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Prognosis UC - adjusting duration of records for short calls

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Prognosis UC - adjusting duration of records for short calls

Pretty sure I didn't dream this  but is it possible to amend the product to only populate records for calls = x seconds of duration? I think my instance is set to only show details for calls > 20 seconds but I want to amend this.

 

Can someone remind me where this setting can be changed?

 

Thanks

 

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Re: Prognosis UC - adjusting duration of records for short calls

@Jonathan_Mc

 

what dashboard/display you are looking at? It may be just an easy adjustment to the where clause in the .dpy file, but if you share what view/dashboard you are reffering to, I can verify what needs to be changed, or if possible.


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Shoaib
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Re: Prognosis UC - adjusting duration of records for short calls

@Shoaib_Dilawar

 

Thanks for responding.

It's the Finished dashboards(Avaya Finished Voice streams)- when our system was built, I believe the engineer amended something to make it only show any calls with a duration of > 10 seconds. I want to chnage this to > 5.

 

Thanks

Re: Prognosis UC - adjusting duration of records for short calls

@Jonathan_Mc,

 

you can check out the AV-Voice Stream Finished xxxx displays and modify the duration param to 5. I did not see any ' > 20', so I am not sure if 20 sec is a default anywhere, may be you already have custom display created.image.png


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Re: Prognosis UC - adjusting duration of records for short calls

@Jonathan_Mc,

 

you can ignore my previous post. The filtering is actually done at database collection level and not the displays. So you can just modify the DBC settings. I was warned however, that a shorter duration may bring in some inconsistent data (P/L, jitter, latency etc).

 

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