So one of my customers is creating a calling card service to call abroad. Without entering in many details, the big challenge here is setting a variable after leg B has been answered. It took me a while to figure out how; I can tell you now that exporting variables locally or non-locally (nolocal:) doesn't work. But then, I found the right way.
I have found no way to do it directly in the dialplans. The tricky part here is that you need to assign the post-bridge variable when leg B is answered, but before it is destroyed. Then, LUA is the right way to do it.
I did the following:
This little script will create a variable named "post_bridge_variable" and it will be assigned "000" as its value. You can verify it when you review your CDR variables.
When you are doing a DISA, you may want to log in the CDR when leg B is answered. This is the way to do it.
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