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Using:

  • CentOS 6
  • Asterisk 12
  • cdr_sqlite3_custom.so

cdr_sqlite3_custom.conf (deliberately simplified):

[master]
table=>cdr
columns=>calldate, clid, test
values=>'${CDR(start)}','${CDR(clid)}','test'

Resulting in database lacking CDR values:

sqlite> select * from cdr;
AcctId|calldate|clid|test
1|||test
2|||test
3|||test
4|||test

IDs are incementing, test value is there, but it doesn't want to grab CDR variables from values=>'${CDR(start)}','${CDR(clid)}','test'

Any ideas where the problem might be?

Thanks in advance

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Developer on IRC confirmed it as a bug.

Filed a bugreport: https://issues.asterisk.org/jira/browse/ASTERISK-23162

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