[Freeswitch-users] Weird (or expected) behaviour on record/playback using ESL?

Peter Olsson peter.olsson at visionutveckling.se
Thu Jun 18 00:39:35 PDT 2009

Yes I guess this would probably solve the issue :) But since I stumbled across this weird behaviour I just wanted to make sure if this was expected or not, or if it might be a bug...

I thought playback was just sending the audio to the caller, but in this case it seems that playback sends it to both "parties".


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can you try uuid_record <uuid> stop <filename> before playback?

On Jun 18, 2009, at 3:07 PM, Peter Olsson wrote:

I'm not quite sure if this is the expected behaviour, I just wanted to make sure.

I've developed a simple IVR application using event socket. I dial in to the dialplan and park the call, and then I let the IVR application do whatever it's supposed to. I basically listen for DTMF events and play and record files.

Today I just noticed that if I issue a "api uuid_record <uuid> start <filename>", and then do a file playback (using SendMsg, with call-command execute and execute-app-name playback), the playback is sent both to the caller, and to the recorded file. Is this the way it's supposed to work, or should I playback files in another way?

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