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
- In the Data Type column, varchar/nvarchar means that the data type is varchar except in multi-language databases that use Unicode, in which case the data type is nvarchar. (The Info Mart database in Cloud deployments is not multi-language.)
In RAA release 8.1.0, this internal table was used to describe the time ranges that are associated with the handling of interactions through queue-type devices within the contact center as they pertain to abandoned or accepted interactions.
In 8.5 releases, RAA populates this table; however, RAA uses the boundaries that are defined by options in the [agg-gim-thld-QUEUE-ABN] and [agg-gim-thld-QUEUE-ACC] sections for computation of STI measures.
- This document shows table information because it is more informative than view information. However, directly querying tables is not supported; perform your queries on views.
- This document shows the HOUR structure for each table, as an example. For each table, the same structure is used for SUBHR through YEAR views.
- Where referenced, IRF resources include:
- Handling resources (such as self-service IVR ports, agents, or non-agent-associated DNs)
- Mediation resources (such as a non-self-service IVR ports, voice treatment ports, ACD queues, routing points, and so forth) where the interaction ends in mediation before being distributed to a handling resource.
- IRF is an abbreviation for the INTERACTION_RESOURCE_FACT table.
- MSF is an abbreviation for the MEDIATION_SEGMENT_FACT table.
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The primary key of this table.
BOUND_1 through BOUND 19
The upper boundaries of the 1st through 19th time ranges.
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