You can also export the complete configuration and import that to a Sprawler so you can look at it.
What are you doing that requires lots of exports? From one ICM to another? I've done a serious amount of export / import, and if you think one-by-one on the export is painful, wait until you do one by one imports.
Just backing up our old IVR ICM scripts, we are now using CVP, but keeping them just in case or for reference.
Are you planning to delete the scripts? You could just remove old versions of the scripts leaving yourself with just the latest, rename them to something like ZZ_script_name so they go to the bottom of the list and out of the way of "Open" and Script Explorer. Then they are always there for reference,
lol, I can't believe how many of these things I have had to come up with... although automating this does free up some hours to sneak out early and get to the golf course!
The only sad part about automating data input, is that I can't share the scripts because the Cisco Input boxes are never consistent for entering data through keystrokes and you have to use mouse coordinates most of the time.
But, if you learn some of the language, it can certainly make your life easier!
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