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Copy Extension on 11c

Copy Extension on 11c

Copy Extension on 11c

(OP)
I have an extension 4510 and i want it to have the same settings as 4519 so how can i just copy the extension ??

RE: Copy Extension on 11c

They must be the same set type. Find the TN for both.
print the TNs for both. Make changes from reveiwing the printouts.

Or, They must be the same set type, Find the TN for both. Print the TN for Both, Out the TN for 4519, copy set from TN of 4510 to TN for 4519, make any changes for this set like SCC, DIG, Rollover line, name display...

To find TN
Req: PRT
Type: DNB
DN: 4510, 4519
<cr> until prints

To Print TN
Req: PRT
Type: TNB
TN: xx x xx xx (enter the TN from the DNB printout)
<cr> until prints

To Chg
Req: CHG
Type: (enter the set type below the TN from the DNB printout)
TN: xx x xx xx (enter the TN from the DNB printout)
ECHG: Yes
Item: enter the item and the prompt to change for example (cls MWA)
Item: repeat until all changes are made <cr> when done

To Copy
Req: CPY 1
Type:(enter the set type below the TN from the DNB printout)
CFTN: (enter the TN for 4510)
TN: (enter the TN for 4519)
DN: 4519
<cr>

RE: Copy Extension on 11c

(OP)
What if i just want to add the 4510 to teh call group that the 4519 is in???

RE: Copy Extension on 11c

is 4519 an acd group?

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