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Bulk importing route patterns

Our call manager is currently running 3.1 4b and we would like to now how to import 2000 patterns from a CSV file.

I would also like to know how this can be performed on 3.3 (3) which we will upgrade to in about four weeks.

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Re: Bulk importing route patterns

well, there is a commercial tool that uses the AXL interface for bulk importing/exporting. you can create configurations in an excel spreadsheet, then it writes them to a target call manager. includes support for phones, users, css, partitions, route patterns, translation patterns, users, etc. obviously, being AXL based, it is only applicable for 3.3(3) onwards.

http://www.nzice.com/swdev.htm

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Re: Bulk importing route patterns

There is no tool that will perform the function of importing route pattern in bulk. Not with any verisons of Cisco CallManager.

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Re: Bulk importing route patterns

Sandish

You are not totaly correct there. Dimension Data managed to get a bulk import tool called ccmimport.exe for 3.1.1a. This tools is giving an error when used with 3.1.4b. Seeing that 3.3.3 is running on a different SQL Platform then the tool would have to be radically different.

So how would you suggest you manage route patterns in a very granualaur call manager system like ours.

We have currently have 9000 route patterns.

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Re: Bulk importing route patterns

well, there is a commercial tool that uses the AXL interface for bulk importing/exporting. you can create configurations in an excel spreadsheet, then it writes them to a target call manager. includes support for phones, users, css, partitions, route patterns, translation patterns, users, etc. obviously, being AXL based, it is only applicable for 3.3(3) onwards.

http://www.nzice.com/swdev.htm

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