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Old 02-14-2012, 09:36 AM
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Default AACC 6.2 Accessing/Parsing UUI

How can we parse a string in AACC Scripting/HDX? We are accessing the UUI value which will contain a string of name/value pairs that we need to set in variables. Since there does not appear to be any string manipulation functions in workflow scripting, we have attempted to use HDX to pass the UUI string to a custom web service. Unfortunately when we do this, there appears to be a 50 character size limit when passing string variables. After 50 characters, the string is simply truncated.

2012-02-14 10:57:29.264 0 WARN [11096] [ODBC] Statement for execution:: size(97) - CALL wsHDX.ParseString("DNIS=1231500|ANI=1238614188|Ser viceId=1359732|PRD=RUBY|Status=0","|","=")
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Old 02-16-2012, 08:15 AM
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Update; this is apparently a known issue per support.

"This is a known issue. It is being worked against workitem00870400: String parameters sent in to CCMS web service through scripting via DIW are restricted to 50chars."
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aacc, sip, string parsing, uui

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