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bsc-computer

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Hi All,


after uploading a lot of wav-files Audio File Library we are looking for a short way to replace this Files in the filesystem (console)

We can't find this files in the filesystem

If we choose a WAV-files in a Auto Attendant Script for example, then a copy of the WAV-File will be created at /var/lib/asterik/Kerio-sounds
But this isn't the original WAV from the Audio File Library.

The question is where the Files of the Audio File Library are located.
We have searched the whole filesystem but can't find the WAV's

[Updated on: Thu, 26 March 2015 18:35]

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Filip Jenicek (Kerio)

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Hi,

the files are stored in the configuration database, you won't find them on the filesystem. Are you asking the question because you can't easily replace the files with new ones? Would a replace button help you?

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Filip
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Filip Jenicek (Kerio) wrote on Fri, 27 March 2015 08:25
Hi,
Would a replace button help you?


Yes, a replace button in the audio library would solve the problem.
Would be a little, nice feature in next release.


example:
customer with 7 departments and around 30 devices
Per department is equipped one Auto Attendant Script and one Call Queue.
Over all we use about 50 Wav-Files.
the only way to replace the wav-files is going to each Auto Attendant Script and Call Queue.
That's not useable to change Wavs by customer himself



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