In this case, you will be configuring everything manually.
1. Create a configuration (if you haven’t done it yet) by clicking the “green plus” button in the program’s main window.
2. Configure a connection to your PBX.
3. Switch to the “Modules — Query Parse Filter” tab and select a parser for your PBX (Figure 1).
Note: A lack or incorrect operation of the parser may prevent data from being written to the database. The next section describes how to check the parser’s operation.
Figure 1. Selecting a parser
4. Switch to the “Modules — Data export” tab and check the “ODBC database” checkbox (Figure 2).
Figure 2. Selecting a data export module
5. Open the data export module’s settings by double-clicking the module’s name.
6. Click the “Load & Save” button (Figure 3), and select:
•“PBX-Logger-ODBC-Items” — if you are going to write data to a MySQL, MS SQL Server, or Oracle database.
•“PBX-Logger-ODBC-Access” — if you are going to write data to an MS Access database.
7. Switch to the “Common” tab (Figure 3) and enable data logging to the database.
Figure 3. Enabling logging to the database
8. Switch to the “Connection” tab.
8.1. If you already have an ODBC data source, select it from the list (Figure 4).
8.2. If you do nothave any ODBC data source yet, click the “Setup” button and create a system ODBC data source. For more details, see the next section. After creating the data source, click the Refresh button and select the newly created data source in the list.
Figure 4. Selecting an ODBC data source
9. Click “OK” and save all changes both in the ODBC database settings window and in the module selection window.
Now each time new data are received, the program will write them to the database.