I want to know how to set up the global hotlinks, like when I press "*" on the phone, it bring me to customer queue page. In main flow, it works. But it didn't work on the subflow when the program run into, let say CardNumberWithConfirm, it will hit no match instead. So is it anyway can get this part work?
Global hotlinks work, but when using the Cisco-DTMF only (when you do
NOT have Nuance speech recognizer) be aware of the following:
1. you must configure the hotlinks using the backslash as an escape
code, so set the hotlink to: \*
2. the gateway NEVER accepts the star key while collecting input from
the caller using the Digits element. Even if you've configured global
hotlinks. If the caller presses * during a Digits element, it causes an
immediate NoMatch event
Other than those 2 things, it will work within an application and a subflow.
3. If you go to another app (SubDialog Invoke or App Transfer) you'll
have to configure the hotlink in each app and determine how to return to
the main app if the caller presses *.
So if it is DTMF only, that is no way to use hotlinks? I try to make hotlink using 0, but when it arrived to digit element, if the first number is 0, it will go to the queue immediately, and I have no way to input more digits... (Especially for DOB, it might start with 0...)
Do you have any good solution for this?
Oh yeah, that's another bad thing about DTMF-Only and hotlinks, if you
have a hotlink 0, you can NOT collect multi-digit strings starting with
0 ... unless you configure the Settings of the Digits element with:
Disable HotLinks: true.
And after collecting digits, you'll need a Decision Element and check if
the ElementData from the Digits element named value equals (as string)
Constant String: 0
Thank you for your help. I try this option on my local machine, didn't try on the server (since the boss deny that logic by don't want user to give high workload to the queue), I think it should also work in there too.