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Installation example for BCM 7.0

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Table of Contents
Scope ........................................................................................................................................................................... 5 Prerequisites ................................................................................................................................................................ 5 Planning Server Roles and Requirements ................................................................................................................... 6 Planning System Model ............................................................................................................................................... 7 Plan for test/demo environment ................................................................................................................................... 7 Example installation for BCM 7.0 training ............................................................................................................ 8 Default virtual unit template configuration .......................................................................................................... 11 User Access Control (UAC) in Windows 2008 Server ............................................................................................... 11 Infrastructure Administrator (IA) ................................................................................................................................. 12 Certificates ......................................................................................................................................................... 13 Install Trusted Root Certification CA certificate (.p7b file) ................................................................................. 13 Connection Server certificate ............................................................................................................................. 15 Edit Connection Server certificate information file ............................................................................................. 15 Create Connection Server certificate request file .............................................................................................. 15 Create Connection Server certificate with local CA ........................................................................................... 16 Connection Server certificate installation ........................................................................................................... 16 Install Connection Server certificate with wizard ................................................................................................ 16 Install Connection Server certificate Command Prompt .................................................................................... 16 Internal Server certificate ................................................................................................................................... 17 Edit Internal Server certificate information file ................................................................................................... 17 Create Internal Server certificate request file ..................................................................................................... 17 Create Internal Server certificate with local CA ................................................................................................. 18 Install Internal Server certificate with wizard ...................................................................................................... 18 Install Internal Server certificate with Command Prompt ................................................................................... 18 Verifying Certificates .......................................................................................................................................... 19 HAC Node .................................................................................................................................................................. 20 Save the system model ...................................................................................................................................... 22 Adding and configuring the virtual units with IA ......................................................................................................... 24 ACME_Database................................................................................................................................................ 24 BCM 7.0 database structure .............................................................................................................................. 26 ACME_Administrator .......................................................................................................................................... 27 ACME_Agents .................................................................................................................................................... 28 ACME_FrontEnd ................................................................................................................................................ 29 ACME_Core ....................................................................................................................................................... 30 ACME_PSTN ..................................................................................................................................................... 31 ACME_WebSite ................................................................................................................................................. 32 Activate Virtual Units .................................................................................................................................................. 34 System Configurator (SC) .......................................................................................................................................... 35 Number range definition in System Management .............................................................................................. 36 System Services......................................................................................................................................................... 37 Voicemail settings .............................................................................................................................................. 37 External Agent Settings ...................................................................................................................................... 37 CMC Settings ..................................................................................................................................................... 38 Conference Settings ........................................................................................................................................... 39 Recording Settings ............................................................................................................................................. 39 Email Settings .................................................................................................................................................... 40 SMS Settings ...................................................................................................................................................... 40 Batch Job Server Settings .................................................................................................................................. 41 IP Desk Phone Settings ..................................................................................................................................... 41 Queue Callback Settings .................................................................................................................................... 42 Prompt Settings .................................................................................................................................................. 42 System Management ................................................................................................................................................. 43 Number Range ................................................................................................................................................... 43

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3 Authentication policy .......................................................................................................................................... 43 Modules .............................................................................................................................................................. 44 Channels, Voice ................................................................................................................................................. 47 Channels, Email and Chat ................................................................................................................................. 48 System Languages............................................................................................................................................. 48 Call Switching ............................................................................................................................................................. 49 Gateways ........................................................................................................................................................... 49 Destination Routes ............................................................................................................................................. 50 Global Switching Settings .................................................................................................................................. 51 Reporting .................................................................................................................................................................... 52 Data Protection rules .......................................................................................................................................... 52 Reporting Groups ............................................................................................................................................... 52 Statistic Settings ................................................................................................................................................. 53 Directory Management ............................................................................................................................................... 54 Presence Management .............................................................................................................................................. 54 Settings .............................................................................................................................................................. 54 Queue Management .................................................................................................................................................. 55 Phone queues .................................................................................................................................................... 55 Email queue ....................................................................................................................................................... 57 Chat queue ......................................................................................................................................................... 58 Queue Groups .................................................................................................................................................... 59 Scheduling .......................................................................................................................................................... 60 Skills ................................................................................................................................................................... 61 User and Role Management ...................................................................................................................................... 62 Groups ................................................................................................................................................................ 64 Users .................................................................................................................................................................. 68 Opening the CDT (Communication DeskTop) ........................................................................................................... 74 Directory search ......................................................................................................................................................... 76 Convergence .............................................................................................................................................................. 77 User Settings Template .............................................................................................................................................. 78 Directory Templates ................................................................................................................................................... 79 Skill based routing ...................................................................................................................................................... 80 Chat Channel ............................................................................................................................................................. 81 Chat Server and Chat Portal Server .................................................................................................................. 81 Internet Chat Client ............................................................................................................................................ 82 Windows Server 2008 IIS 7 Configuration ......................................................................................................... 84 CRM Integration ......................................................................................................................................................... 86 IVR Management ....................................................................................................................................................... 90 Adding second Core virtual unit ................................................................................................................................. 93 Adding second application server (HAC node) .......................................................................................................... 95 Complete test/demo installation ............................................................................................................................... 101 Reporting .................................................................................................................................................................. 102 Reporting databases ........................................................................................................................................ 102 Reporting website............................................................................................................................................. 103 Reporting Services Configuration Manager ..................................................................................................... 104 Standard Reports ............................................................................................................................................. 108 Reporting user rights ........................................................................................................................................ 109 Reports ............................................................................................................................................................. 111 Personalizing SC ...................................................................................................................................................... 112

