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XTools_CMDR_Browser_Function

The function is used for mounting or loading CMDR database file (an mdb file) and then doing several other functions in this mounted CMDR database.

It also enables some new sub-functions as shown below.

To connect (i.e., mount or load) a database (mdb), select Database function.

In any directory of your PC, select mdb database file to be connected.

After connecting to database, you may apply filtering with using the Select function.

The Select function opens a window with numerous filtering criteria.

Applicable filters are as follows:

  • Date range : CMDR records between the two dates are selected
  • Time range : CMDR records between the two times are selected
  • Duration min/max : CMDR records for calls lasting longer than min seconds and shorter than max seconds are selected
  • External charge pulse min/max : CMDR records for external calls charged more than min pulses and less than max pulses are selected
  • Internal charge pulse min/max :CMDR records for internal calls charged more than min pulses and less than max pulses are selected
  • Used port (Uport) : The list includes records with a specific used port (or used line) edited into the box to the left.
  • Dialled digits : The list includes records with a specific dialled digits prefix edited into the box to the left.
  • Calling number The list includes records with a specific calling number prefix edited into the box to the left.
  • Charge pulse price/unit In CMDR reports, it is possible to list charging in terms of price and currency. Edit price in box to the left and currency to the right.
Then summary row at the bottom will show the total accumulated charging information with prices for both internal and external charge pulses.
  • Listed Users
  • All, time sorted : The list is sorted according to call time stamp in ascending order.
  • All, user sorted : The list is sorted according to users in ascending order.
  • Selected users : In Users function, some users may be set as selected. Selected users are with * in Sel row of Users. If desired, only records of selected users may be listed out.
  • Single user : The list includes a single user. The relevant user is selected from the pull-down selection box to the right.
  • Departments : The list includes records of users, who belong to the same department. Departments should have been previously defined in XTools Users function. The relevant department is selected from the pull-down selection box to the right.
  • Sections : The list includes records of users, who belong to the same section. Sections should have been previously defined in XTools Users function. The relevant section is selected from the pull-down selection box to the right.
  • Xymphony IP : The list includes only the records collected from the selected Xymphony IP address. The IP address 0.0.0.0 indicates no IP address check.
  • Record variant : The list includes selected record types as shown below.
  • Incoming side : The list may include All incoming calls, or only Incoming subscriber calls, or only Incoming trunk calls.
  • Outgoing side : The list may include All outgoing calls, or only Outgoing subscriber calls, or only Outgoing trunk calls.
  • Star count : Telesis systems are capable of marking calls with Star counts depending on the route or destination. This is done in Xymphony (or Telesis system) programming. So that, any CMDR record has its star count value. The list may include all records (independent of its star count) or relevant calls with the selected star count value.
  • Line format :
  • Long line format lists records with all details like star count, deflection info, date, time, user, generated charge pulses, incoming charge pulses, dialed digits, duration, used port, calling number, used digits, user IP address, Xymphony IP address.
  • Short line format lists records with some but still very sufficient details like date, time, duration, dialed digits, charge amount, generated charge pulses, incoming charge pulses, used line, and caller id as shown below.
  • Replace digits :
  • No: Dialed and Calling party number are shown as digits in the list.
  • Dialled digits: Instead of dialed digits, the Name, which is defined in Digits function, is displayed in the list.
  • Calling number: Instead of calling number digits, the Name, which is defined in Clip function, is displayed in the list.
  • Both: Instead of dialed and calling digits, their relevant Names, which are defined in Digits and Clip functions, are displayed in the list.
  • Call direction : Not applicable (valid for voice recorder browser function)
  • Acked calls, free : A record, which has Acknowledged enabled dialed digits definition (with using Digits function), is not charged if this checkbox is marked provided that Replace digits is also set to Dialled digits (or Both).
Similarly a record, which has Acknowledged enabled calling number definition (with using Clip function), is not charged if this checkbox is marked provided that Replace digits is also set to Calling number (or Both).
  • No details : When this checkbox is marked, brief information like total number of calls, total call duration, total charge pulses is listed.

You may either apply a previously stored filter definition (i.e., template) or use a new one. You may also save new filter definitions as a template for future use.

At any time, saved template may be applied on a connected database.

It is also possible to delete a filter template with using Trash function.

The List function applies filtering on the connected database according to filtering definitions.

When the List function executed, the window displays the results of records filtered accordingly.

Since there may be many columns for each record, depending on your PC screen and XTools window size, it may be necessary to scroll right or left to view each column.

If desired, all listed results (i.e. filtered CMDR records from the connected database) may be saved to a disk file.

The file format of the disk file is text for easy view and post-process if desired.

Similarly, listed results may be mail out to a recipient as a text file attachment.

XTools Chart function allows listed results to be displayed as charts for statistics.

If desired, Archive function may be executed to save (or archive) listed results as an original mdb file. Archived results bay be accessed and processed at any time with XTools CMDR Browser.

A selected call record may have dependencies to some other call records and voice records. Telesis systems are capable of generating multiple records for a call, which may have been transferred. Call trace function allows to list all records with the same ID value for detailed investigation and evaluation.

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