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scotty27 (MIS) (OP)
14 Jul 11 18:54
Cisco UCM 8.0.2
I am receiving CDR via SFTP from the Call Manager, the CSV files are quite large for a simple text file and are quickly filling space in the 3rd party billing program. Is there a way to select which CDR fields to output or would there be a better way to retrieve only the essential CDR data (date, time, duration, ext, number etc) Thanks.
Silverblade (TechnicalUser)
15 Jul 11 15:47
Too bad. it's all or nothing. The only thing you can decide is to collect the cmr records (jitter, delay, ect.) aswell as the cdr records.
TriLine (Vendor)
28 Sep 11 12:24
You can turn off the CMR's if you are only interested in CDR data, see here to disable them http://www.cisco.com/en/US/docs/voice_ip_comm/cucm/service/7_0_1/cdr-defs/cdrcmru.html

I am surprised to hear that they are using a lot of space as they should be a few kb each. We do not experience this with our TIM Plus or TIM Enterprise products.

Feel free to visit our website if you need any further information http://www.tri-line.com/cisco/

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