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Feature Suggestion - vector output to PDF/Visio

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Feature Suggestion - vector output to PDF/Visio

Pretty sure I raised this as a FS a while back -do we know if there are any plans to adopt this into a latter release?

 

Currently, you can view the vector steps in a graphical format but it would be great if this coud be exported into a editable format.

 

 

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Re: Feature Suggestion - vector output to PDF/Visio

Thank you for your feature enhancement suggestion of adding an export function to the Prognosis Avaya Vector/VDN monitoring. We have received a few similar requests to expend the solution to support the visual documentation aspect of the Avaya configurations.
 
We have been reviewing several options such as exporting to PDF, SVG, JPEG, and EPS to assist with documenting of the visual configuration state from particular points in time. These standard formats can be imported into MS Visio or another graphics tools to be modified. Also, we have started to begin looking at other possible short-term solutions paired with Prognosis which could assist as well.
 
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Travis Polland
Senior Product Manager
IR Partner

Re: Feature Suggestion - vector output to PDF/Visio

Hi Travis

 

is there any update on this? I submitted this one over a year back I believe- do we know if its going to be featured in a future release?

Re: Feature Suggestion - vector output to PDF/Visio

Hi,

 

We have a few customer requests including yours for this feature, however, it is currently not on the roadmap.

 

Travis

IR Partner

Re: Feature Suggestion - vector output to PDF/Visio

Thats a shame.

05 Base Camper

Re: Feature Suggestion - vector output to PDF/Visio

I am also interested in having this feature available. 

 

It's really useful when having conversations with business owners to have a graphical representation of a call flow. For a lay person it is much easier to understand than the vector steps.

 

For a programmer when you are running complicated routines it makes validating the flow easier too

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