Cisco Unified Communication Manager gives you a set of essential tools that allow you to do most of the things you need to do with your system. However, there are times where these tools may not be the most effective or efficient to provision your CUCM. The following post is the first of a 3 part series that will take you through the steps to get the most from your CUCM using the Cisco AXL API.
This first one is on how to enable Cisco AXL service on your Cisco Unified Communications Manager (CUCM) System allowing you to integrate any 3rd party provisioning application such as SMACS.
The second article takes it a step further and shows you how to send your own AXL request to CUCM with the help of postman.
And the third of this series, for those who want to push even further and shows you how to execute SQL queries against CUCM through AXL.