I'm having troubles to make any change in the finesse layouts, it seems that i'm unable to put any modification whenever I do, the layout is created correctly in the script and in finesse administration page using the same exact name but nothing happens
used different browsers, deleted all the cookies, disconnected and reconnected the agent, no changes
the screenshot below shows exactly what I have
any idea guys ?
Yes, it should be user.Layout and make sure the number value for maximum length is sufficient with the layout name you've provided in Finesse CFAdmin
Omar is correct. The variable can be called user.layout or user.Layout. If both are present, user.layout has priority. Those names are exact.
Even if you don't intend to have a number of custom scenario-driven layouts. it's advisable to create a single layout - say "inbound" and set that in all your scripts.
Create the arrangement you desire for inbound. Now default is available - and you should modify it to remove all call variables and adornments. That means when an agent makes an outbound call they don't Finesse display a bunch of irrelevant call variables, which looks unprofessional.
For UCCX, follow below steps to populate enterprise data in finesse.
The Step for Enterprise Data on Finesse uses 3 simple configuration steps:
1. On the UCCX script editor, go to Settings -- Expanded Call Variables and create a new ECC
The format should be of the type "user" + "Name". Here I have used SSN as the name of the ECC variable.
2. Add a Set Enterprise Call Info step with the ECC Variable created as per the screenshot
Note that I mapped the existing value of CSQ which was already a part of my IVR script. This
could be used to populate any new variable/Value.
3. Modify the Call Variable Layout on the Cisco Finesse Administration page:
Choose where you would want to see the ECC variable. In the example below, I have assigned
it to the Call Body Left Layout.
Choose a Display Name and select the variable Custom. Note that the user is already
prepended to the variable, so I just enter SSN. The final config looks like below:
4. Save the configuration.
5. Login to Finesse Desktop and you should see the variable on the Left Body Layout.
Call Peripheral Variables:
These are easy to configure and require the following:
1. On the properties of the Set Enterprise Call Info Step, choose General Tab and add a field.
Assign it Call.PeripheralVariable1
In the example below, I have used a value that comes inbuilt from the IVR script, but this
would be a custom value for the customer.
2. After the above, login to Cisco Finesse administration and assign the callVariable1 to the
i don't think dot separator is required while creating ECC variable for UCCX. Yes its mandatory or automatically takes dot separator while creating ECC variable in UCCE.