So, I started picking at this yesterday and hope I'm not missing something obvious..
I've been developing a web application for our company, and I'm trying to provide a means of modifying our "on-call" technician for our service calls without having to manually modify scripts on a weekly basis. I'd like to update a phone number within one of the scripts to change who it is directed to on the voice prompts into our phone system via a REST API, however interaction seems to be limited in regards to scripts.
Where I am at now: I can poll the system for a list of scripts, obtain information about a particular script, download a script file to a temp directory, etc. The roadblock is the .aef file is a compiled file (not just plain xml which would have been great), and I don't want to play any guessing games when modifying the file mid-stream before writing it then re-uploading it.
So the question is... is there functionality to modify a script via the REST API directly on the system, or some module I can install on an apache server that will decompile/recompile the file into a valid aef that I can then upload back to the cisco appliance? Or some other option I may not be aware of?
Thats an interesting suggestion; I don't have much experience in cisco unity scripting, but using the CUCE Editor I cannot create a variable of the String:http_resp using the GUI. (not one of the available options in the dropdown list) .. I even updated to CUCE Editor 8.6.2 in the event it was a versioning issue, but still no options for this.
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