[Freeswitch-dev] mod_conference tracking
jmesquita at freeswitch.org
Tue Dec 28 03:31:26 MSK 2010
I made the modifications as you suggested, tested under latest git and
Yes, I add this field to every event since we already had
conference_add_event_data in place.
On Mon, Dec 27, 2010 at 12:45 PM, Anthony Minessale <
anthony.minessale at gmail.com> wrote:
> you might want to consider putting the uuid_str in the conference
> struct and declare the uuid_t local and just
> render it once into the string field. Then you never have to call the
> uuid_format again and you probably don't need the binary version for
> Also do you add this field to every event in the general function that
> prepares all conference events for sending?
> 2010/12/26 João Mesquita <jmesquita at freeswitch.org>:
> > I decided, for now, to take the short way out. That is, use ESL to track
> > events on the conference.
> > One problem that emerged while doing so was how to find unique instances
> > a certain conference. To make it clearer, let me make an example.
> > Conference 123 is created on Sep 20, 2011 and has 20 members.
> > Same conference 123 is created on Sep 21, 2011 but now with 10 members.
> > Besides the obvious time difference, there was a problem identifying that
> > the conferences are unique in memory in FreeSWITCH, more accurately, the
> > same conference_obj. I came up with the idea then of adding one member to
> > the struct. That member is a uuid for that conference and it is added to
> > events spit out by the module, so we know which conference is which
> > uniquely.
> > Since this patch adds stuff to the struct, I didn't want to just commit
> > without approval, so I would like to kindly ask one of the core devs to
> > a look at it and give me the green light to commit it, if that's the
> > Sorry for posting it here, but Jira has been out for most of the weekend.
> > will get it in there if it gets back online and this email has not been
> > responded yet.
> > The patch is attached.
> > Thank you,
> > João Mesquita
> > 2010/12/25 João Mesquita <jmesquita at freeswitch.org>
> >> Hello you all. I hope you are all having a good holiday.
> >> I have been looking for the best way of tracking conference usage for
> >> reporting purposes (basically answering the question: what happened and
> >> on conference nº X?) and I thought of the following alternatives that I
> >> would like to discuss with you.
> >> 1. Using ESL and the CUSTOM events to keep track of what happened when
> >> guess that's the most widely used)
> >> 2. Creating a new entry on switch_caller_profile, that would be filled
> >> the mod_conference module anytime something changes on the conference.
> >> Something similar to what the origination_caller_profile does but that
> >> be manipulated by the mod_conference. This option could neatly integrate
> >> with the xml cdrs but would mess a little more on the core. Not sure it
> >> desirable.
> >> 3. Make mod_conference spit it's own XML for each conference created so
> >> that we know what happens and can link offline to other cdr entities.
> >> Or, maybe I am completely dumb and trying to do something that it is not
> >> supposed to be done or forgetting some resource that is already
> >> João Mesquita
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