Porting 3.5 scripts to 7.0 - file location problems
Instead if upgrading from 3.5 to 7.0 I'm building my new 7.0 IPCCx servers from the ground up.
just tried to move the first of my scripts over and have some pathing problems with some subroutines.
I uploaed the main script and the sub-routine scripts to the default location in the Script Managemnet part of the tool. (so no sub folders, etc)
The main script does not run as IPCC is complaining that it cannot find the sub-routine scripts
6733: Jun 23 14:43:43.432 EDT %MIVR-SS_TEL-3-EXCEPTION: com.cisco.script.ScriptNotFoundException: user script 'C:\Progra~1\wfavvid\Scripts\user\\HolidayCheck.aef
The uploaded scripts physicall exist on the server at location "C:\Program Files\wfavvid\Scripts\user\default" but it appears that the intrepeter is looking for the sub-routines at "C:\Progra~1\wfavvid\Scripts\user\\" !!!
I cannot upload scripts to this location (by default it loades them to "C:\Program Files\wfavvid\Scripts\user\default" and I tried to reference the subrouting by "/defaut/HolidayCheck.aef" and it still doesn't like it.
Re: Porting 3.5 scripts to 7.0 - file location problems
Stick with it, I find things much better with UCCX since v5.0. Maybe I'm just getting the hang of it though rather than it getting better :-)
For future reference I don't think the migration tools ever do anything with the scripts. Usually you find they get version-bumped when you open and save them next time; the scripts just get copied as far as I know when you use the DMA-type tool for CCX8.0.
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