I made up a script following point 3 of the guidehttps://supportforums.cisco.com/docs/DOC-24150. I tried to send an email using java code inside Set step. The script works perfectly when deployed on UCCX 7.x, but the same script deployed on UCCX 9.x doesn't work, since when I try to load it into an application it raises an InvalidClassException. The editor validates it without any problem, the error is raised only when I try to load it into application.
I have the same problem. Here is an excerpt from the log:
99799: Feb 07 15:37:38.379 MSK %MADM-SCRIPT_MGR-3-UNABLE_LOAD_SCRIPT:Unable to load script: Script=/HelpDesk.aef,Exception=java.io.InvalidClassException: javax.mail.Message$RecipientType; local class incompatible: stream classdesc serialVersionUID = -7479791750606340008, local class serialVersionUID = 8926476023043427979
Hi, this is something we should discuss a little more in detail. Of course, providing a custom JAR would not be a problem at all, I can do that too, but first, let me ask you, did you try rebooting your UCCX server? Did you try creating a test script from scratch? G.
Sorry I cannot provide you the Jar, since it contains some business information. If you have some experience with Java programming though it is basically a simple set of Java Classes to send emails using JavaMail libraries. Here you can use this example on Mkyong.com as a guide:
Yeah, I tried both and it didn't work. I opened an SRT but Cisco told me I need a Developer Contract to deal with this kind of issue. When I managed to work around this problem uploading a custom JAR I stopped searching for other solutions.
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