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Tue Mar 16 12:59:46 PDT 2010
The way I understand it, it gets triggered by the a leg hanging up, same
as xml_cdr. I would imagine the channel changes, and if you were
comparing the xml_cdr of the same call, you would see the original call
as well. You might also have some luck with looking at the b leg cdr,
if you have that turned on.
That's the extent of my guesswork.
On 3/16/2010 1:10 PM, Troy Anderson wrote:
> What triggers mod_cdr_csv to log a call?
> I'm not sure if what I'm experiencing is due to my mistake or otherwise, but here's the situation.
> Incoming call (via PSTN or a VoIP provider) -> Extension 105 and answered
> 105 transfers to 115, 115 answers, 105 completes transfer
> The call progresses and is 115 finally hangs up.
> The Master.csv only gets one line added to it - the 105 to 115 call. Nothing about the incoming caller.
> If I knew what triggered the log entry, I could try to track the issue down in my dial plan.
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