This document explains why <N/A> appears in the Skills section with Cisco Supervisor Desktop.
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The information in this document is based on these software and hardware versions:
Cisco ICM version 4.6.2 or later
Cisco Agent Desktop version 4.2 or later
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When you try to display the Skills statistics, no data is displayed for each skill group when Skills is selected in the Team View pane with Cisco Supervisor Desktop. Under the Skills field in the Data View window, it shows N/A.Figure 1—Cisco Supervisor Desktop
Under normal conditions, the Data View displays statistics for each skill group for the current day, starting at midnight. The statistics are automatically refreshed every five seconds.
The mismatch of call queuing and the Cisco ICM Peripheral Gateway (PG) configuration cause this problem. The rules are:
If calls are queued to a base skill group, no sub-skill groups can be configured.
If a skill group does have sub-skill groups configured, calls cannot be queued to the base skill group.Figure 2—PG Explorer
If calls are queued to the base skill group and sub-skill groups are configured, the N/A message appears. If calls are queued to the sub-skill groups, and sub-skill groups are configured, only the calls queued to the primary sub-group are reported.
Note: Agents must be assigned to the base skill group in order for the supervisor to view the skill data for a team in Supervisor Desktop.
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