[Freeswitch-users] Is there equivalent of "last_bridge_to" but showing "last_originated_leg"
mike at jerris.com
Thu Aug 18 21:05:44 MSD 2016
I’m not positive you’ll find it in the variables. Just grep for the right uuid in one to confirm where you can find it. You should see similar info in the json cdr, but probably not in any of the flat formats.
> On Aug 18, 2016, at 12:26 PM, Victor Chukalovskiy <victor.chukalovskiy at gmail.com> wrote:
> Thanks Michale, which chan var do you refer by "it"? I imagine if it's present in XML CDRs, it would be feasible via any other CDR output method...
> On 16-08-18 12:16 PM, Michael Jerris wrote:
>> look in the xml cdr, it's in there for sure.
>> On Thursday, August 18, 2016, Victor Chukalovskiy <victor.chukalovskiy at gmail.com <mailto: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 CDR.
>> 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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