Call Server: VMS Administrator Replaces Video Content While Agent is Pushing Initial Video to Caller

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== VMS Administrator Replaces Video Content While Agent is Pushing Initial Video to Caller ==
== VMS Administrator Replaces Video Content While Agent is Pushing Initial Video to Caller ==

Latest revision as of 18:55, 18 December 2009

VMS Administrator Replaces Video Content While Agent is Pushing Initial Video to Caller

Problem Summary Note: An administrator should be aware that deleting/replacing/moving video files while calls are being served can result in unpredictable behavior. VMS is limited in that it cannot control how the Darwin Streaming Server or the IVP server will react to file changes. However, the results are very minor. At worst, the currently playing video stops, which is not fatal to the system.

VMS Administrator replaces a .3gp video file w\new content, but retains the same filename while a VMS Agent is Pushing the initial video to a Caller. The video displaying in the Callers window stops.

Error Message none
Possible Cause none
Recommended Action VMS Agent must reselect the video and then Push it to the Caller. The new video content will display to the Caller.
Release Release 7.0(2)
Associated CDETS # None.

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