[Freeswitch-users] Performing system wide initialization during startup

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Mon May 24 12:20:07 PDT 2010

you could use the db_hash for runtime scoped globals or the plain old db app
for persistant data storage.

On Mon, May 24, 2010 at 1:22 PM, David Swardstrom <
dswardstrom at remotelink.com> wrote:

> I am recreating a conferencing application on FreeSwitch to replace a
> proprietary application
> originally developed using Dialogic ISDN hardware.
> I am using mod_conference and a JavaScript application based on the
> JavaScript samples.
> As part of this application, I have to track some counters and other data
> that are global
> to all of the conference/channel instances. I would like to initialize this
> code during
> startup. I could do this multiple ways including using C or C++ code.
> I would prefer to accomplish this by running a small JavaScript or C based
> application
> during Switch Startup to set some Global Variables based on data in an XML
> file.
> Is there a way to do this currently?
> Or is this a case where a new specialized module needs to be developed?
> Regards,
> Paul David Swardstrom
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