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UCCX V8.5 Script Holiday Check

Hi,

I will be upgraging from a version 5 IPCCx deployment to a 8.5 UCCx HA cluster.

The V5 scripts all have a holiday check with the xml file in the wfavvid directory.

On the new 8.5 UCCX should this file be uploaded to the repository or are there other actions required?

thanks

Ian.

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UCCX V8.5 Script Holiday Check

Hi

Yes... if you have a script that modifies this XML file, then it must upload it to the repository (via a Get User/Auth User/Upload Doc step sequence).

If it is manually edited, simply upload it to the repository.

Also ensure that you upload it to the correct language folder for your script, and refer to it as DOC[whatever.xml] rather than a c:\program files\wfavvid reference.

Be aware that when you run the upgrade tool on the 5.x box, that it will only export DB and repository contents - so I would recmomend you take a copy of the whole wfavvid directory and any other places that info may be stored. It's not uncommon for scripts or engineers to have put prompts etc directly into the wfavvid/prompts folder for example, and these would be lost otherwise.

Aaron Harrison

Principal Engineer at Logicalis UK

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UCCX V8.5 Script Holiday Check

Hi

Yes... if you have a script that modifies this XML file, then it must upload it to the repository (via a Get User/Auth User/Upload Doc step sequence).

If it is manually edited, simply upload it to the repository.

Also ensure that you upload it to the correct language folder for your script, and refer to it as DOC[whatever.xml] rather than a c:\program files\wfavvid reference.

Be aware that when you run the upgrade tool on the 5.x box, that it will only export DB and repository contents - so I would recmomend you take a copy of the whole wfavvid directory and any other places that info may be stored. It's not uncommon for scripts or engineers to have put prompts etc directly into the wfavvid/prompts folder for example, and these would be lost otherwise.

Aaron Harrison

Principal Engineer at Logicalis UK

Please rate helpful posts...

Aaron Please remember to rate helpful posts to identify useful responses, and mark 'Answered' if appropriate!
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UCCX V8.5 Script Holiday Check

Aaron,

Thanks for the useful information.

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