Re: How to Schedule an ICM Script to Play a IVR Prompt
There are two parts here.
1. The first part is a modification in the ICM script so that every call knows whether the holiday message should be played or not. You can modify the routing script to directly compare the current date against a set date (say 12/25/2009) and if true, then check the current time against a spread using a Time Of Day node.
Alternatively, you can do all this in a an Admin Script that runs every minute and controls a global variable that the main routing script checks.
You can develop this and test it without actually doing anything - just watching the path of calls through your script as the day and time of day falls into the slot.
2. Now you need the technique to activate a Run External Script that runs the .aef. Since this has already been done by the "Cisco Partner Vendor", you just need to copy those nodes into the holiday path.
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the softkeys. You enable or disable them via TCL. Here is the long
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