When I run the sp_csq_interval, do I have to give start and end time params in UTC? or local timezone? How do I get that information? do I get times (interval_start_time, interval_end_time) in UTC or local time zone?
In database table sheet, it says informix stores all the data in UTC. so do I give UTC as start and end time parameters for the sp_csq_interval ?
Team, Here's an overview of Webex Teams Developer resources.Do you have a nice use-case, app, sample code, etc? Please comment and I will add it!
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Did a little birdie tell you that there is a UI refresh of the Finesse desktop in 12.0? Are you worried that the custom gadget(s) that you spent so many hours building will no longer work? Did you hear that there will be agent to agent chat in this releas...
Reqested to display a CUIC report in Finesse Agent Desktop
User wanted stats from a report they had created in CUIC to be displayed as a new tab in Finesse Agent Desktop.
Attached is a solution I got to work us...
I am working on a Webex Teams Bot. It was quite complicated to find all the necessary information to have a running webhook in python. Therefore, I am sharing a simple way to do it here.
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I wanted to test the custom logging functionality.
There's an easy Library to use.
I made a sample class that matches the Activity Log for Element entry events.