[asterisk-users] cdr report

aristidis tsitras tsitras at linuxmail.org
Tue Apr 23 10:42:00 CDT 2013

On 04/23/2013 06:23 PM, Ron Wheeler wrote:
> On 23/04/2013 11:09 AM, A J Stiles wrote:
>> On Tuesday 23 April 2013, aristidis tsitras wrote:
>>> Hi. i am running asterisk in a low powered machine (alix2d13 from
>>> pcengines) without any gui. the machine works fine to route all my 
>>> calls
>>> for the office. the problem is the management of the CDRs. i can see 
>>> the
>>> master.csv file, but it is not very friendly for the secretary of this
>>> office to manage the calls.
>>> is there a way to have a nice way to see the CDRs?Since the machine is
>>> very small on CPU, it has to be as low on CPU/RAM consumption as 
>>> possible.
>>> any ideas?
>> CSV files can be opened with any spreadsheet software  (such as 
>> OpenOffice.org
>> calc or Numbers).
>> Alternatively, you can have the CDR using a database.  This can be on 
>> another
>> server.  Note if you are using MySQL, you will have to enable this 
>> yourself;
>> this is because not all of Asterisk is covered by the GPL, and the 
>> code ends up unredistributable.  (But it works as well as anything).  
>> Then
>> write a Web app on the database server to display wanted CDR entries.
> What about a script to convert the CSV to HTML and ftp the html file 
> to a web server where it can be accessed as a browser page?

is it possible to have the script to convert to html? i will send it to 
a folder

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