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COPYRIGHT
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The latest official SAP BCM 7.0 documents will soon be found from URL: http://help.sap.com/ SAP Business Suite Additional Applications

At the moment documents can be found from: SAP Service Marketplace Installation & Upgrade Guides

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Scope
The scope of this example installation is to install the BCM 7.0 system with minimal configuration. Note that this is an example installation, so it does not fully cover all the aspects of a production environment and high availability best practices. This installation is currently based on the 7.0 SP2 (7.0.2.0) build. Ensure you have the latest version of BCM software prior to starting installation. We will be installing the system for the fictional company ACME. Throughout this document we will be using ACME for the customer name. Replace it with your own customer/company name.

Prerequisites
This installation is for a single-server test/demo installation. Prior to installing BCM 7.0 software in this single server environment you need: Windows Server 2008 English Standard 64bit / SQL Server 2008 English Standard 64bit OR Windows Server 2008 R2 English Standard 64bit / SQL Server 2008 R2 English Standard 64bit OR Windows Server 2003 English Standard 32bit / SQL Server 2005 English Standard 32bit Install the SQL as per the Installation Guide, using a Case Insensitive collation such as Latin 1 General CI AS. Collation depends typically on language which is used. Note that Management Tools is needed, and if you want to install BCM Reporting select Analysis Services and Reporting Services to be installed but do not configure the Reporting Services. Microsoft IIS 6.0/7.0 (see installation guide for Role selecting for Windows 2008) Java SE Runtime 6, 32 bit edition MSDTC must be running. You might need to install the ASP.NET AJAX 1.0 Installer Package from Microsoft to make the example chat website working. ASP.NET AJAX is a set of technologies to add AJAX (Asynchronous JavaScript And XML) support to ASP.NET. It consists of a client-side script framework, server controls, and more. The server should be a member of a domain but it is not mandatory. The server used in this example is joined to the BCMTR domain, and using BCMAdmin domain user. This BCMAdmin user is a normal domain user and local administrator on this server. When performing the installation, use this user to login to the server.

More information about prerequisite software can be found from BCM 7.0 Installation Guide. This installation example is done using Windows Server 2008 R2 and SQL Server 2008 R2. Some differences can be found with Windows Server 2008/2003 and SQL Server 2008/2005.

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Planning Server Roles and Requirements


A particular server or workstation may have one or more roles. There can be a single server working in all roles, or there can be one or more dedicated servers for each of the roles. A single-server system is limited to test/demo units or very small systems where up to 20 agents are working eight hours a day. For systems with more than 20 agents, it is recommended to set up a redundant multi-server environment. The servers and other workstations can have the following roles in the system. Application servers are used for running various applications like the CEM server, call dispatcher, SIP bridge and so on. These applications cause more strain on the CPU capacity than disk I/O or memory. For large systems, it is useful to dedicate an entire server to one or two applications, but the hardware and software requirements are similar in all application servers. Web servers require Microsoft IIS software to be installed. Database servers must have the Microsoft SQL Server software installed. These servers have larger RAM and disk i/o requirements than other servers. As the capacity required by the databases is very large and very hard to predict, the servers hosting databases should be dedicated only to this task. To ensure the working reliability the servers should be clustered. To enable sending/receiving e-mails, a connection to a mail server is required. The connection uses IMAP protocol and by default the port 143. If the Reporting application is used, we recommend that you reserve a separate server for it. The Reporting application requires that Analysis Services and Reporting Services components of the SQL are installed on the server. The system should have administration workstation(s) that can be used for running the Infrastructure Administrator (IA) software.

