We often receive the following questions about our ABTO Software’s VoIP SIP SDK for Windows:
- is it implemented as native SIP DLL SDK or as ActiveX (COM) object.
- how to integrate SDK into own application.
The answer is that VoIP SIP SDK for Windows is implemented as ActiveX simple object and compiled into native dll. It means that SDK can be used as ActiveX (COM) component which requires registration on client computer via regsvr32 tool. But it is not a single way. The SDK also exports methods and can be used as native SIP DLL SDK without registration. Standard SDK setup contains source code of both implementations.
So, it means that VoIP SIP SDK for Windows can be used in your app via ActiveX interface and via native DLL interface (exported functions as SIP DLL SDK).