|Release Number||AIX||HP-UX||Linux||Solaris||Tru64 UNIX||Windows|
|8.0.000.04 [11/18/09] – General||X||X||X||X||X|
As of February 1, 2012, Genesys is no longer an affiliate of Alcatel-Lucent; any indication of such affiliation within Genesys products or packaging is no longer applicable. Please see the Genesys website at http://www.genesyslab.com for more details.
This release note applies to all 8.0 releases of Network T-Server for MCI.
Genesys follows applicable third-party redistribution policies to the extent that Genesys solutions utilize functionality of commercial or non-commercial third parties. For specific information on any third-party software used in this product, see the Read Me.
This release of Network T-Server was built using TSCP release number 8.0.001.12. Consult the TSCP release note for information on changes that may affect the functionality of your particular type of Network T-Server.
There are no restrictions for this release. There are no new features introduced in the initial 8.0 release of Network T-Server for MCI.
This release includes the following corrections and modifications:
In the scenario where the option
mci-max-ack-nack-timeout is used and T-Server does not receive a
RequestRouteCall within the configured timeout, it issues a default-routing instruction to the SCP and sends
EventRouteUsed without awaiting SCP acknowledgement. If an
Acknowledged (ACK) or
Not Acknowledged (NACK) response is subsequently received from the SCP,
EventHardwareError will not be generated. Previously in this scenario, subsequent
Not Acknowledged responses caused T-Server to generate an
EventHardwareError message. (ER# 223293995)
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This section provides the latest information on known issues and recommendations associated with this product.
For Network T-Server for MCI, the value of the
customer-id configuration option must be an 8-character numeric value. (ER# 100154)
|Found In: 7.1.001.00||Fixed In:|
Network T-Servers do not support warm or hot standby. Instead, they use a load sharing redundancy schema. See the Framework 8.0 Network T-Server Deployment Guide for your Network T-Server for more information.
|Found In: 7.0.001.02||Fixed In:|
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This section documents features that are no longer supported in this software. This cumulative list is in release-number order with the most recently discontinued features at the top of the list.
Windows 2000 is no longer supported.
|Discontinued As Of: 8.0.000.04|
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Information in this section is included for international customers. There are no known internationalization issues for this product.
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Additional information on Genesys Telecommunications Laboratories, Inc. is available on our Technical Support website. The following documentation also contains information about this software. Please consult the Deployment Guide first.
The Framework 8.0 Network T-Server for MCI Deployment Guide contains detailed reference information for the Genesys Framework 8.0 Network T-Server for MCI, including configuration options and specific functionality.
The Framework 8.0 Deployment Guide helps you configure, install, start, and stop Framework components.
The Genesys 7 Events and Models Reference Manual contains an extensive collection of events and call models describing core interaction processing in Genesys environments.
The Voice Platform SDK 8.0 .NET (or Java) API Reference contains technical details of T-Library functions.
The Genesys Migration Guide contains a detailed migration strategy for each software release. Please refer to the applicable portion of this guide or contact Genesys Technical Support for additional information.
Genesys Supported Operating Environment Reference Manual contains information about supported operating systems and databases.
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