This function returns the pin which is configured for the current script user to login to his SwyxPhone.
Dim sPhonePIN sPhonePIN = PIN()
This function returns a string value.
This pin is configured within the SwyxWare Administration User Configuration panel.
When implementing own pin verifications in call routing script, one can easily come to the conclusion that using an own variable with the name pin.
This will now interfere with the build-in function PIN() (VBScript is case insensitive) and instead of somehow throwing an error because a name is re-used, it favors the function above the variable.
So if you use a comparision like this to check if an entered pin ok
it will not check if the caller entered "12345" which has been stored into the own variable pin, but instead if the users' phone login PIN() is "12345".
No error is thrown, but this is definitely not the intended behaviour.
The solution for this problem is easy: don't name your own variable pin, but for exmple sPin.