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CUCM 8.5 Schema AXL updateline-CSS

Guys,

I am trying to update the CSS on disparate lines but I cant find the CSS on the update or even the add line schema.

I can see the routePartitionName, pickupgroup etc but I cant see the CSS.

Is there another element used to update line CSS?

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Re: CUCM 8.5 Schema AXL updateline-CSS

The CSS for a DN is in the numplan table. The (slightly) confusingly named field is

fkcallingsearchspace_sharedlineappear

run sql SELECT callingsearchspace.name, dnorpattern FROM numplan, callingsearchspace WHERE numplan.fkcallingsearchspace_sharedlineappear = callingsearchspace.pkid AND dnorpattern='48601'

GTG

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Re: CUCM 8.5 Schema AXL updateline-CSS

The CSS for a DN is in the numplan table. The (slightly) confusingly named field is

fkcallingsearchspace_sharedlineappear

run sql SELECT callingsearchspace.name, dnorpattern FROM numplan, callingsearchspace WHERE numplan.fkcallingsearchspace_sharedlineappear = callingsearchspace.pkid AND dnorpattern='48601'

GTG

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CUCM 8.5 Schema AXL updateline-CSS

Gordon, Spot on...The name is "shareLineAppearanceCssName"

Thanks that did the magic

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