About this Document

This document provides installation instructions for CVP11.5(1) ES11. It also contains a list of CVP issues resolved by this engineering special. Please review all sections in this document pertaining to installation before installing the product. Failure to install this engineering special as described may result in inconsistent CVP behavior.

This document contains these sections:

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About Cisco CVP (and CVP Engineering Specials)

This ES contains callserver.jar which supports the VRU only deployment models.

CVP Compatibility and Support Specifications

CVP Version Support

CVP Component Support

Supported CVP Components

CVP11.5(1) ES11 is compatible with and should be installed on these CVP components:

Unsupported CVP Components

Do not install this engineering special on any of the following components:

CVP Engineering Special Installation Planning

Installing CVP11.5(1) ES11

1. Perform Graceful Shutdown on CVP Call Server using OAMP.

2. Run the patch installer.

3. Reboot the machine.

 Uninstall Directions for CVP11.5(1) ES11

To uninstall this patch, go to Control Panel. Select "Add or Remove Programs". Find the installed patch in the list and select "Remove".

Note: Patches have to be removed in the reverse order in which they were installed. For example, if you had installed patches 3, then 5, then 10 for a product, you will need to uninstall patches 10, 5 and 3 in that order to remove all patches for that product.

Resolved Caveats in this Engineering Special

This section provides a list of significant CVP defects resolved by this engineering special. It contains these subsections:

Note: You can view more information on and track individual CVP defects using the Cisco Bug Toolkit located at: http://www.cisco.com/support/bugtools/Bug_root.html

Resolved Caveats in CVP11.5(1) ES11

This section lists caveats specifically resolved by CVP11.5(1) ES11.

Index of Resolved Caveats

Caveats in this section are ordered by CVP component, severity, and then identifier.
Be sure to include ALL of the resolved caveats for the files you're delivering, i.e. all of the caveats from the release notes of the previous ES which included these files.








Type 7 VRU,fails with Invalid Session error

Detailed list of Resolved Caveats in This Engineering Special

Caveats are ordered by severity then defect number.
Be sure to include ALL of the resolved caveats for the files you're delivering, i.e. all of the caveats from the release notes of the previous ES which included these files.

Defect Number: CSCvd96003

Component: ss_vxml

Severity: 3

Headline: Type 7 VRU,fails with Invalid Session error

All calls to Type 7 VRU fail with following errors EventRouter:executeEvent: Session not found or destroyed for the event handle Invalid Session IVREvent Cause=E_SERVICE_CTRL_NOT_SUPPORTED

Type 7 VRU Only on UCCE 11.5(1)

Use Type 10 VRU

Further Problem Description:

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Contacting TAC by Using the Cisco TAC Website

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