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8.5.130.61

Voice Platform Reporting Server Release Notes

Release Date Release Type Restrictions AIX HP-UX PA HP-UX IPF Linux Solaris Windows
03/23/15 General X X

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New in This Release

There are no restrictions for this release. This section describes new features that were introduced in this release of Voice Platform Reporting Server.

  • Reporting Server adds support for Windows 2012 64-bit and MS SQL Server 2012.
  • Reporting Server can now filter metrics by metric ID and save them in the database, to avoid database overloading. rs.storage.metricsfilter is the new configurable metrics filter.
    Section: persistence
    Option: rs.storage.metricsfilter
    Valid Values: A comma-separated list of metric values or ranges, in the format 0-16,18,25,35,36,41,52-55,74,128,136-141 (same as in the Reporting Client). Any metric value must be between 0 and 151, inclusive. Also * and blank (no value).
    Default Value: *
    Takes effect: At start/restart
    Specifies which metrics are sent to (and saved in the database by) the Reporting Server. The values * and blank both mean "no filter, send all metrics."


Corrections and Modifications

This release also includes the following corrections or modifications:


Oracle partitioning now works properly when the Reporting Server uses a database user who is not the schema owner. (GVP-22085)


Reporting Server can now start in database mode when using JRE 1.7.0_71 or 1.7.0_72. (GVP-21976)


The variable VXML Peak Session Count can no longer be negative, an incorrect value. (GVP-21944)


The MCP_VXML_COUNTS table no longer grows excessively in non-partitioned mode. (GVP-21924)


The IVR profile Usage Report updates correctly on a Reporting Server running in no-db mode, when multiple IVR profiles share the same name. (GVP-21916)


Reporting Server now reports correct call counts in the Call Dashboard when operating in No Database mode (the RS installer specified No Database for the variable DBMS Engine). (GVP-21877)


An HTTP query to Reporting Server for the detailed IVR actions report now returns the proper message even when a required parameter is not provided. (GVP-21855)


Old data in the partitioned tables no longer prevents Reporting Server from starting. (GVP-21849)


SQ Call Summary Report now properly aggregates data using tenant-id. (GVP-21824)


The IVR Action start-time in the IVR Action Details report is now correct. (GVP-21767)


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