Callback folder

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This topic is part of the manual Genesys CX Insights Multicloud Projects Reference Guide for version Current of Reporting.

Objects that you can use to organize and filter data related to callbacks.

Callback folder and subfolders

Important
Use this document for Genesys CX Insights Multicloud deployments. For information relevant to Genesys CX Insights on-premises deployments, see the corresponding page in the Genesys CX Insights on-premises Projects Reference Guide.

The Callback folder contains numerous objects that you can use to build reports.

Some data in the Callback folder is organized in a Details subfolder, to make it easier to find the objects you need. Many folders contain Custom folders, which are not described in this document; custom folders are provided to store any custom objects.

Important
Objects in each folder or subfolder are designed to be used together to create reports. Avoid mixing attributes and metrics from multiple folders into your reports. One exception to this rule is objects in the Time folder; Time attributes can be used in any report, and most reports include at least one attribute from the Time folder.

This folder contains the following root folder and subfolders.


Folder: Callback

Introduced: 9.0.007.03

Description: The root folder for Callback objects. Objects in this folder enable the organization, measurement, and filtering of Info Mart data based on summarized high-level characteristics of Callback interactions. Refer to the descriptions of subfolders for additional information.
Metrics:
Attributes:

Folder: Callback > Detail

Introduced: 9.0.007.03

Description: Objects in this folder enable the organization, measurement, and filtering of Info Mart data based on detailed characteristics of Callback interactions. Refer to the descriptions of subfolders for additional information.
Metrics:
Attributes:

Reports built primarily from the objects in the Callback folder and subfolders


For more information about Callback reports, see the guide Historical Reporting with Genesys CX Insights.