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Bulk UDP Update

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Bulk UDP Update

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 22, 2006 4:50 am

Hi,

 

We have over 3000 User Device Profiles that need the User Hold MOH Audio Source field changed back to <none>  on CUCM 7.13

 

Can seem to find an easy to do a bulk update for UDPs - is this not possible or am i missing something obvious?

 

Thanks

Guest
 

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Re:Bulk UDP Update

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:09 am

Under Bulk Administration theres User Device Profiles -> Addu/Update Lines -> Update Lines... 

Guest
 

Re:Bulk UDP Update

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 22, 2006 6:40 am

Hi,

 

Yeah i understand that but i don need to update the line.......i need to update the Device Profile itself.

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Re:Bulk UDP Update

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 22, 2006 7:31 am

Hi

 

It is a terrible thing.

 

The only way Ive found to address this is via the AXL API, or by being evil and directly updating the DB.

 

A while back I posted a rudimentary tool that can do this sort of thing for you  - see my post : https://supportforums.cisco.com/message/3036771#3036771

 

Essentially the input CSV file you would need would have two entries for each UDP:

 

updateDeviceProfile,name,UDPDAVE1234,networkHoldMOHAudioSourceId,2

updateDeviceProfile,name,UDPDAVE1234,userHoldMOHAudioSourceId,2

updateDeviceProfile,name,UDPSALLY1235,networkHoldMOHAudioSourceId,2

updateDeviceProfile,name,UDPSALLY1235,userHoldMOHAudioSourceId,2

etc

 

A lot of lines, but you should be able to whip this up in Excel easy enough - by exporting all UDP names from CCM if you like, or a subset, or whatever. You may find it easier to create two files with one line for each UDP, and then search/replace networkHold for userHold, and run the two files seperately.

 

Oh - and always do a single-line input file first to verify your spelling/results.

 

Regards

 

Aaron

 

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Re:Bulk UDP Update

Postby Guest » Wed Feb 22, 2006 9:00 am

Aaron,

 

That does the trick perfectly!!!!!! Your help is priceless.......by putting the userHoldMOHAudioSourceId,0 field in i can get everyone back to <none> in their profile & now just change the default MoH in service parameters. Job done!!

 

Cheers

Guest
 

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