[asterisk-users] how to use a database

hw hw at gc-24.de
Sat Dec 8 06:10:52 CST 2018

On 12/07/2018 04:14 PM, Administrator TOOTAI wrote:
> Le 07/12/2018 à 15:56, hw a écrit :
>> On 12/07/2018 03:36 PM, Administrator TOOTAI wrote:
>>> Le 07/12/2018 à 14:32, hw a écrit :
>>> [...]
>>>> Queues seem to be the only way to have several phones ring at once, 
>>>> or are there other ways?
>>> Dial(SIP/Phone1&SIP/Phone2&...&SIP/Phonex,,)
>> Good to know, thanks!
>> What are the entries needed in the queue_members table when using 
>> odbc? Alembic made the primary key so that each queue can only have 
>> one entry (What is an interface here?), and there's probably a reason 
>> for that. How do you enter several members for a queue?  Asterisk 
>> seems to either rather crash than to create a queue, or to do nothing.
> Why you don't just add members dynamically in a queu using 
> AddQueueMember/RemoveQueueMember or even with pause/unpause members ?

So far, there's only one queue, and it's members are always the same.

With dynamic queue members, how do you solve the problem of 
automatically recreating queues when restarting asterisk?

> BTW the above dial string has nothing to do with queue, it just a cmd 
> that rings all phones at once.

Yes --- I was looking for a way to do that, and the only way I found was 
using a queue.  I have two cases in one of which a queue is just right 
while ringing several phones at once and not having a queue would be 
better in the other.

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