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RCK + RCKD in an expanded call context (ECC) variable

Hi All,

Does any know if it is possible to get the Router Call Key (RCK) and Router Call Key Day (RCKD) in two separated ECC variables ? How can it be done in the ICM scripting ?

Thank you & Regards

Nick


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RCK + RCKD in an expanded call context (ECC) variable

Here you go, good luck.

david

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RCK + RCKD in an expanded call context (ECC) variable

Yes, use a set node in your routing script:

call.user_ecc_valiable

set to

call.routercallkey

You should be able to figure out from the above, if you need a screenshot let me know.

david    

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RCK + RCKD in an expanded call context (ECC) variable

Hi David,

Thank you for your quick answer regarding the possbility of getting RCK+RCKD into an ECC variable.

If you can get me a screenshot I would very much appreciate, thank you !

Now when you mentioned to use a set node in the script with the following command:

call.user_ecc_valiable

set to

call.routercallkey

Do we have to write RCD + RCKD in a single ECC or can we separate RCD and RCKD in two different ECC variables ?

Thank you and kind regards

Nick

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RCK + RCKD in an expanded call context (ECC) variable

Here you go, good luck.

david

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Beginner

RCK + RCKD in an expanded call context (ECC) variable

Hi David,

I'v really appreciated you help on this matter.

Thank you :-)

Nick

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