You cannot do this with routing scripts - they must be triggered by a real (phone) call.
There is a workaround, perhaps you can configure a neat IVR script that would call 101 (which is mapped to the routing script in ICM), which is triggered by calling 102, which is triggered by JTAPI, perhaps.
You could consider upgrading the 5-seat standard IPCC license that comes with CCM4.0 to enhanced, then write an http triggered script and have a webpage call the http trigger and ave a refreshtime of x seconds. That way it would triger the script every x seconds, and depending on what is in the script you would be able to set up a call.
I don?t think there is any solution with your current unity and ccm4.0
One simple question: Why don't you want to use an Administrative Script?
If you have IP/IVR in your deployment, you can try to set up an HTTP enabled script that is launched by a servlet, IP/IVR runs the script associated to the HTTP trigger and this scripts initiate a call to a CTI Route Point associated to the ICM DN that is associated to the routing script. This is very similar to the 'netbakter' post.
You can try to devolop an application based on 'Application Gateway' ICM feature in this way:
When your admiinstrative script detects that the one VRU are offline, this script communicates through the Application Gateway with an application, very basic, that can initiate a call to your CTI Route Point (you can use CTIOS for that).
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