Is there a way to import CDR records into UCM6.1? I have exported CDR Data from a CM4.1(2) that was exported to CSV and would like to get them into UCM6.1, and ultimately export to a billing server. Any creative ideas would be greatly appreciated.
Unfortunately, the schema is different between MSSQL and Informix
The only option would be to revert to 4.1 run DMA again select CAR (along with all the other options needed) and then reinstall 6.x again or do it in a different server and that should only allow you read information from CAR.
Understood, however I'm thinking there is one possible option... I noticed the format of the data sent from UCM6.x to the billing server has most of the fields from the CDR table in CM4.1 CDR SQL database. I've exported the data from 4.1 to a CSV and am trying to copy/paste data to the appropriate fields in 6.x. There are some field differences, though the data appears non-critical. I'm thinking I can copy certain field data from a 6.x and be in good shape. In the end the client's Billing server needs less that 10 of the fields from the output.
I saw your post on the topic (Importing CDR Records to UCM6.1) dated 9.2.2008 NetPro. You seem to be well versed on this topic.
We just migrated from CM 4.x to CUCM 6.1.2. Every thing seemed to go fine, but we just noticed we have no call records on our SUB Server. We don't have any new records either. BTWâ¦ All phones register to the SUB.
The questions are these.
Did we ever have call records on the SUB?
We will have CDR records on the SUB in the future?
Is there a CDR db on the Informix system?
Do we care? Do we need it?
Is there a way to do a simple query on the informix db, like we did in SQL.
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