I have a script that automatically copies a .wav file to the CCM Publisher server in the 'dropaudiofilehere' folder which then translates and copy to the TFTP directory.
I need away of automatically updating the server to use the new file without having to go to the CCMADMIN page and resetting the MOH Server.
I have tried reviewing the .asp file but I'm not an expert so stuggling.
Can anyone suggest a way of writing a script / sql statement that would reset the MOH server. This would allow the MOH Audi file to automtically updated. This will need to work everyday as my customer has a different audio source for everyday day of the week (The audio file name stays the same).
The Cisco IP Voice Media Streamin App service is necessary for MOH, so if the service is not activated on the Pub, it sounds like your Subs are the MOH servers. So, resetting this service on the Subs should take care of your issue. The reset does not have to be done from the Pub.
I have restarted the services on the subscribers but this still doesn't reset the MOH audio source.
After I have reset the windows service I then go into the web admin and look at the MOH audio file. It then tells me that there is still a newer version waiting to be installed. You have to click on the update button first.
If I press update, then reset the windows service then this works but it still requires a manual intervention for someone to go to web admin and click update on the audio file in question.
destination Specifies the directory and/or filename for the new file(s).
/V Verifies that new files are written correctly.
/Y Suppresses prompting to confirm you want to overwrite an existing destination file.
/-Y Causes prompting to confirm you want to overwrite an existing destination file.
The switch /Y may be preset in the COPYCMD environment variable. This may be overridden with /-Y on the command line.
To append files, specify a single file for destination, but multiple files for source (using wildcards or file1+file2+file3 format).
The below example would copy all files in the current directory to the floppy disk in drive a:
copy *.* a:
Copy the autoexec.bat, usually found at root, and copy it into the windows directory; the autoexec.bat can be substituted for any file(s).
copy autoexec.bat c:\windows
Copy the win.ini file, which is already in your windows directory, to the windows directory, without prompting if you wanted to overwrite the file or not.
copy win.ini c:\windows /y
Copy the contents in myfile2.txt and combine it with the contents in myfile1.txt.
Finally, a user can create a file using the copy command. In the below example we create the file called "test.txt".
copy con test.txt
Once the above command has been typed in, a user could type in whatever he or she wishes. When you have completed creating the file, you can save and exit the file by pressing CTRL+Z, which would create ^Z, and then press enter. An easier way to view and edit files in MS-DOS would be to use the edit command.
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