Dear All - Recently we have deploayed WIM 9.0 and integrated with UCCE
We have below requiremnt
If Agents are Busy, Customer want to display Busy Message to Customer.
If customer tries during non-office/Weekends, Need to display Off-Hour Message.
We have option in entry Point Agent Availablity as Required and Not-Required.
When i make it as "Required", One agent can chat only with one customer, Suppose another customer login for chat system immediately display off-Hour message, Instaed of Busy message.
When i tried with Not-Required, agent can chat with customer, Suppose another customer come for chat they immedatiley goes for WAIT Time whch is defult 70 Sec (CHAT_WATCHDOG_INSEC), even if the customer is not serviced in 70 Sec it display Busy Message.
Now the problem i want display off-Hour if customer login for chat during non-woking hours and weekends and needs to display Busy message if the agnets are busy during Working Hours.
Even we can't handle in Script, Because WIM doesn't have knowledge of Working timigs which we configured in Script.
Is there any way where we can configure work timings in WIM to display exact mesage as per above scenario.
If not i have only one option , Make entry point as Not Required and let the customer to login and wait for 70 Sec by default and display both Busy and Off-Hour Message.
Need your suggestion/help to make it work according to above scenario.
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