XML: <Hangup>

The Hangup verb is used to hang up the current call.

The Hangup verb is also used to reject incoming calls either explicitly or implicitly.

Attributes

ATTRIBUTE Description
None None

Callbacks Received

Callback Can reply with more BXML
CallComplete No

Example 1 of 1: Hangup Verb

This shows how to use Bandwidth XML to hang up an existing call.

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<Response>
   <Hangup/>
</Response>
Hangup hangup = Hangup.builder().build();

Response response = Response.builder().build()
        .add(hangup);

System.out.println(response.toBXML());
Response response = new Response();

Hangup hangup = new Hangup();

response.Add(hangup);

Console.WriteLine(response.ToBXML());
response = Bandwidth::Voice::Response.new()
hangup = Bandwidth::Voice::Hangup.new()

response.push(hangup)
puts response.to_bxml()
response = Response()
hangup = Hangup()

response.add_verb(hangup)
print(response.to_bxml())
var hangup = new BandwidthBxml.Verbs.Hangup();

var response = new BandwidthBxml.Response();
response.addVerb(hangup);

console.log(response.toBxml());
$hangup = new BandwidthLib\Voice\Bxml\Hangup();
$response = new BandwidthLib\Voice\Bxml\Response();
$response->addVerb($hangup);

echo $response->toBxml();
echo "\n";

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