This is my first post here so I hope that this in the correct community topic... I also tried searching but could not find any topics on this.
I have a problem when exporting data from our TMS (version 13.2.2), I look under Reporting --> Call Detail Record --> MCU and enter the wanted date interval and filtering system and then hit the Data tab and use the function/button Export Excel.
So far all is well, but... I miss one information that I really need for my statistics processing in Excel - this missing field I can find under Monitoring --> Conference Control Center (the field/column "Title").
Anyone here that knows how I can get that field (Title) into the Reporting export?
So far I have been forced to manually write these titles down as I even cannot copy and paste from that Java window. Thanks in advance - all help will be greatly appreciated!
Well... We have looked at that tool and it most like will not be the ideal solution for us... For instance we have several clients running on the same TMS so I need to separate them all (using the Title field).
So we are thinking of exporting all the needed data via SQL (using MS SQL Server Management Studio) and process the information in a spreadsheet s/w, but I do not know which table to query - tmsng --> dbo.objSystemConferenceCDR looked promising at first but that does not seem to contain all posts/"conferences"...
Any deia which table to query in order to get them all?
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