[Spce-user] API: how to get force_inbound_calls_to_peer subscribers
mliebherr99 at googlemail.com
Fri Jul 8 09:54:38 EDT 2022
thanks. However, i dont have those files. We run Version 6.5.1.
Disaster Massive Migration t
Do i have to install:
or upgrade or something?
On Tue, Jun 28, 2022 at 11:25 AM Rene Krenn <rkrenn at sipwise.com> wrote:
> Hi, the api does not support that explicit type of filtering for
> preferences, would be way to slow.
> Please use the Subcriber&Contract exporter instead:
> perl /usr/share/perl5/NGCP/BulkProcessor/Projects/ETL/Customer/process.pl
> you can control waht to include in the export in the yml files
> You can export a sqlite db (which you can easily filter for your preference
> values), which you can define via
> Or you can export a stream of json graph for eg. apache kafka, which you can
> control via
> br, rene
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> how can i get all subscribers which have
> I tried:HTTP::Request->new('GET',
> But it does not return the expected results. Should my GET URL be different?
> However, this search example seems to work:
> HTTP::Request->new('GET', "$sipwise_uri/api/customers/?external_id=$no");
> Any idea what I am doing wrong?
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