Some symbols used in this document


Icon Meaning Caution Example Note Recommendation Syntax

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Planning System Model


The system model is the arrangement of virtual units on physical servers. Virtual units are logical units with a virtual IP address. Placing services in different virtual units and using the High Availability Control (HAC) service ensures that one spare virtual unit continues running if the active virtual unit is stopped for example for updating, or by a server failure. Virtual units should have instances on at least two different physical servers. During a possible server failure the services are automatically moved to other servers by HAC. If the system should withstand a failure of more than one server at a time, more instances of each virtual unit should be created on different servers. Spreading the primary instances on different servers enables load balancing in normal conditions when no virtual unit instance has failed. Load balancing should also be taken into account when arranging the backup instances.

More information about planning can be found from BCM 7.0 Master Guide

Plan for test/demo environment


The IP addresses are relating to this example in your environment use your own addresses. This example installation requires one static IP address for the server and 10 available IP addresses for virtual units. Address range used here is 10.31.99.* and the subnet mask is 255.255.254.0 Server Name Server physical IP address The virtual units to be installed: ACME_Database ACME_Administrator ACME_Agents ACME_FrontEnd ACME_Core ACME_PSTN ACME_Website ACME_Reporting_Web ACME_Core2 ACME_Integrations BCM00\ACME 10.31.99.131 10.31.99.132 10.31.99.133 10.31.99.134 10.31.99.135 10.31.99.136 10.31.99.137 10.31.99.138 10.31.99.139 BCM00 10.31.99.130

(MRS in this virtual unit is for Server Side Recording) (MRS plays prompts to soft phones and hard phones)

(MRS plays prompts to calls from PSTN)

Additionally: ACME_Chat 10.31.98.130

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Example installation for BCM 7.0 training

ACME contact center 40 users with phone numbers and voicemail numbers User groups CC Supervisors CC Agents Expert Users Office Users User roles CC Supervisor CC Agent Expert User Office User Different settings in Queues Skill Based Routing VoiceMail E-mail queue Chat channel IVR Services Menu IVR The purpose of this example is to install and configure BCM system for a customer called ACME with following items: Customer name: Queues: Switchboard Sales Marketing IVRs: External agent IVR number CMC Call Routing IVR Number CMC IVR Number for Source Number Masking CMC Recording IVR Number CONFERENCE IVR number ETC IVR Number Callback queue IVR number Presence IVR number Custom IVR application number Other queues: Chat queue E-Mail queue ACME 1300 1301 1302 1399 1398 1397 1396 1395 1394 1393 1392 1390 ACME Chat ACME E-Mail chat@acme.com emailbox@bcmtr.com

BCM (Business Communications Management) system main components: CEM Server Call dispatcher Directory Server Connection Server Agent Server H323 Bridge for gateways SIP bridge for gateways SIP Bridge for hard phones External Terminal Controller for hard phones Media Routing Server(s) Data Collector Email Sender Batch Job Server Gateway(s) to public telephone network, so that calls that start with 0 are routed to it. Patterns, routes and destinations to be able to make calls out to PSTN

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Following diagrams showing different dependencies/connections between different components or functionalities are collected from BCM 7.0 Master Guide BCM 7.0 Installation Guide BCM 7.0 Security Guide

Hierachy of administrators and users.

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Default virtual unit template configuration

User Access Control (UAC) in Windows 2008 Server


In this installation example the Windows UAC has been left to default setting and that causes that some software like e.g. Command Prompt must be run with option Run As Administrator when creating certificates. Also Reporting Web site needs Internet Explorer to be run with Run As Administrator rights when used locally on the server. In this example we are using the default User Access Control (UAC) settings of Windows Server 2008 R2:

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Infrastructure Administrator (IA)


Installing Infrastructure Administrator (IA)

In this example we are using D:\ drive to install the BCM software. Copy 7.0.x.x build to local recommended install folder D:\SAP\BCM\Install

Browse to folder D:\SAP\BCM\Install\7.0.x.x\Infrastructure Administrator. Double click BCM Infrastructure Administrator 7.0.msi Enter in the information for the location of: - Home Directory for BCM Software - Install Media Directory for BCM Software - Log directory for Infrastructure Administrator Change the paths to start with D:\SAP\BCM\... Click Install Once the installation is completed, there will be an Infrastructure Administrator icon on the desktop. Double click this, and it brings up the window as per below.

