I recently upgraded a customer's IPCC 4.0 to UCCx 8.2 SU2. Things seemed to be working great with my scripts until I ran into some issues with uploading XML files.
The idea is that the customer dial a directory number eg. 5555 and then be prompted to enter 1 to turn ON or vice-a-versa if it is turned on. I have attached the XML file as it seems just a very simple file. I can't seem to get the file STATE to change to ON once I enter 1 as prompted. It takes my input during a reactive debug but I go and check the file and it is unchanged.
I have been pouring over post after post and it seems every answer is different. Some posts say I need an "authenticate user" step and then "upload document step". Others say I just need to change the directory structure. I already know not use C:\filename.xml and instead use DOC[filename.xml]. I also know NOT to use the CREATE FILE step as it is not supported.
Instead of using the CREATE FILE step I use the CREATE XML DOCUMENT STEP and reference the output as DOC.
Then I use the GET XML Document Data
Then later I use the WRITE DOCUMENT STEP
Below are my parameters
I can't seem to get the file to correctly change from STATE OFF to STATE ON. Can someone please point me in the right direction. Attached is my script.
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