Here’s what we have initially:
To get CVP statistics data, you should configure both databases as Data Sources for CUIC server. Open CUIC web interface, select Data Source tab and click Create to add a new data source. On the page that appears, enter the connection parameters:
After configuring all the parameters, click Test Connection to check the connection to the database. If the test was successful, it will show the Online status:
Now save the configuration. Repeat the process to configure the connection to the callback database. If everything is correct, both data sources will have the Online status:
After the Data Sources are configured, import the reporting templates for CVP. They can be downloaded from the CVP server (C:\Cisco\CVP\CVP Reporting Templates):
For example, let’s import CVP Call Detail:
Select the file to be imported and select the CUIC folder the imported report should be saved to:
There may be an error during the import. That means you should select a Data Source for the report. Let’s fix it:
The imported report will appear in CUIC:
Now run the report and apply the required filters:
As you can see, integrating CUIC with CVP Reporting isn’t that complicated. Note that in earlier CVP versions the report database name may be different (Cisco documentation contains the default name cvp_db).
This article was translated from the guide on getting CVP reports in CUIC by Dmitry Benda.
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