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Cannot add json:// or soap:// in the Queue URL

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The documentation says the following:

The PBX can send updates to an external server using HTTP or HTTPS. The setting for this is at the bottom of the ACD page, called "Queue status URL". The setting may take one of the following values (only one URL at a time is possible):

json/jsons: When using the json scheme, the PBX sends a JSON object to the address provided behind the scheme. For example, "json://acd.domain.com/acd123" would send the content to "http://acd.domain.com/acd123". When using jsons, the system uses https instead of http.
soap/soaps: When using the soap scheme, the PBX sends a XML object to the address provided behind the scheme. For example, "soap://acd.domain.com/acd123" would send the content to "http://acd.domain.com/acd123". When using soaps, the system uses https instead of http.

 

But the validation only accepts http://xyz... json:// also doesn't work

 

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In this case the URL checking is actually correct - in this field you can only use HTTP or HTTPS. The content is always "SOAP" there is no JSON. It is a very old setting, for those who still remember what SOAP is.

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Your sentence seems to say that SOAP is very old... Then why do we use it?

 

The content is always "SOAP" there is no JSON. It is a very old setting, for those who still remember what SOAP is.

 

The information I gathered was from the documentation from here: https://doc.vodia.com/acdreport

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We would love to remove that feature, but we tried a year ago and there were still people using it. We even tried to hide the field which resulted in another uproar... Taking things away that are used for years is not making friends! Anyway for new installations I would not recommend to use it any more.

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