[Freeswitch-users] CDR Behaviour (b_only)

Michael Collins msc at freeswitch.org
Mon Sep 13 13:19:16 PDT 2010

Can you pastebin a dialplan snippet and samples of CDRs in success and
failure scenarios?

On Sun, Sep 12, 2010 at 1:10 PM, Ross McKillop <ross at ossiantelecom.co.uk>wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm curious how others handle CDRs from FreeSWITCH.  I need them to end up
> in
> a MySQL database and the easiest way I've found of achieving this is to use
> the
> mod_xml_cdr module to call a PHP script that inserts the row. Is there a
> preferred
> way of achieving this?
> Also, I only need ONE cdr entry per call, for billing purposes, so what I
> end up doing
> is having process_cdr as "b_only" which works great for successful calls.
> However,
> a call that is not successfully bridged results in two HTTP POST calls to
> my script
> one with is_outbound = true (as I'd expect for the b leg) but also what
> appears to
> be the a leg of the CDR (despite requesting b_only)
> Is this the intended behaviour of "b_only"
> Regards,
> Ross
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