I'm talking about accessing an external database from the script, not the internal database for IPCC. Does anyone from Cisco know if this works or not? I don't have the Premium version, so I can't test it myself.
I have set up a database connection to an SQL Server 2005 engine and it works with my IP/IVR 4.0(2). I have set up an ODBC connection to SQL Server 2005 and I can get registries from different databases using the DBXXXX steps in the script editor.
But, in the Cisco documentation, there is no explicit reference to support 2005, only SQL 7 and 2000.
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