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    1. 6.1 - Database field definitions

      VBScript   This is how the PersistentVariables table with it's fields is defined:    PersistentVariables --------------------------------------------------------------------------------- PersVarID int unique id of variable Name nvarchar(50) variable name Value nvarchar(1024) * value of variable Scope int scope of variable UserID int * SwyxWare UserID who is granted access (SCOPE_USER) NameSpace nvar
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    2. 6.2 - Master Standby Installations

      VBScript   By default persistent variables are not compatible to Master Standby scenarios.   This is simply to the fact that the IpPbxExtensions database is not replicated automatically into the MS SQL server of the Standby machine.   To use persistent variables in a Master Standby scenario you have two possibilites:   Setup the IpPbxExtensions database along with the PersistentVariables table also on the Standy system and configure a replication between
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    3. 6.3 - Use SQL Server on different machine

      VBScript   When setting up the Persistent Variables extension you are free to setup the IpPbxExtensions database into an SQL server on another machine than the one SwyxWare is installed on.   The Persistent Variables extension is able to connect to the local SQL Server automatically.   If you create the database into an SQL Server on another machine you need to tell the Persistent Variables extension where to look for the database.   This is done in the p
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    4. 6.4 - Use database with different name (other than default name)

      VBScript   When setting up the Persistent Variables extension you are free to create/use into another database than the recommended IpPbxExtensions database.   The Persistent Variables extension uses the IpPbxExtensions database by default.   If you use another database you need to tell the Persistent Variables extension the name of it.   This is done in the properties of the Run GSE Action block that loads the PersistentVariables GSE action.  
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    5. 6.5 - Use different database (other than MS SQL Server, e.g. MySQL or Oracle)

      VBScript   When setting up the Persistent Variables extension you are free to use any type of database on any machine in your network.   If you do so you need to give the Persistent Variable extension a clue of it by giving the complete Connect String.   This is done in the properties of the Run GSE Action block that loads the PersistentVariables GSE action.   Please note: it is highly recommended to use the suggested defaults for the database (local MS S
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    6. 6.6 - Usage of Persistent Variables outside of a call routing script

      VBScript   1.1.0   The persistent variables have been developed to be used inside of call routing scripts. But as the underlying technology is plain VBScript they can also be used everywhere else where you can use VBScript. Please note that for this to work some adaptions needed to be make in the initial releases.   The idea behind is of cause to have the same comfort in using persistent variables somewhere else, like e.g. in web pages or standard VBScripts.   Wh
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