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Old 02-26-2014, 02:56 AM
nallbu nallbu is offline
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Default Retaining original entry VDN (%v) in One-x Agent

We have a one-X Agent dilemma.

Each time a direct inbound call is connected to an agent, we wish to capture the entry VDN and use it to do a lookup in our backend database.

This is fine when the call is connected as we can use the %v one-X Agent parameter.

However, when a call is transferred, %v is updated to the line connecting the two agents, and we lose the original one.

I did think that we might be able to write the original %v value to our database on first connection and retain it for the duration of the call, but this hinges on one-X Agent providing a unique call ID which we can store along with the VDN.

Do you have any suggestions as to how we can overcome this problem?

We are using One-x Agent 2.5.20020.0

Many thanks

Nick
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Old 06-13-2014, 04:04 AM
srajasekharan srajasekharan is offline
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Hello Nick,

Hope you are doing well!!!

Thank you for the detailed explanation.

We have checked our knowledge base and there are no such issues reported so far. I will request you to open a SR with us, so that we can collect all the required logs and escalate ti next level.

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Sree
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