Document ID: 112257
With Cisco Agent Dektop (CAD) 8.0, during a direct preview outbound campaign, when a CAD 8.0 agent receives a call, the agent is put in a reserved state. The agent cannot answer or unhold the call because the buttons for the same are greyed out. This document provides information to troubleshoot this issue.
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With Cisco Agent Dektop 8.0, during a direct preview outbound campaign, when a CAD 8.0 agent receives a call, the agent is put in a reserved state. The agent cannot answer or unhold the call because the buttons for the same are greyed out.
This issue can occur if the BAStatus field is not enabled when this is a requirement. For example, if you are using the Direct Preview reservation call, the first letter in the BAStatus field needs to be D. For more information on the BAStatus field, refer to Outbound Option Guide for Cisco Unified Contact Center Enterprise and Hosted 8.0(1) .
In order to enable the Expanded Call Context (ECC) variables using the System Information tool and the Expanded Call Variable List tool, perform these steps:
Open the System Information tool in the Tools > Miscellaneous folder in the ICM Configuration Manager application.
Enable the Expanded call context enabled check-box.
Open the List tools.
Open the Expanded Call Variable List tool.
Click all BAxxxx variables (BAAccountNumber, BABuddyName, BACampaign, BADialedListID, BAResponse, BAStatus, and BATimezone).
From the Attributes tab, click the Enabled check-box for each variable.
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|Updated: Jan 03, 2011||Document ID: 112257|