The Data Filters
To define the Data Filter Format, proceed as follows.
1. Access command mode as described in Section 19.1. When the Main
Menu appears, type 1 and press [Enter] to access the Status Displays
Screen. Check the Status Screen for the input port that you intend to
filter (Port A, Port B, or AUX). Make certain the Time/Date Stamp
is Off at that port. The Port Configuration menus enable/disable the
Time/Date Stamp at each port.
Note: When the Time/Date Stamp is On, field locations will be
altered; the Time/Date Stamp appends extra characters to each
record. This may cause errors in the Data Filter Format. Disable
this feature prior to storing records that will be used when defining
the Data Filter Format.
2. Press [Esc] to return to the Main Menu. Allow the VIP to collect
several PBX records.
3. From the Main Menu, type 26 and press [Enter] to access the Data
Filter selector menu. When the selector menu appears, type 1 (for
Data Filter 1) or 2 (for Data Filter 2) and then press [Enter]. The Data
Filter configuration menu will appear (Figure 8.1).
4. From the Data Filter configuration menu, type 2 and press [Enter].
The Data Filter Format definition menu will appear as shown in
Figure 8.2.
5. The Data Filter Format definition menu will show three sample PBX
records (if available) followed by the previous format definition (if
available). Although the structure will differ for each type of PBX,
call records will look something like those shown in Figure 8.3.
Examine the call records to determine the field location(s) you intend
to monitor (e.g., number dialed).
In order to assist the user during format definition, several data records
and the previous format are displayed below in the following order:
Data Records (If available)
Previous Format (If available)
Enter new format at cursor.
<Space><Enter> to clear.
Use upper case letters for fields,
'-' between fields
|08:16|075|B.JOHNSON |IN | |00:55|00.00|
|08:18|067|R.JONES |OUT|19495839514 |05:36|00.75|
|08:20|092|J.SMITH |OUT|18008547226 |11:15|00.00|
Figure 8.2: Data Filter Format Definition Menu
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