I am looking for a way to extract translation patterns without having to look at each one individually. Does anyone know of a way? The dialplan report only shows the pattern to be translated, not the number to translate to.
I would like this info also. I am sure that there would be a way to do it with a SQL query, but I am not very well versed in SQL. Please send me anyt info that you think might help. We are running CCM 3.2(2c) es 79
while you're not supposed to go digging in the SQL database and I am assuming you are trying this in a non-production environment and am in no way responsible for adverse results this will probably work for you
WHERE (tkPatternUsage = 3)
But I would double check the value of tkPatternUsage on your version this is from 3.3
More appropriately (and supported) would be to use the AXL SOAP ListRoutePlanByType method.
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