I suspect that this is an frequently asked question; why am I getting a different number for calls abandoned on the Cisco Supervisor statistics than in Cisco Historical reports? In Historical Reports the number apears to be greater than in the Cisco Supervisor Desktop. This is a very plain, vanilla CSQ implementation, just wondering why there's a difference?
Most commonly there is a misunderstanding of what is really being reported for the different reports. What report are you referring to in the history reports and how does that relate to what you are looking at in supervisor desktop?
There are good reasons why reports will show different values and the difference is most always found in what is actually being reported per the specific report. It's very hard for this reason to match a RTR with a historical report because they are coming up with the numbers (in this example abandoned calls) in a different way and for a different purpose.
Say in the Supervisor RTR you are looking at abandoned calls for the Team 'Sales' and in the Historical reports you are looing at the Abandoned Calls Summary Report looking at the Sales CSQ. It may seem like the same thing but one is reporting on a "team" and the other is reporting on a CSQ.
So check to see what is being reported on first. Here is the documentation for the historical reports. Chapter 3 is where you want to look.
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