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Certificates A certificate is mandatory for the connection from Communication DeskTop (CDT) and System Configurator (SC) to the Connection Server (CoS). In this example installation we will also be using a certificate to secure the connection between BCM components, an Internal Server Certificate. NOTE: Internal Server certificate is not mandatory. Common names used for certificates: Connection Server Certificate = COS.ACME.COM Internal Server Certificate = BCM.ACME.COM

In this example document we are using Windows Server 2008 R2. Screen shots may differ with other operating systems.
For customer installations in ASP environments it is recommended to use certificates issued by public Certification Authorities (CA), such as Thawte, Verisign etc. For internal, demonstration or training purposes you can set up a private certificate server using the tools included in the Microsoft Server software, and use a self-signed certificate. You can acquire certificates using tools on a public CA web page, or in the Microsoft IIS Manager, or follow the example below. The example is generic; always follow the instructions of the CA and certificate you have chosen to use. Install Trusted Root Certification CA certificate (.p7b file) If you are using a local Microsoft Certificate CA Server export and download the trusted root certificate from that server and install it to the BCM server where you want to install certificates made by this CA. (use name e.g. certnew.p7b and save it to e.g. D:\SAP\BCM folder) Trusted Root Certificate installation procedure: o In the Windows Start menu, select the Run option, type MMC and click the OK button. o In the MMC window, select File Add/Remove Snap-in. o Select Certificates then click Add. o In the Certificates snap-in dialog, select Computer account, click Next. o In the Select computer dialog, select Local computer: , click Finish. o Click Close, OK. o You can save the MMC configuration e.g. to Desktop with name Certificates.msc
Open the Certificates.msc and select Trusted Root Certification Authorities Right click the Issued To area and select All tasks Import... Browse the D:\SAP\BCM\certnew.p7b file, click Next, Next, Finish.

The issuer of the certificate should now appear on the list of trusted CAs.

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Example for Connection Server certificate:

Example for Internal Server certificate:

With only the OID = 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.1 line the certificate can be used as an SSL server certificate. Ensures the identity of a remote computer. Used typically with Connection Server Certificate.

Adding the second OID = 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2 line the certificate can be used also as an SSL client certificate. Proves your identity to a remote computer. Both OID setting lines are needed for Internal Server Certificate. Certificate including the OID = 1.3.6.1.5.5.7.3.2 can be used also for Connection Server Certificate.
(More detailed information about certreq.exe command line parameters can be found from: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc736326(WS.10).aspx)

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Connection Server certificate

You can find the certificate templates by default from the folder: D:\SAP\BCM\Install\7.0.2.x\Remote Administration Tools\contents\web\remoteadmin\templates Use these files when creating certificates. Make sure there is no empty line at the end of text.

Edit Connection Server certificate information file Edit the line e.g. to match your environment and then save the file with the name newcert.inf to the D:\SAP\BCM folder. Start the Command Prompt using right click selection Run as administrator and change to the directory, where you saved the file above. Create Connection Server certificate request file Execute the following command in command prompt using the file name you have created above: D:\SAP\BCM:\>certreq new newcert.inf newcert.req If everything goes as expected, the command does not write any response on screen, but a new file called newcert.req appears to same folder. You will need this newcert.req file in the next phase. The request file looks something like this:
-----BEGIN NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST----MIID1jCCAz8CAQAwgZkxEDAOBgNVBAYTB0ZpbmxhbmQxEDAOBgNVBAgTB1V1c2lt YWExDjAMBgNVBAcTBUVzcG9vMRAwDgYDVQQLEwdUZXN0aW5nMTEwLwYDVQQKHigA VwBpAGMAbwBtAF8AQwBvAG0AbQB1AG4AaQBjAGEAdABpAG8AbgBzMR4wHAYDVQQD YQBwAGgAaQBjACAAUAByAG8AdgBpAGQAZQByA4GJhvcNAQEFBQADgYEAlCsy8S0q AQBmz4OVf6BSkFbwxfc92ejPBl7kbMJefoVaJZKpE5up6SxJBiDCZ2DrWTDKaW79 bX6x+0bWj3Wih39+/xTvL6weswnFhFgw/loTp/DECEESXPsyLv/cztrI3jTI+J+J ZGH4uL3QvJhWWEb78bd2imOa+1ebDX1V+w0= -----END NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

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If you buy a certificate from any commercial provider you should now get the certificate from there using the contents of the newcert.req file. When you receive the certificate save it with a name e.g. certnew.cer and continue from Install certificate with wizard or Install certificate with command prompt. Create Connection Server certificate with local CA Open link: http://10.31.99.130/certsrv/ (replace the URL with your local Microsoft Certificate services server) Click Request a certificate Click Advanced certificate request Click Submit a certificate request by using a base-64-encoded CMC Open the newcert.req file with Notepad and copy-paste the text into the Saved Request field NOTE: make sure that there are no extra empty lines after last line in the field after paste! Click Submit button. Click the Home link in the right upper corner of the web page o Steps to be done with Certification Authority: o On your certificate server open Administrative Tools Certification Authority, expand Pending Requests, right click your Request, select All Tasks Issue Go back to web page http://10.31.99.130/certsrv/ Click View the status of a pending certificate request Click Saved-Request Certificate (dd.mm YYYY hh:mm:ss) Select Base 64 encoded Click Download Certificate Save certnew.cer file to D:\SAP\BCM folder Connection Server certificate installation Install Connection Server certificate with wizard
Open MMC and select Personal, right click the Issued To area and select All tasks Import... Browse the D:\SAP\BCM\certnew.cer file, click Next, Next, Finish.

