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The document hereby is intending to assist administrators in creating an XML-based phone book. This XML-based phone book, is placed in a HTTP server and is capable to be downloaded by the Gigaset DEXXX-series phones.

To create the phone book that does fit the Gigaset DE900/DE700 and DE410/DE310, please always utilize the template which is provided by Gigaset and follow the field description to enter the right value for each field.

For the reason that the Gigaset DE900/DE700 has a more advanced phonebook than the DE410/DE310, each model gets its own template. Therefore, in this document, it distributes the field description into two sections – one for DE900/DE700 and the other part for DE410/DE310.

Field Description – DE900/DE700

The template “de900.xml” contains the required format for DE900/DE700. It starts with the headline <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-16"?> and all entries are enclosed by <AddressBook> and </AddressBook>. Each entry is enclosed by <Contact> and </Contact>.
Each field is enclosed by <FieldName> and </FieldName>. Following is the field description.

 

Important

Please do not just copy/paste the texts of the template by text editor to create your own phone book. It may create a non-utf16-encoding phone book that is not accepted by DE900/DE700. We strongly recommend always opening the template by a preferred text editor and editing it to create your own phone book.

 

  1. UID (max. in 3 digits / 1~500)
    It’s a unique identify of each entry. Please always give the first entry the value “1”, and then increasing by 1 for the next. For example, a phone book contains 100 entries. The UID of the entries are starting from 1 to 100.
  2. First Name (max. in 16 characters)
  3. Surname (max. in 16 characters)
  4. Email (max. in 128 characters) For better understanding by user, please always give it the right e-mail format, e.g. person@domain.com.
  5. WebURL (max. in 128 characters) For better understanding by user, please always give it the right URL format, e.g.www.personal.com
  6. JobTitle (max. in 128 characters)
  7. Company (max. in 128 characters)
  8. Address (max. in 128 characters) It is the field “Street” in local contact.
  9. City (max. in 128 characters)
  10. Zip (max. in 128 digits)
  11. Country (max. in 128 characters)
  12. Birthday, It must be in the date format dd.mm.yyyy, e.g. 01.01.1950.
  13. Info (max. in 128 characters)
    The content must be a string enclosed by <![CDATA[ and ]]>. For example, <Info><![CDATA[This is a test template.]]></Info>. The string “This is a template” is expected to be shown in local phone book.
  14. TimeZone, it is a number from 0 to 25. See Table 1.
  15. Fax (max. in 63 characters)
  16. Phone
    D
    E900/DE700 supports 4 types of phone number. Each type allows max. 2 phone numbers.
    1. phonenumber (max. in 63 characters)
    2. accountindex (either 1 or 2 for each type)
    3. type
      0 Office
      1 Home
      2 Mobile
      3 URL
  17. Default_Phone
    Pick up one from the valid phone numbers of this entry and give it the same settings in below.
    1. type
      0 Office
      1 Home
      2 Mobile
      3 URL
    2. number
      One of the valid phone numbers of this entry.

 

Field Description – DE410/DE310


The template “de410.xml” contains the required format for DE410/DE310. It starts with the headline <?xml version=’1.0’ encoding=’UTF-8’?> and all entries are enclosed by <AddressBook> and </AddressBook>. Each entry is enclosed by <Contact UID=”xxx”> and </Contact>. Each field is enclosed by <FieldName> and </FieldName>. Following is the field description.

 

  1. UID (max. in 3 digits / 1~200)
    It’s a unique identify of each entry. Please always give the first entry the value “1”, and then increasing by 1 for the next. For example, a phone book contains 100 entries. The UID of the entries are starting from 1 to 100.
  2. First Name (max. in 16 characters)
  3. Surname (max. in 16 characters)
  4. Phone
    DE410/DE310 supports 3 types of phone number. Each type allows max. 2 phone numbers.
    1. PhoneNumber (max. in 63 characters)
    2. Type
      1 Office
      2 Home
      3
      Mobile
    3. Index (either 1 or 2 for each type)
  5. Default_Num (one of 0~6)
    Pick up one from the valid phone numbers of this entry and give the corresponding number.

0 the first office number
1 the second office number
2 the first home number
3 the second home number
4 the first mobile number
5 the second mobile number


Table 1:

0: (GMT-12:00) Enewetak, Kwajalein
1: (GMT-11:00) Midway Island, Samoa
2: (GMT-10:00) Hawaii
3: (GMT-09:00) Alaska
4: (GMT-08:00) Pacific Time
5: (GMT-07:00) Arizona, Mountain Time
6: (GMT-06:00) Central Time, Mexico City
7: (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time, Indiana
8: (GMT-04:00) Atlantic Time
9: (GMT-03:00) Brasilia, Buenos Aires
10: (GMT-02:00) Mid-Atlantic
11: (GMT-01:00) Azores, Cape Verde Is.
12: (GMT) GMT, Dublin, London
13: (GMT+01:00) Amsterdam, Berlin, Rome
14: (GMT+02:00) Athens, Cairo, Israel
15: (GMT+03:00) Baghdad, Kuwait, Moscow
16: (GMT+04:00) Abu Dhabi, Muscat
17: (GMT+05:00) Islamabad, Karachi
18: (GMT+06:00) Dhaka, Colombo
19: (GMT+07:00) Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
20: (GMT+08:00) Beijing, Singapore, Taipei
21: (GMT+09:00) Osaka, Tokyo, Seoul
22: (GMT+10:00) Melbourne, Sydney, Guam
23: (GMT+11:00) Magadan, Soloman Is.
24: (GMT+12:00) Auckland, Wellington
25: (GMT+13:00) Nukualofa


 

 

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