[Freeswitch-users] Using outbound Event Sockets versus using embed language scripts

Anthony Minessale anthony.minessale at gmail.com
Wed Feb 23 19:26:14 MSK 2011

my $e;
my $foobar;

$e = $con->api("uuid_getvar", "$uuid foobar");

if ($e) {
    $foobar = $e->getBody();

On Wed, Feb 23, 2011 at 1:39 AM, Herman Griffin
<herman.griffin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Unless I'm complicating things, it seems like a drop to write outbound event
> sockets apps versus writing embedded language apps. However, I'm interested
> in writing event sockets apps because I can see an advantage in being able
> to load balance the app by running you app behind a load balancer. One
> simple thing that I am trying to accomplish is collecting digits and doing
> something useful with string of digits that have been collected.
> My first attempt at this is to use the play_and_get_digits dptool, but I
> don't now how to pull data from stored variable so that I can use in the
> script. I slightly modified the freeswitch.git/libs/esl/perl/server2.pl
> script by adding this line:
> $con->execute('play_and_get_digits', '2 5 3 7000 #
> ${base_dir}/sounds/en/us/callie/conference/8000/conf-pin.wav /invalid.wav
> foobar \d+' );
> The next thing that I'd like to do is grab the value in foobar is use it in
> the perl logic.
> Can someone lead me to the next step?
> Does anyone with experience with event socket apps and embedded language
> apps have some useful information about their preferred path?
> Thanks,
> Herman
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