Allow channels in ChanSpy to belong to mutiple spygroups #7072 (anthm)
[asterisk/asterisk.git] / doc / channelvariables.txt
index b0348b0..cff06d8 100644 (file)
@@ -594,6 +594,7 @@ ${TIMESTAMP}                * Current date time in the format: YYYYMMDD-HHMMSS (Deprecated; u
 ${TRANSFER_CONTEXT}    Context for transferred calls
 ${FORWARD_CONTEXT}     Context for forwarded calls
 ${UNIQUEID}            * Current call unique identifier
+${SYSTEMNAME}          * value of the systemname option of asterisk.conf
 
 Application return values
 -------------------------
@@ -611,6 +612,7 @@ ${DBGETSTATUS}                      * dbget()
 ${ENUMSTATUS}                  * enumlookup()
 ${HASVMSTATUS}                 * hasnewvoicemail()
 ${LOOKUPBLSTATUS}              * lookupblacklist()
+${OSPAUTHSTATUS}               * ospauth()
 ${OSPLOOKUPSTATUS}             * osplookup()
 ${OSPNEXTSTATUS}               * ospnext()
 ${OSPFINISHSTATUS}             * ospfinish()
@@ -696,6 +698,8 @@ ${CALLEDTON}                * Type of number for incoming PRI extension
 ${CALLINGSUBADDR}      * Called PRI Subaddress
 ${FAXEXTEN}            * The extension called before being redirected to "fax" 
 ${PRIREDIRECTREASON}   * Reason for redirect, if a call was directed
+${SMDI_VM_TYPE}                * When an call is received with an SMDI message, the 'type'
+                       of message 'b' or 'u'
 
 The SIP channel uses the following variables:
 ---------------------------------------------------------
@@ -751,14 +755,22 @@ ${MACRO_CONTEXT}  * The calling context
 ${MACRO_PRIORITY}      * The calling priority
 ${MACRO_OFFSET}                Offset to add to priority at return from macro
 
-If you compile with OSP support in the SIP channel, these
-variables are used:
+The ChanSpy() application uses the following variables:
 ---------------------------------------------------------
-${OSPHANDLE}           Handle from the OSP Library
-${OSPTECH}             OSP Technology from Library
-${OSPDEST}             OSP Destination from Library
-${OSPTOKEN}            OSP Token to use for call from Library
-${OSPRESULTS}          Number of OSP results
+${SPYGROUP}            * A ':' (colon) separated list of group names.
+                         (To be set on spied on channel and matched against the g(grp) option)
+
+If you compile with OSP support, these variables are used:
+---------------------------------------------------------
+${OSPINHANDLE}         OSP handle of in_bound call
+${OSPINTIMELIMIT}      Duration limit for in_bound call
+${OSPOUTHANDLE}                OSP handle of out_bound call
+${OSPTECH}                     OSP technology 
+${OSPDEST}                     OSP destination
+${OSPCALLING}          OSP calling number
+${OSPOUTTOKEN}         OSP token to use for out_bound call
+${OSPOUTTIMELIMIT}     Duration limit for out_bound call
+${OSPRESULTS}          Number of remained destinations
 
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