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Calls logs and duration

Calls logs and duration

Calls logs and duration

(OP)
Hi,
I'm trying to get calls log history; for each caller the list of his calls with duration.
I managed to get calls history using HISTA search.

CODE -->

STA-HISTA:SEARCH,2022-11-29/08:00; 

I'm getting a long list of log history :

CODE -->

F6166 E8 N7403 NO ACT   A1    SM-CR    ADVISORY                22-11-29 09:03:10
      ALARM CLASS:CENTRAL:023
      FORMAT:C
      CDR: NO DIALOG FIELD DEFINED FOR MANDATORY JOB
      GEZ-FILE_1

F2750 M8 N7404 MC TRACE BPB   CP-MSG   CALL TRACING            22-11-29 09:05:00
      ALARM CLASS:CENTRAL:024
         CALLEE:2404
         CALLER:2035
      FORMAT:2 

Important information are marked in bold.
I've 2 questions :
1. How to filter output of HISTA command to get only calls logs
2. Is it possible to get call duration (may be using another command)

Kind regards.

RE: Calls logs and duration

Ad.1
You can try with: "START-HISTA:RTYPE=SEARCH,CONTEXT=MID,MID=FM,NUM=2750;"

RE: Calls logs and duration

(OP)
Thank you @lisluk.
Does anyone has an answer for the 2nd question, please ?

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