I've used reactive debugging before, but there's a tip in the help that tells how to debug using Non-Reactive. I've tried it but I'm getting error messages that the object is null. I don't like having to upload my script and test it everytime.
Here is the tip:
Tip You can create a script that first uses the Place Call step to place an outbound call, and then continues the script using that outbound call. This procedure makes it easy to debug a script that will be triggered by calls, without the complexity of uploading the script to the Repository every time you want to debug and test it. Note that all Media and Call Control steps need to use the call object that the Place Call step returns instead of the default "-- Triggering Contact --".
I've tried this and it doesn't work. Has anyone gotten this to work?
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