If this is the case, then the only explanation is that CAR is possibly unable to load all the CDRs. I came across a similar problem when the system date was inadvertantly changed on a CallManager to another year.
After the date was changed back, the CDRs had to be reloaded again. Doing this forces CAR/ART to get all the CDR data in the database when it next loads the data.
Doing this would delete all the previoulsy loaded records and will load all the CDR records available from the CDR database into CAR/ART database afresh.
No, this should not be the case once the problem with CAR loading the CDR records has been resolved. From then on you should simply be able to create and run reports from the CDR database as you would normally.
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