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Example 1: To create an Alarm Clue named SUNDAY, that will generate an alarm when 100
calls are received or placed on Sunday, type the following:
^B81,SUNDAY\100\w=1 [Enter]
Where:
SUNDAY is the Clue Name.
100 is the Critical Count Level.
w=1 instructs PollCat III to flag and count records for calls received or placed on
Sunday (1 = Sunday).
Example 2: To create an Alarm Clue named AFTER_6, that will generate an alarm when 100
calls are received or placed after 6:00 pm (18:00) or before 7:00 am (07:00), type the
following:
^B81,AFTER_6\100\t>18:00+t<07:00 [Enter]
Where:
AFTER_6 is the Clue Name.
100 is the Critical Count Level.
t>18:00 instructs PollCat III to count records for calls received or placed after
18:00 (6:00 pm).
+is the logical OR operator.
t<07:00 instructs PollCat III to count records for calls received or placed before
07:00 (7:00 pm).
Notes:
Real-Time variables are not defined in the Alarm Filter Format.
The Alarm Clue definition can include both Real-Time variables and regular
variables, as well as logical and relational operators.
Values from the internal clock/calendar are not included in the Alarm record,
unless the Time/Date Stamp feature (^B66,2) has been enabled.
Real-Time variables function independently from the Time/Date Stamp. The
Time/Date Stamp feature does not have to be enabled in order for Real-Time
variables to function.
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PollCat III - Pollable Call Accounting Terminal, User's Guide The Alarm Filter (Toll Fraud Detection)
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