OR you can import the certificate with Command prompt

Install Connection Server certificate Command Prompt


o o o Start the command prompt using selection Run as administrator and change to the directory, where you have the certificate files. Execute the following command in command prompt, using the name you chose above: D:\SAP\BCM:\>certreq accept certnew.cer

If everything goes as expected, the command does not write any response on the screen. The certnew.p7b and certnew.cer certificates is going to be installed on the application server where the Connection Server is installed and running. Each application server where the Connection Server is running needs its own certificate. The certnew.p7b certificate is going to be installed also on workstations in which you are running BCM soft phones, Communication DeskTop (CDT) or Convergence. This certificate is needed to tell to workstation that the server that has issued this certnew.cer certificate is a trusted CA just like on the server. NOTE: If you buy/receive the certificate from e.g. Thawte or Verisign or any other official trusted CA, then you typically dont need to install anything on the workstations. The certificate can be also exportable so it can be installed all the servers where Connection Server is running. SAP AG 2011

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Internal Server certificate

You can find the certificate templates by default from the folder: D:\SAP\BCM\Install\7.0.2.x\Remote Administration Tools\contents\web\remoteadmin\templates Use these files when creating certificates.

Create the certificate request in a text editor, e.g. Notepad. Copy/paste the above text into Notepad. Make sure there is no empty line at the end of text.

Edit Internal Server certificate information file Compared to the previous certificate, there is just subject CN is changed. and the second OID line. Edit the line e.g. to match your environment and then save the file with the name newcert2.inf to D:\SAP\BCM folder. NOTE: Ensure to name the file differently so you dont overwrite your previous certificate. Create Internal Server certificate request file Start the Command Prompt using right click selection Run as administrator and change to the directory, where you saved the file above. Execute the following command in command prompt using the file name you have created above: D:\SAP\BCM:\>certreq new newcert2.inf newcert2.req If everything goes as expected, the command does not write any response on screen, but a new file called newcert2.req appears. You will need this file in the next phase.

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The request looks something like this:


-----BEGIN NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST----MIID1jCCAz8CAQAwgZkxEDAOBgNVBAYTB0ZpbmxhbmQxEDAOBgNVBAgTB1V1c2lt YWExDjAMBgNVBAcTBUVzcG9vMRAwDgYDVQQLEwdUZXN0aW5nMTEwLwYDVQQKHigA VwBpAGMAbwBtAF8AQwBvAG0AbQB1AG4AaQBjAGEAdABpAG8AbgBzMR4wHAYDVQQD YQBwAGgAaQBjACAAUAByAG8AdgBpAGQAZQByA4GJhvcNAQEFBQADgYEAlCsy8S0q AQBmz4OVf6BSkFbwxfc92ejPBl7kbMJefoVaJZKpE5up6SxJBiDCZ2DrWTDKaW79 bX6x+0bWj3Wih39+/xTvL6weswnFhFgw/loTp/DECEESXPsyLv/cztrI3jTI+J+J ZGH4uL3QvJhWWEb78bd2imOa+1ebDX1V+w0= -----END NEW CERTIFICATE REQUEST-----

If you buy a certificate from any commercial provider you should now get the certificate from there using the contents of the newcert.req file. When you receive the certificate save the certificate with a name e.g. certnew.cer and continue from Install certificate with wizard or Install certificate with command prompt. Create Internal Server certificate with local CA Open link: http://10.31.99.130/certsrv/ (replace the URL with your local Microsoft Certificate services server) Click Request a certificate Click Advanced certificate request Click Submit a certificate request by using a base-64-encoded CMC Open the newcert2.req file with Notepad and copy-paste the text into the Saved Request field NOTE: make sure that there are no extra empty lines after last line in the field after paste! Click Submit button. Click the Home link in the right upper corner of the web page o Steps to be done with Certification Authority: o On your certificate server open Administrative Tools Certification Authority, expand Pending Requests, right click your Request, select All Tasks Issue Go back to web page http://10.31.99.130/certsrv/ Click View the status of a pending certificate request Click Saved-Request Certificate (dd.mm YYYY hh:mm:ss) Select Base 64 encoded Click Download Certificate Save certnew.cer file to D:\SAP\BCM folder Install Internal Server certificate with wizard
Open MMC and select Personal, right click the Issued To area and select All tasks Import... Browse the D:\SAP\BCM\certnew2.cer file, click Next, Next, Finish.

