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Thanks Vaun. I know what you mean about the data tables / csv and the e.164 format.
Once I have the csv formatted – if I even LOOK at in Excel – it ruins the format.
Hey Brenda,We're using a lookup for our known 'abusive callers' numbers and have them loaded in a Data Table in the E.164 format
In Architect, the ANI that's available will be formatted with either 'sip:' or 'tel:' as the first four digits.
So we strip off the first four digits of the ANI before doing the data table lookup in the E.164 format.
Hope that helps!Cheers,Jeff
Original Message:Sent: 08-12-2022 14:26From: Brenda WynneSubject: Looking for example flow that checks a data table for ANI and returns values based on ANI matchI know this has to be fairly simple, but I guess my brain is on vacation this week!#ArchitectureandDesign------------------------------Brenda WynneAlcon Vision LLC------------------------------
Hadn't even considered to look for additional properties on the ANI - that'll be much cleaner.
I think we are doing it similarly (I also have a table of 'blocked' numbers) using Left(Right(Call.Ani,10),10).
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