[Freeswitch-users] Is there equivalent of "last_bridge_to" but showing "last_originated_leg"
mike at jerris.com
Thu Aug 18 20:16:12 MSD 2016
look in the xml cdr, it's in there for sure.
On Thursday, August 18, 2016, Victor Chukalovskiy <
victor.chukalovskiy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Good day,
> My ultimate goal is for any given a-leg CDR to find the very last b-leg
> var "last_bridge_to" allows to find last b-leg for any given a-leg as
> long as call was actually "bridged". However, if given a-leg had b-leg
> originated, but no actual media or ring-back happened, variable
> "last_bridge_to" remains empty. So I can't use that.
> So is there a single variable on a-leg CDR that contains UUID of the
> last "originated" leg?
> I know there are arrays e.g. "originated_legs" or "originate_causes", so
> worst case scenario I can iterate and pick the last UUID in either one
> of these arrays. But this means external code or fancy trigger functions
> upon CDR SQL insert. Trying to avoid that.
> Many thanks!
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