you can make an odbc connection to the cdr database and pull the information off then you can run your analysis. I do not remember the username and password that it is using but I could find the docs for you.
I use the ODBC method to collect and manipulate some CDR records. To be on the safe side, create an SQL user that has Read Only access to the CDR Database. Then using something like Excel, you can pull whatever records you need, search etc. Remember the date format on CDR records is time elapsed from 1 Jan 1970., so you will need a conversion formula. I can supply the ODBC DSN Data and Excel formulas if required.
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