OR you can import the certificate with Command prompt

Install Internal Server certificate with Command Prompt


o o o Start the command prompt using selection Run as administrator and change to the directory, where you have the certificate files. Execute the following command in command prompt, using the name you chose above: D:\SAP\BCM:\>certreq accept certnew2.cer

If everything goes as expected, the command does not write any response on the screen. The Internal Server Certificate should be created and then exported to every server where BCM components are installed. More information about this in chapter 36. SAP AG 2011

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Commands used during the creation of certificates:

Verifying Certificates To check that the certificates are properly installed, you can use the Certificates MMC Snap-in. Procedure o In the Windows Start menu, select the Run option, type MMC and click the OK button. o In the MMC window, select File Add/Remove Snap-in. o Select Certificates then click Add. o In the Certificates snap-in dialog, select Computer account, click Next. o In the Select computer dialog, select Local computer: , click Finish. o Click Close, OK. In the left hand tree, navigate to Console Root - Certificates (Local Computer) Personal - Certificates. The new certificates should appear on the list on the right side. It can be identified by the Issued To column.

Notice the Key on the icons. If the key is missing the certificate does not work. (In Windows 2003 server you dont see the key symbol but there is also this information about the private key)

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HAC Node
The first step in installation is to add the HAC node(s), the application servers. Right click HAC Nodes, Select Add HAC Node... Enter in: Name of the HAC Node IP Address for the HAC Node Name of your server, in this example its BCM00 Physical (static) IP address (10.31.99.130) of your server Click OK.

Right click your new HAC node BCM00, and select Set as Local HAC Node.

Leave this path as default and click OK.

Right click BCM00 and select Change Base Installation...

Select the correct Base Installation version and click OK

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In the right hand pane, expand the block Deployment Variables for High Availability Controller. Edit the properties: HAC Administration Users Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer Client Certificate Common Name Client Certificate Issuer HAC Service Logon User Account Password for HAC Service Logon User Account BCMTR\BCMAdmin BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA COS.ACME.COM BCM00CA BCMTR\BCMAdmin ******** (the Windows password)

Click Save

Note: This is a Volatile field, the password is not saved if/when you close the IA user interface. So if you make changes to this virtual unit in the future, then you will need to enter the password again. Right click on BCM00 (local @ 7.0.x.0), and select Apply All Changes to Local System

HAC Service with correct user name has now been installed.

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Go to Start All Programs Administrative Tools Services. Scroll down to SAP BCM HAC BCM00 and check that the service has the correct Log On As user BCMTR\BCMAdmin

Save the system model In Infrastructure Administrator, click File Save As...

Select the location D:\SAP\BCM\VU\BCM00\etc, enter File Name Model and click Save

Select Connection Connect...

Enter in: User Name = BCMTR\BCMAdmin, Password = Windows password Certificate Name = COS.ACME.COM, then click Connect

Select Connection Monitoring Mode

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After a short while the HAC node(s) appear with green arrow if the configuration is correct. This step ensures that Infrastructure Administrator can communicate with (all) HAC Node(s). If green arrows dont appear, recheck your configuration. HAC log is typically the first place to start the troubleshooting. When Infrastructure Administrator (IA) and High Availability Controller (HAC) start to communicate HAC creates automatically two files into the D:\SAP\BCM\VU\<nodename>\etc folder: hacmodel_<nodename>.xml backupmodel_1.xml

The version number of backupmodel_#.xml increases every time when IA saves the system model and HAC creates a new backupmodel file and starts to use the latest version. In Monitoring mode you can monitor and control the BCM system. You can start and stop (Active and Inactive) virtual units or switch manually a virtual unit from one node to another. When all HAC Nodes appear with green arrows click Connection Deployment mode In Deployment mode you can edit existing virtual units and add new virtual units for the BCM system.

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Adding and configuring the virtual units with IA


ACME_Database Databases virtual unit consists of five different database server installation packages.
Typical (minimum) information needed by database packages: Time zone Connection information for SQL server(s) Configuration database name Database collation Database user name

Right click Virtual Unit Add Virtual Unit... select the Base installation, select Databases Virtual Unit

Add in the name for your Database virtual unit (ACME_Database) and click OK

Click on Software, and then click the Edit button. There are a number of fields in different blocks which need to be edited.

Common variables: Maintenance Address or Name of the Database server for Configuration Database Configuration Database Name

BCM00\ACME ACME

Configuration Database User Name This field should then show: Configuration Database User Name Database Collation (immutable): Default Time Zone SAP AG 2011

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{[BCM00].[HAC_SERVICE_USER]} Latin1_General_CI_AS
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Variables for Configuration Database Server: PSTN Ranges

1300-1399

Click Save Click Yes that you want to apply the values anyway.

