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Soap CDR - recording


Henry Castillo
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The latest CDR (3.1) also include the filename of the recording ("rec").

 

I think I am missing something.

 

Is this the same as the Simple CDR?

 

I mean the area where you establish the CDR String you want by selecting the $ characters?

 

Example:

$c' inserts the caller-ID of the remote party.

$d' inserts the duration of the call in seconds.

$s' inserts the duration of the call connected to an extension.

 

If so, then what is the $Character for the filename of the recording and does it also give you the Index of the recording?

 

Thanks

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I think I am missing something.

 

Is this the same as the Simple CDR?

 

I mean the area where you establish the CDR String you want by selecting the $ characters?

 

Example:

$c' inserts the caller-ID of the remote party.

$d' inserts the duration of the call in seconds.

$s' inserts the duration of the call connected to an extension.

 

If so, then what is the $Character for the filename of the recording and does it also give you the Index of the recording?

 

Thanks

Since we are running out of characters, we now support long names. The $Character for recording is "record_location"

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I think I am missing something.

 

Is this the same as the Simple CDR?

 

I mean the area where you establish the CDR String you want by selecting the $ characters?

 

Example:

$c' inserts the caller-ID of the remote party.

$d' inserts the duration of the call in seconds.

$s' inserts the duration of the call connected to an extension.

 

If so, then what is the $Character for the filename of the recording and does it also give you the Index of the recording?

 

Thanks

 

Call-id is the identifier for the call. Caller ID is a different thing.

In the latest version call-id was added, Thanks!

But with the record location variable is also sent which make things much easier.

Henry

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