I am running CUCM 7.1.3 and I am wanting to write my own web application that will let me query data from the CDR database. I keep finding resources that show on the older systems (when they ran Windows) you would just connect to the sql server and query. I fear that it's not so simple these days and there is a different method of doing so. My guess is some kind of SOAP or XML call ?
Thank you for the excellent replies as usual. I stumbled upon the cisco developer portion of the website yesterday after I asked but I figured a push in the right direction couldn't hurt.
Do you know if there are any open source products that connect and do (even basic) CDR querying?
Also, if I am reading right, you make a SOAP request and you end up downloading a file from it with the results? Logic (i think?) would tell me that it would be returned in the SOAP reply, right? I haven't used it as much as I should.
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