Call Log Elements and Attributes

The following table describes each element and attribute that displays in the call log.

You can place the elements and attributes in any order in your configuration file.

Table 1. Call Log Elements and Attributes

Element

Permitted Values

direction

In, Out

Call direction with respect to the user.

disposition

Busy, Forwarded, Normal, Partial, Preempted, Rejected, RemotelyHandled, Transferred

Indicates what happened to the call. When a call entry is first created, the disposition is set to Partial.

line

Positive integer

The line (or registration) index.

protocol

SIP or H323

The line protocol.

startTime

String

The start time of the call. For example: 2010-01-05T12:38:05 in local time.

duration

String

The duration of the call, beginning when it is connected and ending when the call is terminated.For example: PT1H10M59S .

count

Positive Integer

The number of consecutive missed and abandoned calls from a call destination.

destination

Address

The original destination of the call.

For outgoing calls, this parameter designates the outgoing call destination; the name is initially supplied by the local phone (from the name field of a local contact entry) but may later be updated via call signaling. This field should be used for basic redial scenarios.

For incoming calls, the called destination identifies the requested party, which may be different than any of the parties that are eventually connected (the destination may indicate a SIP URI which is different from any SIP URI assigned to any lines on the phone).

source

Address

The source of the call (caller ID from the call recipient's perspective).

Connection

Address

An array of connected parties in chronological order.

As a call progresses, the connected party at the far end may change, for example, if the far end transfers the call to someone else. The connected element allows the progression of connected parties, when known, to be saved for later use. All calls that contain a connected state must have at least one connection element created.

finalDestination

Address

The final connected party of a call that has been forwarded or transferred to a third party.