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UCCX Customer Contact

I have been asked if we can do this, so I am asking the pro's

I want customers to call UCCX, then type in there CASE Number or Employee number. Question is can I run this against an XML file and then send them to the appropriate phone number or QUEUE?

Any examples that I can be pointed to?

Thank you

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New Member

UCCX Customer Contact

The XML file that I am building is:

My contactlist.xml:



  
      John
      12345
  

  
      Mary
      12356
  

Would this be the correct way for the XML for transfering should look like?

UCCX Customer Contact

Hi,

you can use XPATH queries in your script, with the GET XML Document Data step, like this

"/CUSTOMERLIST/CUSTOMER[@DNIS=$customerdnis]/Phone"

where the $customerdnis will be value entered by the customer (?), and the result String of this step will be the Phone value (so you can use it to transfer the call to).

To be quite honest with you, I don't really like the idea of having such an XML-based solution. XML usually works well if the file size is relatively small, but if it starts growing, it just starts eating up more resources. And, if the file is not valid, the whole thing breaks.

Can't you just use SQL?

G.

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UCCX Customer Contact

I will have the the SQL lic here in a few months. but for now XML is my only option.

I would rather have SQL and build it the right way first, but it is a political thing right now.

Thanks

UCCX Customer Contact

Hi,

I understand. Politics make things complicated most of the time :-)

Anyway, good luck with your project.

G.

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