Change CallForwardAll for a line via Dial_InScript

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Jan 13th, 2010

Hi.


Im Trying to create a script that will enable me to dial a number Where the following happends:


Step 1:

Please Enter the Directory number you would like to forward.


Step 2:

Please Enter PinCode for  Directory Number.


Step 3:

Tell Status : a) Directory Number : XXXX is currently not forwarded

                  b) Directory Number : XXXX is forwarded to 0 XX XX XX XX


Step 4:

Press 1 If you wish to remove CallForward | Press 2 if you wish to change CallForwardAll |  Press * to go Back. | To Exit, Disconnect the call.


Step 5:

Enter the Number you would like Forward your call to.


Step 6:

Tell Status and go back to Step 4


Id appreciate any help in regards to this.

Kindest Regards

Claus Pedersen

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SAN J Fri, 01/15/2010 - 08:26

I don't know of any way to do this all within IPCCX scripting personally but maybe you can use a combination of IPCC scripting that triggers a batch script that launches the CCMUser URL and does the changes there??? Also, depending on what your end goal is, there might be a better way to handle this as opposed to call forwarding? As an example, if this is an operator phone, would time of day routing work better? Just a suggestion...if I'm even close to what you're trying to achieve....good luck.

flyingduckdk Thu, 01/28/2010 - 00:35

I was afraid you guys, would say something like that.


Has anyone created examples of such javaclasses and XML scripts?


I think i might get a better understanding of this if I can get to see it in work and fiddle with it.


I need to get from A-Z here... and im at B...


Kindest Regards

Claus Pedersen

Tanner Ezell Fri, 01/15/2010 - 10:01

To Accomplish what you want you'd need to know two things:


     1. Java

     2. AXL


You'd need to create a custom Java class that your script could execute to accomplish what you want, short of that there is no good way to accomplish that.

flyingduckdk Thu, 02/11/2010 - 04:15

And good links for acomplishing just that ?


Im not your average java coder....

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