Hi, just in case, check that these values are correct in Service Parameters:
- Scroll down to the CDR Parameters section of the Enterprise Parameters Configuration page.
- Select "CDRs will be inserted into database" for the CDR Format.
- The value is set during the CallManager installation for the CDR UNC Path=//Publisher_IP/CDR. Make sure the value is not empty or invalid.
- Check the directory for local CDR files that are written by Cisco CallManager for the Local CDR Path. The value should not be empty or invalid, or Cisco CallManager cannot write CDRs.
- If Cisco CallManager does not create the new CDR records, and the error message ReadConfiguration Unable to read/write to Source directory is received, make sure that c:\Program Files\Cisco\CallDetail is shared on Publisher and Subscribers if you have. If shared, check the security settings to make sure if the ccmcdr user has the modify rights to this folder.
Hi again, if all the parameters are correct and you have the CDR and CMR files as shared with the read/write permissions, you probably have a problem with the Database Layer Monitor service, please restart this service and verify that is running properly.
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