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Http trigger question - UCCX 8.5(1)

Hey All,

I'm trying to display a web page with CSQueue statistics directly from CSD. Is it possible for an HTTP trigger to accept a request with out it coming from an form action GET? or is there a better way of doing this?

I have written the 'Template.html' but would like for the queue data to be populated without having to kick off the script with a Submit button for example

Ideally if the user could just browse to http://<uccx ip>:9080/CSQ-Stats.html and have all the queue information available and then the user can refresh IE to get up to date stats.

Hoping this make sense to everyone

Cheers,

Greg

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Http trigger question - UCCX 8.5(1)

No, you can't add a button to the supervisor toolbar. You could give supervisors their own workflow in Desktop Administrator so the button appears on their CAD desktop only.

Brian

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Http trigger question - UCCX 8.5(1)

Hi,

that's the simplest thing an HTTP application in UCCX can do: serve a HTML page.

First, create your CRS script, where you can do some calculations using the results of the stats steps. Then just do a keyword transform, and send back the final document using the Send HTTP response step.

G.

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Re: Http trigger question - UCCX 8.5(1)

Thanks Gergely for your response.

I may be missing something here but I believe a button can be added to CAD quite easily but can the same be said about Supervisor Desktop? Can't seem to find this in Desktop Administrator

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Http trigger question - UCCX 8.5(1)

I may be answering my own question here but I know this can be achieved using a integrated browser window but I would like if could be a button along the toolbar in CSD. Has anyone done such a task before?

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Http trigger question - UCCX 8.5(1)

No, you can't add a button to the supervisor toolbar. You could give supervisors their own workflow in Desktop Administrator so the button appears on their CAD desktop only.

Brian

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