[asterisk-users] Queue App - Set monitoring dynamically
equissoftware at gmail.com
Mon Nov 17 05:04:14 CST 2008
Thanks a lot Matt!
On Sun, Nov 16, 2008 at 9:25 PM, Matt Riddell <lists at venturevoip.com> wrote:
> On 15/11/2008 3:58 a.m., equis software wrote:
> > I found this property in queue.conf
> > ; Calls may be recorded using Asterisk's monitor resource
> > ; This can be enabled from within the Queue application, starting
> > ; when the call is actually picked up; thus, only successful calls are
> > ; recorded, and you are not recording while people are listening to MOH.
> > ; To enable monitoring, simply specify "monitor-format"; it will be
> > ; otherwise.
> > ;
> > ; monitor-format = gsm|wav|wav49
> > but I need to monitor queue calls depending on the time, not everytime.
> > I have configured queue.conf in my postgres, but I don´t like to put an
> > automatic taskin Linux to insert row, reload in Asterisk and then delete
> > row and reload Asterisk when time is over.
> > Dynamically I can set in queue app to caller or called ca monitor their
> > calls using
> > - w — allow the called user to write the conversation to disk via
> > Monitor.
> > - W — allow the calling user to write the conversation to disk via
> > Monitor.
> > But I need to monitor all the calls.
> > I do some operation in dialplan depending the time using
> > GotoIfTime(21:00-09:00|sat|*|*?context1|96|1)
> > Have Queue App any option to resolve this that I´m forgetting?
> You could create two queues with the same members. I.E. myqueue and
> Then based on time, send the calls to one queue or the other.
> Kind Regards,
> Matt Riddell
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