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  • 4.4 - Scope

    4.4 - Scope



    This property sets the scope, i.e. the visibility, of a persistent variable. It takes a numerical value from 1 - 4. Any other values will be ignored.


    If you omit this property the default scope is used. This is the user scope if you use the persistent variables within a call routing script of a user, or the group scope if you use the persistent variable within a call routing script of a group.


    If you use the persistent variable outside of a call routing script (new in v1.1.0) the default scope is the global scope.


    For convenience purpose there are four VBScript constants defined for the four available scopes: SCOPE_NAMESPACE (1), SCOPE_USER (2 - default in user call routings), SCOPE_GROUP (4 - default in group call routings) or SCOPE_GLOBAL (3).


    Dim Announcement
    Set Announcement   = new PersistentVariable
    Announcement.Name  = "Welcome"
    Announcement.Scope = SCOPE_GLOBAL


    The above example set the scope of the persistent variable Welcome to global, meaning that this variable is visible and accessible from all scripts of all users and groups.



    Tom Wellige


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