[Freeswitch-users] running custom script with bind_meta_app
Peter P GMX
Prometheus001 at gmx.net
Tue Dec 16 00:06:16 PST 2008
I use Telegraph with Ruby on Rails to listen on the event socket
interface. With Telegraph you can register on any FS event and get all
channel variables in a hash for further processing. Interactions then
can be done via event_socket intreface.
Telegraph is not finished yet, but for me it was a good and easy point
Stephen Crosby schrieb:
> I just want to listen for some DTMF sequence while in a conference.
> The conference host should be able to enter the sequence at any time
> (and any number of times) to run a custom script. I've already written
> On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 7:09 AM, Brian West <brian at freeswitch.org> wrote:
>> What are you wanting to accomplish first?
>> On Dec 15, 2008, at 1:32 AM, Stephen Crosby wrote:
>> I'm Stephen Crosby, and I've just started working with freeswitch.
>> It's been great so far.
>> I want to run a custom script inside a conference when a DTMF sequence
>> is entered. I found bind_meta_app and thought it would be perfect, but
>> I can't seem to get it to work. When I dial-in and press *8, I get no
>> debugging output at all. When I press another sequence like *9 for
>> instance, I get: [WARNING] switch_ivr_async.c:1429 meta_on_dtmf()
>> sofia/external/5593495805 at sip.gafachi.com Ignoring meta digit '9' not
>> mapped. The script I wrote has been tested with "jsrun script.js" from
>> the command line and it does work. I've got the debugging level all
>> the way up and there's just not much for me to go on. Any help would
>> be greatly appreciated.
>> <extension name="gafachi-DID1">
>> <condition field="destination_number" expression="^xxxxxxxxxxx$">
>> <action application="answer"/>
>> <action application="bind_meta_app" data="8 ab s
>> <action application="conference" data="3000 at default"/>
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