I just looked at the logs...have you Enabled the jtapi trigger AND the application that is triggered? How many sessions are you allowing for the trigger and the application? I'm not sure if I'm reading the log right, but it looked like you number of sessions allowed is set to 0.
Are all your triggers behaving the same way? Do any of the triggers work regardless of what script is used? I would create a simple IVR script that does a call redirect to an extension just to rule out the script you are trying to get working. If the simple script doesn't work, then it points to system configurations. If the simple script works, then it points to the script being the problem. Also, be aware that you have to be licensed properly to use the ICD steps even though the editor displays the steps.
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