We need a Windows Media Services event plugin for a Windows 2003 Server. This plug in will perform the following functions
Phase 1 - logging in database
Start logging for live and on demand broadcast (on demand already has an option for this in wms)
Take logging information and insert it into a MS SQL database table with the name of the publishing point and other information with respective field headers from microsoft log files.
Use the logurl field in the asx xml files to send the information to a url that will insert contents into a MS SQL database. (ASP or ASP.net must be used) The information can also be sent to the IIS dll and processed)
Phase 1- limiting the users live broadcasts
We would like a plugin for wms that will restrict how many times a user broadcasts live and the bandwith used in the broadcast. We can either set this number with a user role or the name of the publishing point. We would also like to restrict the user to just broadcast using an assigned name if possible without creating another broadcast we cannot monitor. This seems to be the one I have not read much information on... so propose how this can be dons.
Phase 2 project - not for now.
We would like to dynamically upload wme files online and create a publishing point for the user dynamically with some settings.
Let me know if you can do this, the time estimate and the cost for phase 1.
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Windows 2003 server. MS SQL 2005 express is what we have installed on the 2003 server.