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I am playing with the $branch variable and also append_branch/serialize_branches and I was wondering how I can accomplish the following
A call comes in for 1234
In my script I append_branch()
So now my branch = 1234
Now I do $ru = 5678
Then branch(q) = 80
Is there any way to set the current SIP URI's Q value? Currently with what I did above 1234 will be called first since I set the Q value to 0.8 and then if no one picks up 5678 will be called second. What if I wanted 5678 to be called first and then 1234 second?
That's a funny situation - internally opensips has a Q value for RURI (used by registrar, enum , etc), but there is no way to get access to that from script level....
Strangely as nobody complained so far on that - you are the unlucky first one :D...
Open a bug report on SF as this breaks the serialization mechanism.
Thanks and regards,
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