birgit at westhawk.co.uk
Tue Nov 25 06:03:37 PST 2008
Sorry to nag you again.
I'm getting close to my deadline and I would like to give our customer
some feedback on this issue.
Would you be so kind to explain what the issue is with recording rings
when doing 'new Session(originate_url)'?
As far as I've been able to work out, this statement will only return after
a) the (or some) timeout has expired or
b) the user has picked up
Only in case b) we've got a originated session, that can be used to
record. However, since the user has already answered, the rings are not
Is that right?
On 24/11/08 11:11, Birgit Arkesteijn wrote:
> Hi Michael,
> Thanks for your effort and feedback.
> I dial multiple endpoints, but I dial them sequentially, i.e. I will
> only dial the next merchant, when the previous one hangs up.
> In this scenario, each "task" always only involves two channels: one
> consumer and one merchant.
> One potential complication is that after the merchant picks up, I'll
> transfer (bridge?) him/her to a conference call where the consumer is
> waiting. I would like the recording to continue after this bridging.
> "Long live FreeSWITCH!" ;-)
> Cheers, Birgit
> On 21/11/08 01:05, Michael Collins wrote:
>> After reviewing my dialplan I realize now that what I'm doing won't
>> work for the scenario you've got, specifically because I am never
>> dialing multiple endpoints. I'm going to ruminate on this for a little
>> while and see what I can think of. I'm sure there's a way to do it.
>> "If FreeSWITCH can't do it, nothing can!" :)
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