I want to create an application that can read a variable from a second application. The second application will receive DTMF digits. I want permanently store that variable, only to be changed when the application is called into again. I then want to be able to load whatever that variable's value is into the first application to tell it the correct workflow based on the value. Is this possible? Thanks.
If you want to permanently change a variable in a script on the fly, there is no way. Each time the application is called into the variables return to their original values. The best way to accomplish your need is to use the DBWrite and DBRead/Get steps. You can store info in a SQL table and reference that as opposed to your script variable.
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