Avaya CMS Report Question

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poolboy

Dechaine Consulting Inc

Avaya CMS Report Question
I am currently getting Crystal installed which I assume will make things a bit easier to me but I have a relatively simple question...

I have 100 VDNs (1-00) and one Skill (55), that skill took 10,000 calls.

I want to understand on which VDN's those calls came from...but obviously I don't want to run 100 VDN reports. Is there an easy basic report I can run that says

SKILL 55
VDN 1: 2000 calls
VDN 2: 0 calls
VDN 3: 8000 calls

etc.

ps: I miss Nortel :(

Resource and Traffic Manager

Undisclosed

Multi Value Input
Justin,

I'm not sure if you can get what you need from a skill input, however you can get what you need from a Multi-Value VDN input. This is made easier if your VDNs are in a set range as i think you can only input 50 individual VDNs

Not sure if its essential, but can you confirm if you have the report designer tool ? Basically in the report design input section, select the tick box for VDN input to Multi-Value.

This will let you select the VDNs you need that relate to your skill.

Drop me a line if you need pointers on this

Lewis


poolboy

Dechaine Consulting Inc

Thanks for input Lewis
The primary issue I see is that my VDN's are not in any set pattern and are interspersed throughout my range (which is in thousands).

Some of the VDNs/Vectors do not regularly route to this particular skill except in cases of overflow etc which is why I can't run a VDN report.

For example, VDN 1234 goes to Vector 567 which routes to skill 40 as primary but skill 55 after a certain amount of time. So knowing that VDN 1234(vec567) handled 1000 calls isn't really useful to me.

I do have the report designer tool that I have rarely (never) used it, I've been experimenting with it the last hour or so.

Owner of Website Creations

Website Creations

Avaya CMS Report Question

I surgest you first create a VDN group through the dictonary in CMS, Then use the designer tool to build a Multi Day VDN Group profile report.

When this has run will show you

Date
VDN Discription
Calls Offered
Answered
Ans in SLA
Aban
ASA
ETC.


poolboy

Dechaine Consulting Inc

David
If a single VDN routes to multiple skills I still don't see how a VDN group would help.


Owner of Website Creations

Website Creations

Justin
Would this help

If one or multiple VDNs route to 1 of 3 skills, from a VDN profile report you can report how many get answered by skill 1 - 3.

In Query1

SKILL1
SKILLCALLS1
SKILL2
SKILLCALLS2
SKILL3
SKILLCALLS3

In summary Query1

SUM(SKILLCALLS1)
SUM(SKILLCALLS2)
SUM(SKILLCALLS3)

Does this help

Manager - WFM & Operations CC

CSS - SlashSupport

Avaya CMS Report Question
With little knowledge that i have on CMS reporting, i am not sure if you can view this with the help of CMS reports. Its been a while since i worked on designer reports... will try and keep you all posted if i find something.

poolboy

Dechaine Consulting Inc

Didn't find a solution
I didn't find a solution to this yet but my CMS report designer skills have grown considerable since posted so I am going to plunge back in. If anyone has any words of encouragement feel free! :)

CS Systems Analyst

Direct Brands

Yes you can!
I use Crystal extensively with Avaya - what you want to do is quite simple and definitely possible. It's been quite a while since you last posted on the topic however; so before I go into the details please let me know if you still need assistance with this.

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