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  • IsUserLoggedOff()

    IsUserLoggedOff()

    Lua   → VBScript

     

    This function returns true of the given user is logged off from the server.

    Please see the Introduction chapter for some usage instructions.

     

    ------------------------------------------------------------------
    -- IsUserLoggedOff
    --
    -- Checks if given user is logged off
    --
    -- Parameter:
    --   sNumber         user name or extension
    --
    -- Return:
    --	boolean
    ------------------------------------------------------------------
    function IsUserLoggedOff( sNumber )
        PBXScript.OutputTrace ("-------------> IsUserLoggedOff ( sNumber = " .. sNumber .. " )")
    
        local bReturn = false
        local oUsers  = nil
    
        oUsers = PBXScript.GetUserByAddress(sNumber)
        if (oUsers ~= nil) then
    
            for i = 1, #oUsers do
    
                PBXScript.OutputTrace ("Found user '" .. oUsers[i]:Name() .. "' with current state '" .. oUsers[i]:State() .. "'")
                bReturn = (oUsers[i]:State() == 1)
    
            end
        end 
    
        PBXScript.OutputTrace ("bReturn = " .. tostring(bReturn))
        PBXScript.OutputTrace ("<------------- IsUserLoggedOff")
    
        return bReturn
    end

     

    This function makes use of the Server Script API functions PBXConfig.GetUserByAddress() to get the current status of the given user and PBXScript.OutputTrace() to write trace information into the SwyxServer trace file.

     

    This function was converted from VBScript into Lua from the initially posted version in this forum topic.
     

     


    Tom Wellige
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