Need TCL IVR scripting hint: playing monetary amount
Today I was surprised to realize that "media play %a" TCL command expects integer. I have got a billing system that returns balance as decimal and from my past experience I remember Cisco (and the very same TCL script) had no problem dealing with such format. And what staggers me most, it can play balance only if it's multiple 100 like: 100 for $1, 500 for $5. If there are cents, the call is cut off like:
media play leg_incoming %a500
is going to play "you have 5 dollars"
And this one:
media play leg_incoming %a540
will play nothing. There are no errors in the debug, absolutely nothing.
As a temporary workaround I have implemented rounding to the next dollar in my script, however the cisco behavior in this case seems indisputably wrong. Is there something I am missing?
I have checked AS5300 with IOS version 12.3(18) and AS5350 with IOS version 12.3(15).
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