^ B01 Data Release Mode
Releases Data Records and Alarm Records that PollCat III has collected from the PBX. This
command will accept a number of optional arguments as described below.
•When call data is released in groups of "n" records or blocks (e.g. ^B01,30),
Command ^B02 is used to display the next group of "n" records or blocks.
•To exit Data Release Mode and return to Command Mode, type ^B30 [Enter].
•While Data Release Mode is active, PollCat III responds to XON/XOFF
(start/stop) codes for flow control.
•If Command ^B54,2 (Release Data with ^B02) is active, and Command ^B01,n is
invoked to release data in groups of "n" records or blocks, a ^B02 will be required
in order to release the first group of records or blocks.
•If Command ^B52,2 (Hold "END DATA" Message) is active, and Command
^B01,n is invoked to release data in groups of "n" records or blocks, a ^B02 will
be required in order to release the "END DATA" message.
When Command ^B01 is invoked with command options, the following format is used:
,type The ,type argument offers the following options:
,A Release Alarm Records only.
,D Release Data Records only.
,clue Release Alarm Records for clue only.
,source The ,source argument offers the following options:
,PA Release records received via PBX Port A.
,PB Release records received via PBX Port B.
@n (Offset) Releases records starting with the "nth" record, where "n" is a
positive, whole number. For example, if ^B01@234 is entered, PollCat III
will release records, starting with the 234th record.
,n (Count) Releases records in groups of "n". For example, if ^B01,555 is
entered, PollCat will release records in groups of 555.
•Square brackets are not included when the command option is entered. They are
shown here in order to indicate an option.
•Each command option is preceded by a comma, with the exception of the Offset
command (@n). The Offset command is preceded by the "@" character. Do not
enter a comma before the "@" character.
•The ,clue and ,source options are not available in Binary Block Mode.
•When the ASCII Block Mode or Binary Block Mode are selected, command
options will release blocks instead of individual records.
•After all specified data is released, PollCat will send the "END DATA" message.
Options can also be combined. For example, ^B01,clue,n will release records for the
Alarm Clue “clue” in groups of "n" records or blocks.
PollCat III - Pollable Call Accounting Terminal, User's Guide Command Reference Guide