Right click Instances under ACME_Database, select Add Instance BCM00 (the name of your HAC node)

This adds the virtual unit under the BCM00 server node in HAC Nodes section. Right click ACME_Database under this node, and select Apply Changes to Local system. (If you have more than one server you can remotely install software to selected node(s) by selecting Apply Changes to Host) This installation might take a few minutes. If you are installing databases locally on the SQL server command prompt windows like this may open. If the SQL server has HAC running and it is configured to system model the installation is done remotely the HAC instance on the SQL server is doing the installation and no command prompt windows are shown.
When selecting Apply Changes to Local System the IA is doing the installation. When selecting Apply Changes to Host the HAC is doing the installation. Virtual Unit Administrator (VUA) from the BCM 6.0 is integrated to IA and HAC. This makes remote installations possible.

After this has completed, you can open the SQL Management Studio on the SQL server and check that the databases ACME, ACME_Directory, ACME_Monitoring, ACME_Monitoring_History, ACME_Operative and ACME_Outbound have been created. Also four jobs should have appeared related to the customer ACME. SAP AG 2011

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In production systems the databases are typically installed to dedicated SQL servers.

BCM 7.0 database structure

Operative database server

Reporting database server

Configuration database Operation database Directory database Outbound database Monitoring database Monitoring history database

Virtual Warehouse Unit (VWU) Data Staging Area (DSArea) OLAP Database

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ACME_Administrator Administrator virtual unit template consists of Agent Server (AS), Batch Job Server (BJS), File Replication Server (FRS), Chat Server and Directory Server packages.
Typical (minimum) information needed by software packages: Time zone IP address of the virtual unit Connection information for SQL server(s) and databases Certificate name and issuer for internal server connections Agent Server mode

Next add in the other virtual units. Right click Virtual Units Add virtual Unit, select the Base Installation, and select Administration Virtual Unit. Enter the name ACME_Administrator and click OK. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.131) and subnet mask then click OK. Under ACME_Administrator, click on Software, and Edit button. Enter in the following information: Common Variables: Reporting Database Server Address or Name Reporting Database User Name Server Connection Security: Internal Server Certificate in Use Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer Variables for Agent Server: Agent Server Mode Product Documentation Web Site Variables for Batch Job Server: Customer Name

BCM00\ACME (in this training example the same SQL server is


used for reporting)

Click on link

and select

HAC_SERVICE_USER

Tick BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA

(make sure that this is ticked)

Administration Mode http://10.31.99.136:80/doc/

ACME

All other variables have the default settings inherited from other earlier configured virtual units. Click Save Click Yes, that you want to apply the values anyway. The missing values dont prevent the installation. Right click on Instances, and select Add Instance to node BCM00 Click OK, that you want to Proceed with adding the virtual unit instance? Right click ACME_Administrator under the BCM00 node, select Apply Changes to Local System SAP AG 2011

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ACME_Agents Agents virtual unit template consists of Agent Server (AS), External Terminal Controller (ETC) and Media Routing Server (MRS) packages.
Typical (minimum) information needed by software packages: Time zone IP address of the virtual unit Connection information for SQL server(s) and databases Certificate name and issuer for internal server connections Agent Server mode Media Routing Server parameters (in this example this MRS is only for Server Side Recording)

Right click the Virtual Unit Add Virtual Unit, select the Base installation, select Agents Virtual Unit Enter the name ACME_Agents and click OK. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.132) and subnet mask then click OK. TIP! If youve already added in a virtual unit containing an IP address and subnet mask, these can be found from the
dropdown. This makes it easier to type in, and remember the last used IP address in a range.

Common Variables: Server Connection Security: Internal Server Certificate in Use Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer Variables for Agent Server: Agent Server Mode Reporting Database Name

Tick BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA

(make sure that this is ticked)

Phone User Mode


Click on link

and select VU_DB_REPORTING_NAME

variable = ACME_VWU then the value in IA will be: {[ACME_Administrator].[VU_DB_REPORTING_NAME]}

Variables for Media Routing Server: Available Slots for Prompts Port Area for Prompts Use for Server-Side Recording

(remove the value 200 from the field because this MRS is used for recording only in this example) (remove the value 8000 from the field because this MRS is used for recording only in this example)

Tick

All other variables have the default settings inherited from other virtual units. Click Save Click Yes, that you want to apply the values anyway. The missing values dont prevent the installation. Right click on Instances, and select Add Instance to node BCM00 Click OK, that you want to Proceed with adding the virtual unit instance? Right click ACME_Agents under the BCM00 node, select Apply Changes to Local System

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ACME_FrontEnd Front-End virtual unit template consists of SIP Bridge, Media Routing Server (MRS) and Connection Server (CoS) packages.
Typical (minimum) information needed by software packages: IP address of the virtual unit Connection information for SQL server(s) and databases Certificate name and issuer for Internal Server Certificate Certificate name and issuer for Connection Server Certificate

