| Recommended Action ||Some amount of ECC variable space can be freed up by doing the following:
- As of Unified ICME 6.0 SR1, there are a number of Unified CVP ECC variables that are no longer needed. You can save about 170 bytes by deleting them from your Unified ICME configuration. They are:
- – user.num.steps.executed
- – user.session.handled
- – user.task.id
- – user.connect.script.config
- – user.connect.script.name
- – user.connection.type
- – user.last.redirected.address
- In addition, if you have Unified CVP ECC variables which you are not using and have set them to a length of 1, they can now be eliminated as well, as of Unified ICME 6.0 SR1. That may save a few more bytes.
- You may want to switch to VXML Server scripting. All of the ECC-heavy IVR Service speech-enabled scripting that would normally require lots of ECC variables can now be confined to the VXML Server.