Use this command in application parameter configuration mode to configure parameters in a package or service. A package is a linkable set of C or Tcl functions that provide functionality invoked by applications or other packages. A service is a standalone application.
The parameters available for configuration differ depending on the package or service that is loaded on the gateway. The param register Tcl command in a service or package registers a parameter and provides a description and default values which allow the parameter to be configured using the CLI. The param register command is executed when the service or package is loaded or defined, along with commands such as package provide, which register the capability of the configured module and its associated scripts. You must configure and load the Tcl scripts for your service or package and load the package in order to configure its parameters. See the Tcl IVR API Version 2.0 Programming Guide
for more information.
When a package or service is defined on the gateway, the parameters in that package or service become available for configuration when you use this command. Additional arguments and keywords are available for different parameters. To see a list of available parameters, enter param ?.
To avoid problems with applications or packages using the same parameter names, the parameter namespace,
concept is introduced. When a service or a package is defined on the gateway, its parameter namespace is automatically defined. This is known as the service or package’s local parameterspace, or "myparameterspace." When you use this command to configure a service or package’s parameters, the parameters available for configuration are those contained in the local parameterspace. If you want to use parameter definitions found in different parameterspace, you can use the paramspaceparameter-namespace
command to map the package’s parameters to a different parameterspace. This allows that package to use the parameter definitions found in the new parameterspace, in addition to its local parameterspace.
Use this command in Cisco Unified Communication Manager Express 8.5 and later versions to define the username and password parameters to authenticate packages for Forced Authorization Code (FAC)
When a predefined password is entered using the param passwd keyword, callers are not requested to enter a password. You must define a filename for user-prompt to play an audio prompt requesting the caller to enter a valid username (in digits) for authorization. Similarly, you must define a filename for passwd-prompt to play an audio prompt requesting the caller to enter a valid password (in digits) for authorization.