Can you elaborate on where you found reference to 'axlServices.war'?
UC Manager does not support ODBC access to any of its local resources (like CDRs) AFAIK. Perhaps you are referring to a very old document related to UC Manager version 4 or earlier, which were Windows based. As of UCM 5+, the product has moved to a linux appliance model, with more defined interfaces.
UCM can provide CDR records to applications via two mechanisms:
- FTP 'push'. Up to 3 applications can be configured in UCM to receive uploads of the CDR records (CSV format) periodically (default every minute.) UCM manages all the aspects of CDR storage, tracking and delivery. This is the primary mechanism apps should use for CDR solutions
- CDR On Demand API. This is a SOAP services that allows applications to query for and request FTP push delivery of individual CDR files (CSV format.) This interface is used primarily for admin purposes, e.g. to browse and retrieve specific CDR files for forensic analysis.
There is not a simple mechanism to get an individual phone's call history on demand, as that history is stored in bulk CDR files. The best approach is usually to subscribe the app for FTP push delivery of CDRs, then import them into some kind of local database which is then available for querying.