[Freeswitch-dev] uuid_bridge doesn't work

Arturo Monroy amonroy at auronix.com
Tue Jun 22 10:02:43 PDT 2010

thank for your response, the version that I'm using is  1.0.head 
(svn-17188:17782M), and no is something silly, I'm triying to created a 
Lua's method to make my own "advance bridge" , to allow create many 
originate at same time and the first to answerd bridge to current 
channel, if not anyone anwered play a file, for instance or whatever.


If i've to created 3 outbounds calls with diferents domains and 
callExtension i doing something like that, where %s is a dinaminc Value

/*outbound 1*/ bgapi originate { 
ignore_early_media=true,origination_uuid=%s,originate_timeout=%s,origination_caller_id_name='%s',origination_caller_id_number=%s,api_on_answer='%s'}ext1 at 
/*outbound 2*/ bgapi originate { 
UUID myUUUID '}ext2 at &park()
/*outbound 3*/ bgapi originate { 
ignore_early_media=true,origination_uuid=%s,originate_timeout=%s,origination_caller_id_name='%s',origination_caller_id_number=%s,api_on_answer='%s'}ext2 at 

while this is running in backgroud (using bgapi) the inbound call is 
hearing a message 'meanTime.wav', finally when the first one has already 
anwered, then hangup the rest originates. I'm Sure that uuid_bridge is 
execute corectly but i'm not understand why the inbound call is over 
when the api_on_answer is execute


Arturo Monroy

El 22/06/2010 11:24 a.m., Brian West escribió:
> What are you doing exactly cuz this makes no sense..
> Also what SVN rev are you on because uuid_bridge uses the exact same code the core uses and bridge works fine.  I suspect you're either on OLD code or you're doing something silly.
> /b
> On Jun 22, 2010, at 10:55 AM, Arturo Monroy wrote:
>> Hello, i have a little problem, could you help  me please?
>> I trying to bridge using uuid_bridge API, but doesn't work , and I cant figure out why, I'll explain you:
>> I make a Inboud call and run a lua script code, the lua code has this
>> local UUID  = session:getVariable("uuid");
>> local api = freeswitch.API()
>> local uuid = api:executeString('create_uuid')
>> api:executeString(string.format("originate {ignore_early_media=true,origination_uuid='%s',api_on_answer='uuid_bridge %s %s'}sofia/internal/189 at", uuid, UUID, uuid))
>> The outbpund call is to Xlite phone, and this is ringing but when a answer the call, the first one is hangup and the second (@203) is still alive, What happed??????
>> The uuid_bridge return +OK but inmediatly the first is over
>> 2010-06-21 12:51:45.725585 [INFO] switch_channel.c:2535 sofia/internal/189 at api on answer: uuid_bridge(7a9ab23d-4ea5-4597-84e2-992ee88c2c79 3456ef2d-ec79-43a7-bf72-a1b2e88fc725)
>> +OK 3456ef2d-ec79-43a7-bf72-a1b2e88fc725 **********Line 765
>> 2010-06-21 12:51:45.725585 [DEBUG] switch_core_state_machine.c:344 (sofia/internal/189 at State RESET going to sleep
>> 2010-06-21 12:51:45.725585 [DEBUG] switch_ivr_originate.c:3341 Originate Resulted in Error Cause: 487 [ORIGINATOR_CANCEL] ********* Line 780
>> Please help me, thank you
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