[cisco-voip] Translation Pattern CSS

O'Brien, Neil nobrien at datapac.com
Tue Feb 8 07:51:27 EST 2011

Thanks for the reply Lelio.


I thought that would be the case but I was hoping someone had some magic I could use!


We’re looking at upgrading to 7.x in the near future so hopefully we’ll be able to make use of the local route group feature.






From: Lelio Fulgenzi [mailto:lelio at uoguelph.ca] 
Sent: 08 February 2011 12:42
To: O'Brien, Neil
Cc: cisco-voip at puck.nether.net
Subject: Re: [cisco-voip] Translation Pattern CSS


That is working by design. A translation needs it's own CSS. That's why many of the Cisco suggestions for features (such as hiding calling party information) are not scalable. 


It would be nice if the adopted the approach Connection took with search space implementations and allow you to select "inherit" as the CSS. That would be phenomenal. 

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On Feb 8, 2011, at 4:50 AM, "O'Brien, Neil" <nobrien at datapac.com> wrote:

	Hi Guys,


	I have a multisite Call Manager 6.1.2 deployment.  The restrictive CSS is applied to the line and the CSS that contains the partition for local PSTN route pattern is applied to the phone.


	I’m trying to implement s speeddial/shortcode system where by a user dials *xxx to reach an external number.  The problem I seem to be having is that the when the Translation pattern changes the CSS, the CSS for the phone doesn’t get applied.  So what’s happening is that I have to apply the PSTN CSS to the translation pattern.  This would be ok if it was just one site but I don’t want to have to create separate speeddials for each site with their local PSTN CSS in the transformation pattern.


	Any ideas??


	Thanks in advance,


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