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Skinny Message capture

sdan1
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I get an example of a message, what does calling party mean, how is it different from calling party name, sometimes they are the same

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b.winter
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The "callingParty" is always the calling number. When you have a telephone and you make a call, this is your number of the phone.

The "callingPartyName" can be either the calling number or the calling name or nothing. Which option is selected, depends on how the telephony system (e.g. CUCM) is configured.
E.g. if no calling name is configured, then it probably will automatically be the calling number.

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b.winter
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The "callingParty" is always the calling number. When you have a telephone and you make a call, this is your number of the phone.

The "callingPartyName" can be either the calling number or the calling name or nothing. Which option is selected, depends on how the telephony system (e.g. CUCM) is configured.
E.g. if no calling name is configured, then it probably will automatically be the calling number.

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