[asterisk-users] Storing HANGUPCAUSE in CDR

Andrew Colin andrew at convergedgroup.net
Fri Oct 9 07:50:51 CDT 2015

You can use this


exten => h,1,Set(CDR(userfield)=Hangupcause:${HANGUPCAUSE})

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This was always possible in the past, however does not work in the current
I believe this is a bug.


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From: cervajs at fpf.slu.cz <mailto:cervajs at fpf.slu.cz> 
Date: Fri, 9 Oct 2015 10:04:47 +0200
Subject: Re: [asterisk-users] Storing HANGUPCAUSE in CDR

search in archives
save the records to another table like cdr_extended

Dne 7.10.2015 v 15:26 Ross Beer napsal(a):



I have the following code that operates when a channel is hung-up:



exten => 1,n,Set(CDR(hangupcause)=${HANGUPCAUSE})

exten => s,n,Return()


Before the dial a hangup handler is registered:




The routine is called and the variables are being set, however not on the
channel's CDR which made the call. I believe this is due to the CDR being
closes as soon as the dial returns. 


By changing the cdr option 'endbeforehexten=no' this should keep the CDR
accessible, however all this does is cause another CDR to be created for the
'h' extension.


Is there a way to update the CDR so that a result can be stored per dial?


Thank you in advance,








Marek Cervenka

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