Developing a UCMA Lync 2013 bot to interact with SharePoint 2013

Hi,

I’ve recently been involved in a POC whose the purpose was to integrate Lync 2013, SharePoint 2013 and UCMA. The key topics that had to be covered by the POC were:

  • Being able to register a Lync Application that “listens” to application endpoints representing SharePoint Communities
  • Being able to auto-discover new communities and add them as new application endpoints
  • Being able to call (IM + Audio/Video calls) the SharePoint communities from the Lync 2013 Client
  • Being able to auto-reply to audio calls and transfer to human agents when applicable.
  • Being able to auto-reply to IM and interact with SharePoint on behalf of the lync user

Key technical topics discussed in this video:

  • Configuring a Lync Trusted Application
  • Configuring the lab
  • Using Kerberos delegation / S4U extensions with the Trusted App
  • Registering new ApplicationEndPoints
  • 2013 CSOM and/or REST API from within the trusted app

You can download the source code here

Here is the video:

Happy Coding!

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About Stephane Eyskens

Office 365, Azure PaaS and SharePoint platform expert
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One Response to Developing a UCMA Lync 2013 bot to interact with SharePoint 2013

  1. Manish Kumar says:

    Hi Stephane,

    I have registered a UCMA bot in Lync Server 2013 but the application seems to be offline all the time. Can you please help with possible reasons for the same. I am totally stuck at this point. Any help is really appreciated

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