There's a custom Java class on your CRS server that allows us to perform Consult Transfers to devices. What you did above allows the editor to see this class. The ConsultTransfer class in this .jar file allows the script to retain control of the call should the called party not answer. Since this is a custom class, there is not a step defined for the Consult Transfer. This means you will not find a Consult Transfer step in your script editor. Instead, you will have to use the Execute Java Method Step to invoke the transfer. In this case, we're calling a method called Call.ConsultTransfer.
This method has 3 arguments:
Destination to perform the consult transfer to
How long (in milliseconds) to wait before declaring a timeout.
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