Probably not since the CRA scripts are launched and stepped through by a call. So once a call ends the script stops. You might be able to get all this data out of the TCD table without having to do any IVR scripting change.
What we do is, we call a URL after certain points in the IVR script so we can register those. For instance, we have a scripts that asks callers if they want documentation sent to them and right after they choose 1 or 2 (yes or no) we call a URL and pass parameters with the value 1 or 2 (yes or no). The URL points to an ASP page which in turn writes to an Oracle table. We have others that write it to a txt file but it basically the same thing.
We don't have the database read feature on our version of IVR or ICM 6 so we have to do it that way.
Passing it to the ICM script will not work since, like you said, that happens once it ends and not before.
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