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4.0.35 Delta server

4.0.35 Delta server

4.0.35 Delta server

Hi All,

I have the engineers tool kit for 2.1(15) within which there is documentation for Delta server (SMDR) for delta Server 4.0(29).

Does anybody know where I can find documentation for delta server 4.0(35). I would like to know which output fields represent which data.

I hope you guys can help


RE: 4.0.35 Delta server

As far as i know there are no changes in the output different as reported in the documentation.
If there are changes i would immediatly have some resellers jumping on me because their collecting software does not report anymore.

RE: 4.0.35 Delta server

intrigrant-Thanks for the reply.

We were running DS 4.0(29) on IPO V2.1(24). In the Dialled_number and Called_number fields the output was as follows: 0845xxxxxxx;  (the x denote digits i have replaced)

the character that caused concern was the ';'.

We are going to upgrade the unit to v.2.1(27) and DS to 4.0(35) since when we tested this two versions together every thing seem fine.

Many thanks


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