In particular, we are trying to query the hunt group login status of certain phones. We used to be able to do this, when we used CallManager Express, by way of a PHP script which was linked to a webpage displaying which phones were logged in to the hunt group.
We've tried the same script with CallManager and it doesn't seem to work.
Basically, what we're trying to do is periodically query (every 60 seconds, for example) the 'hunt group' status, so we can tell which phones are currently logged into the hunt group.
From what I can gather (please correct me if I'm mistaken), the available options are either Administrative XML (AXL) Programming - in which you are able to make changes to the CM database, or Serviceability XML Programming - which is passive and used to query CM.
I did see "getAttendantConsoleHuntGroup", in the XML Developers Guide, but do you have any advice on how to use this?
It it is the HLog status of a line group member You need You can read the status from the SQL table "devicehlogdynamic". This table contains a boolan field with the Hlog status along with a field that shows the guid of the phone. See the database dictionary for more information. You can query the database through the AXL interface with the executeSQLQuery method.
I looked at the serviceability Hlog-data about a year ago, and as far as I remember You ca'nt get the info You want from there. The serviceability can provide things like received calls, missed calls etc.
Thanks Dan - and to all who have responded. I believe, though, that CallManager v7.0 runs on a Linux platform and uses an IBM Informix database backend (as opposed to MS SQL). Do you know if there a similar table within the IBM database which can be queried?
Yes, indeed there is but You must query it through AXL with the executeSQLQuery method if You want something automated. If You just want to check out the tables manually You can run "run sql select * from devicehlogdynamic" in the CUCM CLI. The database dictionary describes the tables. You can download the dictionary from http://developer.cisco.com/web/axl/docs.
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