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16-11
Buffer Functions (Polling)
16.3.2. The ^B01 Command Line
If the ^B01 command line does not include optional arguments, and no
partitions have been set, command ^B01 will release all data by default.
Note: If the partition for your port has not been set, the ^B01
command arguments will set the partition location.
Command ^B01 offers the following options:
^B01[,type][,source][@n][,n] [Enter]
Where:
,type Data Type: The following options are available:
,A1 or ,A Records that matched a Clue from
Alarm Filter 1.
,A2 Records that matched a Clue from
Alarm Filter 2.
,ALM Records that matched Alarm Filter 1
and records that matched Alarm Filter 2.
,STD or ,D Standard (Non-Alarm) Records.
,"clue" Clue Name: Release Alarm Records
for clue. The Clue Name must be
enclosed in quotation marks.
,source Source Port: The following options are available:
,PA Records received via PBX Port A.
,PB Records received via PBX Port B.
,PX Records received via the AUX Port.
,PI Records received via the PBX IP Port.
@n Start Record (Offset): Releases records starting with the
"nth" record. For example, if ^B01@234 is entered, data
release will start with the 234th record. If a negative value
is entered, the VIP will determine the starting point by
counting backwards from the end of the records in the
current partition.
,n Record Count: Releases records in groups of "n". For
example, if ^B01,20 is entered, the VIP will release
groups of 20 records, and then pause until ^B02 is sent.
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