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Telcom Web Services: Parlay X Simulator and Client Implementation

Parlay X is set of Web service APIs for the telephone network (fixed and mobile.)

It enables software developers to use the capabilities of a underlying network. The APIs are deliberately high level abstractions and designed to be simple to use. An application developer can, for example, invoke a single Web Service request to get the location of a mobile device or initiate a telephone call.

The Parlay X Web services are defined jointly by ETSI, the Parlay Group, and the Third Generation Partnership Program (3GPP).

The APIs are defined using Web Service technology: interfaces are defined using WSDL 1.1 and conform with Web Services Interoperability (WS-I Basic Profile).

Useful resources for developer

  1. Java SE Components for Telecom Web Services with source code included. It is based on Parlay X.
  2. Telecom Web Services Network Emulator – It is based on Java EE technology and runs on Sun Java System Application Server (SJSAS) and on Tomcat 6. The emulator implements the features of a Parlay X gateway and can be used to test Parlay X applications without the need for a gateway. The emulator is mainly based on Parlay X

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