Multiple Resource Queue in 1 IPCCX script

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Apr 16th, 2008

Is it possible to have more than 2 Resource Queues in 1 IPCCX Script? I have a script that has 3 queues (Select Resource...), but it always stops at the 2nd queue. I tried nesting them but still the same problem. Please advise, thanks.

Correct Answer by Jonathan Schulenberg about 8 years 10 months ago

Resource Groups are more limiting as you can only assign a single one to an individual CSQ. Skills-based routing will give you significantly more functionality. You can assign multiple skills to the same CSQ.

A word of caution if you haven't worked with Skills Based Routing before: RTFM! :) If you're not crystal clear on how the logic works, calls won't distribute as you intend and people will say it's "broken". Of special interest are the skill competence ratings and resource selection criteria.

The Administrator Guide does a decent job at explaining this: http://cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/sw/custcosw/ps1846/products_installation_and_configuration_guides_list.html

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Abdulbaseer Mohammed Thu, 04/17/2008 - 20:35

you can be queued to as many queue's as you like but as soon as you get presented to an agent what will happen to your status in other queues?

So Best practice is to have 1 queue and may be have 3 diferent groups with this queue skill so they can accept the call.

If this does not answer more info about your issue can help as well.

Good luck,

Baseer.

junp14 Fri, 04/18/2008 - 10:40

Thanks, Baseer.

Is it possible to have more than 1 group in 1 Contact Service Queue? I was looking at the CRS Admin page and I can only select 1 Resource Group from the dropdown for CSQ configuration. Or do you mean assign Skills for each Agent in 1 Group, this way segregating the most, medium and less skilled agents?

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Jonathan Schulenberg Sat, 04/19/2008 - 12:02

Resource Groups are more limiting as you can only assign a single one to an individual CSQ. Skills-based routing will give you significantly more functionality. You can assign multiple skills to the same CSQ.

A word of caution if you haven't worked with Skills Based Routing before: RTFM! :) If you're not crystal clear on how the logic works, calls won't distribute as you intend and people will say it's "broken". Of special interest are the skill competence ratings and resource selection criteria.

The Administrator Guide does a decent job at explaining this: http://cisco.com/en/US/partner/products/sw/custcosw/ps1846/products_installation_and_configuration_guides_list.html

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