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.
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.
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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