++ Builder 6, Turbo C++ 2006, C++ Builder 2007, and C++ Builder 2009.

Please note that the C++ Builder product line has been branded under the following company names:  Borland, Inprise, CodeGear, and Embarcadero Technologies.

Sample Programs

Click here for a complete list available sample programs provided by ExceleTel.

Here is a list of sample programs available for C++ Builder 4, C++ Builder 5 and C++ Builder 6:

 

Project Setup

Prior to creating a new application you will need to install the ExceleTel TeleTools VCL.

  1. Start C++ Builder.

  2. From the C++ Builder main menu, select Component | Install Packages.

  3. From the Project Options dialog box, click the Add button.

  4. Select the file Program Files\ExceleTel\TeleTools\3.7\Bin\<CBuilder?>\etTT37.bpl.
    Where <CBuilder?> corresponds to the version of C++ Builder (i.e "CBuilder4", "CBuilder5" or "CBuilder6").

  5. Click the Open button.

  6. Verify that the Design Package ExceleTel TeleTools has been selected then Click OK to continue.

The TeleTools controls will be visible in the component palette. Look for the following icons on the ExceleTel tab:

etLine etPhone etPlay etRecord

The steps to create all sample forms for C++ Builder are:

  1. Run C++ Builder.

  2. From the File menu, select “New Application”.

  3. Link each form with etTTConst.hpp. It contains definitions used by the forms for interpreting information from telephony devices.

You are now ready to add the TeleTools controls to your form(s).

Be sure to review the information in the TeleTools help file sections Creating Controls Design-Time, Creating Controls at Run-Time and Why Serial Numbers Are Important section.

Before using a TeleTools control it must be enabled. This is done by setting the Enabled or EnableControl property to True.