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How do I log CDR / SMDR Data to SQL for a Definity G3 by KenNECIVSIPS
Posted: 16 Sep 02 (Edited 18 Feb 03)

For this I use SerialLogger v121 ($39.99US from http://www.muconsulting.com/)

1.  Set up the definity CDR data to output "customized" data.

2.  I chose the following columns to output, and left the data size default:

   1: acct-code        - 15
   2: attd-console     - 2  
   3: bandwidth        - 2  
   4: bcc              - 1  
   5: calling-num      - 15
   6: clg-num/in-tac   - 15
   7: code-dial        - 4  
   8: code-used        - 4  
   9: cond-code        - 1  
  10: date             - 6  
  11: dialed-num       - 23
  12: duration         - 4  
  13: feat-flag        - 1  
  14: frl              - 1  
  15: in-crt-id        - 3  
  16: in-trk-code      - 4  
  17: ins              - 3  
  18: auth-code        - 13
  19: ixc-code         - 4  
  20: ma-uui           - 1  
  21: node-num         - 2  
  22: out-crt-id       - 3  
  23: ppm              - 5  
  24: res_flag         - 1  
  25: sec-dur          - 5  
  26: time             - 4  
  27: tsc_ct           - 4  
  28: tsc_flag         - 1  
  29: return           - 1  
  30: line-feed        - 1

3.  Set up a table with the following DDL:

    ID             decimal(11,0) IDENTITY,
    date           varchar(6)    NULL,
    time           varchar(4)    NULL,
    sec_dur        varchar(5)    NULL,
    calling_num    varchar(15)   NULL,
    dialed_num     varchar(23)   NULL,
    clg_num_in_tac varchar(15)   NULL,
    bandwidth      varchar(2)    NULL,
    duration       varchar(4)    NULL,
    bcc            varchar(1)    NULL,
    frl            varchar(1)    NULL,
    ins            varchar(3)    NULL,
    ppm            varchar(5)    NULL,
    res_flag       varchar(1)    NULL,
    tsc_ct         varchar(4)    NULL,
    tsc_flag       varchar(1)    NULL,
    acct_code      varchar(15)   NULL,
    attd_console   varchar(2)    NULL,
    code_dial      varchar(4)    NULL,
    code_used      varchar(4)    NULL,
    cond_code      varchar(1)    NULL,
    feat_flag      varchar(1)    NULL,
    in_crt_id      varchar(3)    NULL,
    in_trk_code    varchar(4)    NULL,
    auth_code      varchar(13)   NULL,
    ixc_code       varchar(4)    NULL,
    ma_uui         varchar(1)    NULL,
    node_num       varchar(2)    NULL,
    out_crt_id     varchar(3)    NULL,
    unformatted    varchar(400)  NULL,
    date_logged    datetime      DEFAULT getdate() NOT NULL

4.  Create a stored procedure that looks something like this:

create procedure dbo.CSP_CALL_LOG @unformatted varchar(4000)

    set nocount on

     @acct_code      varchar(15),
     @attd_console   varchar(2),
     @bandwidth      varchar(2),
     @bcc            varchar(1),
     @date           varchar(6),
     @duration       varchar(4),
     @frl            varchar(1),
     @ins            varchar(3),
     @ppm            varchar(5),
     @res_flag       varchar(1),
     @time           varchar(4),
     @tsc_ct         varchar(4),
     @tsc_flag       varchar(1),
     @calling_num    varchar(15),
     @clg_num_in_tac varchar(15),
     @code_dial      varchar(4),
     @code_used      varchar(4),
     @cond_code      varchar(1),
     @call_date      varchar(6),
     @dialed_num     varchar(23),
     @feat_flag      varchar(1),
     @in_crt_id      varchar(3),
     @in_trk_code    varchar(4),
     @auth_code      varchar(13),
     @ixc_code       varchar(4),
     @ma_uui         varchar(1),
     @node_num       varchar(2),
     @out_crt_id     varchar(3),
     @sec_dur        varchar(5)

        set @unformatted = replace(@unformatted,char(0),"")
        set @acct_code = substring(@unformatted,1,15)
        set @attd_console = substring(@unformatted,16,2)
        set @bandwidth = substring(@unformatted,18,2)
        set @bcc = substring(@unformatted,20,1)
        set @calling_num = substring(@unformatted,21,15)
        set @clg_num_in_tac = substring(@unformatted,36,15)
        set @code_dial = substring(@unformatted,51,4)
        set @code_used = substring(@unformatted,55,4)
        set @cond_code = substring(@unformatted,59,1)
        set @date = substring(@unformatted,60,6)
        set @dialed_num = substring(@unformatted,66,23)
        set @duration = substring(@unformatted,89,4)
        set @feat_flag = substring(@unformatted,93,1)
        set @frl = substring(@unformatted,94,1)
        set @in_crt_id = substring(@unformatted,95,3)
        set @in_trk_code = substring(@unformatted,98,4)
        set @ins = substring(@unformatted,102,3)
        set @auth_code = substring(@unformatted,105,13)
        set @ixc_code = substring(@unformatted,118,4)
        set @ma_uui = substring(@unformatted,122,1)
        set @node_num = substring(@unformatted,123,2)
        set @out_crt_id = substring(@unformatted,125,3)
        set @ppm = substring(@unformatted,128,5)
        set @res_flag = substring(@unformatted,133,1)
        set @sec_dur = substring(@unformatted,134,5)
        set @time = substring(@unformatted,139,4)
        set @tsc_ct = substring(@unformatted,143,4)
        set @tsc_flag = substring(@unformatted,147,1)

        if len(@unformatted) > 30
        insert into call_log (unformatted, bandwidth, bcc, duration, frl, ins, ppm, res_flag, time, tsc_ct, tsc_flag,
           acct_code, attd_console, calling_num, clg_num_in_tac, code_dial, code_used, cond_code, date, dialed_num, feat_flag,
           in_crt_id, in_trk_code, auth_code, ixc_code, ma_uui, node_num, out_crt_id, sec_dur)
        values (@unformatted, rtrim(ltrim(@bandwidth)), rtrim(ltrim(@bcc)), rtrim(ltrim(@duration)), rtrim(ltrim(@frl)), rtrim(ltrim(@ins)), rtrim(ltrim(@ppm)),
           rtrim(ltrim(@res_flag)), rtrim(ltrim(@time)), rtrim(ltrim(@tsc_ct)), rtrim(ltrim(@tsc_flag)), rtrim(ltrim(@acct_code)), rtrim(ltrim(@attd_console)),
           rtrim(ltrim(@calling_num)), rtrim(ltrim(@clg_num_in_tac)), rtrim(ltrim(@code_dial)), rtrim(ltrim(@code_used)), rtrim(ltrim(@cond_code)),
           rtrim(ltrim(@date)), rtrim(ltrim(@dialed_num)), rtrim(ltrim(@feat_flag)), rtrim(ltrim(@in_crt_id)), rtrim(ltrim(@in_trk_code)), rtrim(ltrim(@auth_code)),
           rtrim(ltrim(@ixc_code)), rtrim(ltrim(@ma_uui)), rtrim(ltrim(@node_num)), rtrim(ltrim(@out_crt_id)), rtrim(ltrim(@sec_dur)))

5.  Set up SerialLogger to log to the ODBC connection with the following statement:

    exec CSP_CALL_LOG ?

6.  You can convert the data to decimal etc, I havent finished my reports yet.

7.  The column definitions are located in the Administrators Guide, Chapter 20 (Features and technical Reference) under Call Detail Recording

Hope this helps!

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