I've edited icd.aef, and when i do the system will not initiate the script (plays the sorry, experiencing problems prompt). If i change it back to the original, it works.
Now, I've accidentally overwritten the original and it won't work. All of the steps are exactly the way they were.
Can you edit the default system scripts in 7.0 ?
Someone attach their 7x icd.aef so he can have an original copy.
Thanks for your help Russell.
However, I did find the bug. It appears to be that UCCX 7.0 doesnt like any new script or even the original script opened in editor and saved back to the system default directory (without even making changes) fails after application refresh. It doesnt like anything in the system default scripts folder under wfavvid except the files which came along with it.
I was able to create, edit, save scripts in a folder other than system default, uploaded the script and it worked perfectly fine.
I don't know why is that, but it would have been great if you can save it in system folder and one doesnt have to upload the script, because I saw that it gets itself available for selection without uploading if its saved in there.
In the UCCX 7.0 after editing any script you need to re-upload the script and refresh the appication. simply editing and saving the script in the system default or at some other place will not actually make the CRS system use the new edited script.
In previous uccx version specifically uccx 4.0 and below it was possible when you save the script in the system default folder but not in uccx 7.0
this is working as designed. hope this will help.