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fail_on_single_reject

Created by Ryan Harris, last modified on 2018.02.07

fail_on_single_reject‚Äč

string This is useful when using the , AND operator in the data field of a bridge. The AND operator notifies a list of destinations, bridging to the first destination that accepts the call. Typically if a destination in the list rejects the call, the bridge will continue to be attempted until either another destination accepts the call, or a timeout occurs. See below for an example of using fail_on_single_reject with the | OR operator.

This variable allows one to terminate the bridging attempt on a single rejection of the call. This means the bridge attempt would fail, and if continue_on_fail has not been set, the call is terminated. This variable would be set within a condition before a bridge application. When used in conjunction with the continue_on_fail variable, one can perform operations such as rolling over a rejected caller to an answering machine application.

The default setting is false, meaning a single rejection will not terminate the bridging attempt.

It can also be set to a list of failure causes to stop on, and can be negated to a list of causes not to stop on (i.e. stop on all other failure causes).

Usage

<action application="set" data="fail_on_single_reject=true"/>
<action application="bridge" data="sofia/$${profile}/$${kitchen}%$${domain},sofia/$${profile}/$${dining}%$${domain}"/>
<action application="javascript" data="answermachine.js"/>
<action application="set" data="fail_on_single_reject=USER_BUSY"/>
<action application="set" data="fail_on_single_reject=!NORMAL_CIRCUIT_CONGESTION"/>

To use a list:

<action application="set" data="fail_on_single_reject=^^:CALL_REJECTED:NORMAL_CLEARING:USER_BUSY"/>

For negated list:

<action application="set" data="fail_on_single_reject=!^^:ALLOTTED_TIMEOUT:NETWORK_OUT_OF_ORDER"/>

For use with the OR operator, consider the following example. Here the dialplan sends a call to multiple gateways simultaneously. In the case of GATEWAY_DOWN or INVALID_GATEWAY the bridge should not fail (i.e. negated fail_on_single_reject) and the dialplan should continue (i.e. continue_on_fail):

<action application="set" data="continue_on_fail=GATEWAY_DOWN,INVALID_GATEWAY"/>
<action application="set" data="fail_on_single_reject=!^^:GATEWAY_DOWN:INVALID_GATEWAY"/>
<action application="set" data="hangup_after_bridge=true"/>
<action application="bridge" data="sofia/gateway/gw1/$1|sofia/gateway/gw2/$1|sofia/gateway/gw3/$1"/>