CDRv5 Client – Database Administration
Dialed & Terminating Alias Tables
For either Dialed or Terminating table you can give an alias to each number. By default, the alias is the number itself.
Dialed & Terminating Group Tables
Grouping numbers allows the user to group selected numbers as one entity for the purpose of querying the database and generating reports. You can create Dialed Groups and Terminating Groups. First create the group record in the left panel, and then add the numbers belonging to the group in the right panel. Numbers can be entered in the grid without formatting symbols such as dashes and parenthesis.
Caller Regions Table
A caller region is a set of numbers that represents anything from a large geographical region to a specific caller. On the left panel, you can name a region in English and an alternate language. Caller regions are used in querying and generating reports.The caller region is represented by a list of numbers followed by a wildcard character. For example, Mexico would be represented by "52*". The U.S. State of Idaho would be represented by two numbers: "208*" and "986*". You can also be very specific and provide full phone numbers. If the wildcard is omitted, the caller region is the exact number.
To create a pre-defined list of caller regions, select a specific set of caller regions in the "Pre-Defined Caller Regions" and click add "Pre-Defined Caller Regions".
The Associations table correlates the dialed number to the terminating numbers that were associated in the CDR and CPM tables.
The Feeds table lists the sources used to populate the CDR and CPM tables.
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