On 05/29/2012 07:57 AM, Marek Cervenka wrote:
is it possible with simple CDR fully describe axfer? (axfer is asterisk native, not phone function)
No, it is not. CDRs (Asterisk or otherwise) are only capable of directly (simply) describing a call from party A to party B. They have no ability to describe call treatments, in-call features, or any other advanced features.
Asterisk's CDRs *attempt* to represent such information, but as you've seen, they don't satisfy everyone, and it seems that many parties have conflicting ideas as to how things like transfers should be represented in CDRs.
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