PollCat NetLink-VIP & PollCat NLJ-VIP - User’s Guide
2. Deﬁne Format: Deﬁnes the Data Filter Format as described in
3. Display Clue Details: After Clues are deﬁned, this item is used to
review parameters assigned to each Clue.
4. Deﬁne Clues: Several Data Filter parameters can be combined into
a single Clue, or individual parameters can be deﬁned under separate
Clues to create a logical "Or" condition. Section 8.3 describes
5. Edit Clues: Allows the user to edit or alter existing Clues.
6. Delete Clues: After Clues are deﬁned, this item can be used to delete
individual clues as described in Section 8.3.
8.2. Defining the Data Filter Format
The Data Filter Format describes the location of various "ﬁelds" within
each call record. Proper deﬁnition of the Data Filter Format tells the VIP
where to look, in order to determine if a given record should be omitted
Different types of PBX units will produce records with a slightly different
structure. In order to deﬁne the Data Filter Format, you must ﬁrst examine
several records from the PBX. This will allow you to determine the exact
After the format has been determined, the next step is to assign variables
to the ﬁelds that you intend to monitor. The Data Filter Format allows
deﬁnition of up to 26 variables (the uppercase letters A through Z), which
are used to indicate speciﬁc call record ﬁelds or locations. These variables
are used later when deﬁning Data Filter Clues.
DATA FILTER 1:
1. Data Filter Action: Store
2. Deﬁne Format
3. Display Clue Details
4. Deﬁne Clues
5. Edit Clues
6. Delete Clues
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Figure 8.1: Data Filter Conﬁguration Menu (Data Filter 1 Shown)