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ESS: refer to prompted value in speed dialing
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ESS: refer to prompted value in speed dialing
Hello,

I'm discovering Enhanced DSS Keys and it looks promising.

I would like to implement something like this:
- interact with user through a custom prompt asking for a value
- then dialout a prefix with whatever the user replied in previous custom prompt

Simply settings something $P5N4$ does allow me to dialout whatever was prevously entered but I can prepend user reply with a fixed prefix.

In other words, if user enters 1234, 1234 is dialed out.
What I would prefer, is that if user enters 1234, then *991234 would be dialed out.

Best regards
08-19-2019 10:32 AM
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RE: ESS: refer to prompted value in speed dialing
(08-19-2019 10:32 AM)oliv Wrote:  Hello,

I'm discovering Enhanced DSS Keys and it looks promising.

I would like to implement something like this:
- interact with user through a custom prompt asking for a value
- then dialout a prefix with whatever the user replied in previous custom prompt

Simply settings something $P5N4$ does allow me to dialout whatever was prevously entered but I can prepend user reply with a fixed prefix.

In other words, if user enters 1234, 1234 is dialed out.
What I would prefer, is that if user enters 1234, then *991234 would be dialed out.

Best regards

Hi,

Have you ever considered using the Replace Rules in "Dial Plan"?
e.g. Prefix: (x.) - Replace: *99$1

Hope this will help.

Best regards,
Frank.

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08-19-2019 12:41 PM
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RE: ESS: refer to prompted value in speed dialing
(08-19-2019 12:41 PM)complex1 Wrote:  Have you ever considered using the Replace Rules in "Dial Plan"?
e.g. Prefix: (x.) - Replace: *99$1
How can you link this $1 notation to the value entered by the user in previous prompt (see ed.dekprompt.X. settings) ?

Replying to myself, simply prepending a prefix seems to be enough for what I was after.

For instance, with:
features.enhanced_dss_keys.enable = 1
edk.edkprompt.1.enable = 1
edk.edkprompt.1.title = Favorite
edk.edkprompt.1.label = Enter Fav number
edk.edkprompt.1.type = numeric
edk.edkprompt.1.userfeedback = visible
linekey.4.type = 73
linekey.4.line = 0
linekey.4.value = *73$P1N11$$Tinvite$
linekey.4.label = EditFav

Then, pressing Linekey 4, would trigger a custom prompt titled "Favorite".
If user type 12345 in, then *7312345 is dialed.
That is exactly what I was after.

Thanks for helping.
(This post was last modified: 08-19-2019 01:27 PM by oliv.)
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