[asterisk-users] Asterisk13 don't execute h exten inside macros
johnkiniston at gmail.com
Thu Nov 20 11:41:29 CST 2014
I can't answer if the 'h' extension inside macros was deprecated but I do
see a change to CDR processing in the Upgrade notes for 13.
setting now defaults to yes, instead of no. When set to no, this setting
will cause a new CDR to be generated when a channel enters into hangup
logic (either the 'h' extension or a hangup handler subroutine). In
general, this is not the preferred default: this causes extra CDRs to be
generated for a channel in many common dialplans"
You may want to take a look at Hangup Handlers
They work anywhere because they are attached to the channel instead of
being dependent on where the call is inside your dialplan.
On Thu, Nov 20, 2014 at 10:27 AM, Alonso Genis <alonso at planetfone.com.br>
> We are try new Asterisk13 and was noted it don't execute h exten
> priorities inside macros.
> We have a macro where we make all our call processing, and we use h exten
> inside it for billing (updating CDR(vars)).
> If context where that macro is called have some h extens, asterisk execute
> them. So, I wonder, h exten inside macros was deprecated?
> Thanks in advance.
> Alonso Genis
> Analista de Desenvolvimento
> alonso at planetfone.com.br
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