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In the Column List:

  • P = Primary key
  • M = Mandatory field
  • F = Foreign key (where the term is used loosely to indicate a surrogate key reference to a field in another table, not a formal constraint)
  • DV = Default value

Table CALLBACK_DIM_3

Description

Introduced: 8.1.402. Supported for on-premises deployments starting with release 8.5.005.

In partitioned databases, this table is not partitioned.


This dimension table allows callback facts to be described based on attributes that characterize the state of the callback.

Column List

Legend

Column Data Type P M F DV

ID

integer X X

CREATE_AUDIT_KEY

numeric(19) X X

FINAL_TARGET

varchar(255) X UNKNOWN

DISPOSITION

varchar(50) X UNKNOWN

ID

The primary key of this table. This ID is referenced from other tables as CALLBACK_DIM_3_KEY.

CREATE_AUDIT_KEY

The surrogate key that is used to join to the CTL_AUDIT_LOG control table. The key specifies the lineage for data creation. This value can be useful for aggregation, enterprise application integration (EAI), and ETL tools--that is, applications that need to identify newly added data.

FINAL_TARGET

Based on KVP: _CB_DIM_FINAL_TARGET

The routing target that was used to find the agent.

DISPOSITION

Based on KVP: _CB_DISPOSITION

The state of the callback, in the format state.substate. If the state cannot be reported, the field is set to the default value, UNKNOWN.

Supported states are:

  • SCHEDULED
  • QUEUED
  • ROUTING
  • PROCESSING
  • COMPLETED

Supported substates are:

  • REDIAL_LIMIT_REACHED
  • CANCELLED
  • AGENT
  • ABANDONED_IN_QUEUE
  • REJECTED
  • PUSH_SEND
  • PUSH_DELIVERY_CONFIRMED
  • PUSH_SEND_ERROR
  • FAILED
  • CONNECTED
  • TRANSFERRED_TO_RP


Index List

CODE U C Description

I_CALLBACK_DIM_3

X Ensures that the combinations of values that are stored in the dimension table are unique.

Index I_CALLBACK_DIM_3

Field Sort Comment
FINAL_TARGET Ascending
DISPOSITION Ascending

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