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    1. 5.1 - SCOPE_NAMESPACE

      VBScript   This is a VBScript constant defined to the value of 1. This constant will be used to set the Scope of a persistent variable to the namespace scope.   Variables in the namespace scope are visible/accessible for all user's scripts defining the same Namespace name.   Dim Announcement Set Announcement = new PersistentVariable Announcement.Name = "Welcome" Announcement.Scope = SCOPE_NAMESPACE Announcement.Namespace = "Support"   The above
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    2. 5.2 - SCOPE_USER

      VBScript   This is a VBScript constant defined to the value of 2. This constant will be used to set the Scope of a persistent variable to the user scope.   Variables with a scope seto to SCOPE_USER are visible/accessible for all scripts of the current script user.   This is the default scope of every new persistent variable if being used within a call routing for a user. If the variable is used in a call routing for a group the default is SCOPE_GROUP. If being used
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    3. 5.3 - SCOPE_GROUP

      VBScript   1.4.0   This is a VBScript constant defined to the value of 4. This constant will be used to set the Scope of a persistent variable to the group scope.   Variables with a scope seto to SCOPE_GROUP are visible/accessible for all scripts of the current script group.   This is the default scope of every new persistent variable if being used within a call routing for a group. If the variable is used in a call routing for a user the default is SCOPE_USER. I
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    4. 5.4 - SCOPE_GLOBAL

      VBScript   This is a VBScript constant defined to the value of 3. This constant will be used to set the Scope of a persistent variable to the global scope.   Variables in the global scope are visible/accessable for all scripts of all users and groups.   This is the default scope of every new persistent variable if being used outside a call routing script (new in v1.1.0). If being used inside of a user call routing SCOPE_USER is the default scope. If being used inside
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