Cisco Unified MeetingPlace, Release 7.0 -- Meeting Participant Information-Raw Data Export Specifications

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Note: In the following table, TUI stands for Telephone User Interface.


Table: Export Data Specifications-Meeting Participant Information
Field Name Description Size and Type of Value

PartId

See PartID.

0 to 17 ASCII text characters

ConfNum

See ConfNum.

1 to 9 numeric characters

uid

User ID of the meeting participant.

1 to 30 alphanumeric characters

MeetingId

Meeting ID.

Numeric characters

StartTimeOfConf

Date and time when the meeting started.

MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm

nVSecInConf

Amount of time, in seconds, that the participant spent in the voice portion of the meeting.

An unsigned integer

nWFSecInConf

Not supported.

-

nSecsOutboundCalls

Amount of time, in seconds, that the participant spent in a call that was dialed out by the system.

An unsigned integer

VNameHeader

Whether the name of the participant was recorded.

Recorded/Not_Recorded

nOutboundCalls

Number of dial-out calls initiated by this participant

An unsigned integer

nRetries

Number of dial-out retries initiated by this participant

An unsigned integer

TNameHeader

First name and Last name of the meeting participant.


For unprofiled participants, this displays one of the following:

  • Name the guest user enters to join the meeting from the end-user web interface.
  • "Guest User" followed by the phone number or extension from which the user dials in.

0 to 64 alphanumeric characters

SpeakingAbility

Speaking ability of the participant upon leaving the meeting.


Upon entering the meeting, the participant has one of the following speaking abilities:

  • LISTENER-Audience/Listener
  • SPEAKER-Audience/Speaker or Presenter/Speaker
  • SPEAKERPLUS-Moderator/Speaker


In collaborative meetings, all participants are speakers.


The moderator may change the speaking abilities of participants via lecture-style meeting controls, for example:

  • Opening the floor converts all listeners to speakers.
  • Closing the floor converts all speakers to listeners.
  • Moderators are always speakers.


Note, however, that the mute state is controlled by the individual participant, not the moderator. Each speaker chooses whether or not to be muted. Listeners cannot mute or unmute themselves.

  • LISTENER
  • SPEAKER
  • SPEAKERPLUS
  • MUTED_SPEAKER
  • MUTED SPEAKERPLUS

nVUIODsMade

Number of dial-out calls that this participant initiated from the TUI.

An unsigned integer

nTimesQAsked

Number of times a question was asked by the participant.

An unsigned integer

nTimesFGiven

Number of times the floor was given to the participant.

Integer

UpdateTime

When this record was most recently updated.

MM/DD/YYYY hh:mm

nDCSecInConf

Amount of time, in seconds, that the user spent in the web meeting room.

An unsigned integer

nSecInMTGNotes

Amount of time, in seconds, that the user spent listening to recordings and other notes for this meeting.

An unsigned integer



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