A gsw_request_log table stores outbound dialing activity for reporting, auditing, and other purposes. During installation, the Wizard prompts the user to create a gsw_request_log Table Access object, which allows OCS to access the log table. If the Wizard is not used, than the Table Access object for gsw_request_log table can be created manually by creating a new Table Access object under the tenant that will contain campaign information. This Table Access object must be a table of type, Log table and have the name gsw_request_log. It must also contain a reference to a valid database access point. The actual name of the database table is user-defined.
|Note:||In multi-tenant environments, each tenant can have a separate gsw_request_log table.|
Outbound Contact Manager and Genesys Administrator checks the configuration of this log table every time it starts. If the gsw_request_log Table Access object is configured, but the actual table does not exist in the database, the GUI will create the table. Outbound Contact Server opens the gsw_request_log table for a particular tenant when the dialing session for first campaign/campaign group for this tenant is loaded. Outbound Contact tracks the following call request messages in the gsw_request_log table:
Outbound Contact includes an expanded list of call request messages in a gsw_request_log table. Because the log tracks call request messages for agents, a gsw_request_log table can be used for auditing purposes. The log does not provide any statistical analysis. To view a gsw_request_log table, use the server's DMBS SQL features. For more details, see the "Communication Protocol" chapter in the Outbound Contact Reference Manual.