Right click the Virtual Unit Add Virtual Unit, select the Base installation, select Front-End Virtual Unit Enter the name ACME_FrontEnd and click OK. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.133) and subnet mask then click OK. Click on Software, Edit, and add in following information: Common Variables: Server Connection Security: Internal Server Certificate in Use Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer Variables for SIP Bridge: Display Names in SIP Messages Variables for Media Routing Server: Use for Server Side Recording Variables for Connection Server: Certificate Common name (CoS)
Click on link

Tick BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA

(make sure that this is ticked)

Tick

Untick

and select HAC_CLIENT_CERT_ISSUEDTO

variable

= COS.ACME.COM
and select HAC_CLIENT_CERT_ISSUEDBY

Certificate Issuer (CoS)

Click on link

variable

= BCM00CA

All other variables have the default settings inherited from other virtual units.

Click Save Click Yes, that you want to apply the values anyway. The missing values dont prevent the installation. Right click on Instances, and select Add Instance to node BCM00 Click OK, that you want to Proceed with adding the virtual unit instance?. Right click ACME_FrontEnd and select Apply Changes to Local System.

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ACME_Core Core virtual unit template consists of CEM Server, Call Dispatcher and Data Collector packages.
Typical (minimum) information needed by software packages: IP address of the virtual unit Connection information for SQL server(s) and databases Certificate name and issuer for internal server connections

Right click the Virtual Unit Add Virtual Unit, select the Base installation, select Core Virtual Unit Enter the name ACME_Core and click OK. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.134) and subnet mask then click OK. Click on Software, Edit, and add in following information: Common Variables: Server Connection Security: Internal Server Certificate in Use Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer

Tick BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA

(make sure that this is ticked)

All other variables have the default settings inherited from other virtual units. Notice the RTP Packet length in MS setting. This is the system wide packet length setting. Remember to change it if you are using other packet length.

Click Save Right click on Instances, and select Add Instance to node BCM00 Right click on ACME_Core and select Apply Changes to Local System.

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ACME_PSTN PSTN virtual unit template consists of SIP Bridge, H323 Bridge, Media Routing Server and Prompts packages.
(In operational system, if you dont use both type (H.323 and SIP) gateways mixed in same virtual unit, remove the unnecessary bridge from configuration.) Typical (minimum) information needed by software packages: IP address of the virtual unit Connection information for SQL server(s) and databases Certificate name and issuer for internal server connections

Right click the Virtual Unit Add Virtual Unit, select the Base installation, select PSTN Bridges Virtual Unit. Enter the name ACME_PSTN and click OK. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.135) and subnet mask then click OK. Click on Software, Edit, and add in following information: Common Variables: Server Connection Security: Internal Server Certificate in Use Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer

Tick BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA

(make sure that this is ticked)

Click Save Click Yes, that you want to apply the values anyway. The missing values dont prevent the installation. Right click on Instances, and select Add Instance to node BCM00 Click OK, that you want to Proceed with adding the virtual unit instance?. Right click on ACME_PSTN and select Apply Changes to Local System.

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ACME_WebSite WebSite virtual unit template consists of web site including all necessary web services. In large systems these components could be separated to dedicated virtual units. The template consists of Web Clients, Monitoring Web Clients, Remote Administration Tools, Product Documentation, Web Server and Email Sender packages. (Later in this example the Chat Portal Server is also included into this virtual unit.)
Typical (minimum) information needed by software packages: IP address of the virtual unit Connection information for SQL server(s) TCP port for HTTP connection Windows user account and password running the web site Connection server IP address, port and certificate common name Certificate name and issuer for Internal Server Certificate Default time zone

Right click the Virtual Unit Add Virtual Unit, select the Base installation, select Website Virtual Unit Enter the name ACME_Website and click OK. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.136) and subnet mask then click OK. Click on Software, Edit, and add in following information Variables for Web Clients: 1st Connection Server Connection server IP address Click on link and select ACME_FrontEnd virtual unit (ACME_FrontEnd virtual unit IP address:10.31.99.133)

Connection Server Certificate Common name

Click on link COS.ACME.COM

and select

HAC_CLIENT_CERT_ISSUEDTO variable

You can use the filter functionality in Variable Relationship Management window: Type name COS.ACME.COM to field and hit Enter. Use the same as earlier in other virtual units.

Variables for Monitoring Web Clients: Reporting Database Name


Click on link

and select VU_DB_REPORTING_NAME

variable

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Variables for Remote Administration Tools: Connection server IP address Click on link
and select ACME_FrontEnd virtual unit
(ACME_FrontEnd virtual unit IP address:10.31.99.133)

Connection Server Certificate Common name

Click on link COS.ACME.COM

and select

HAC_CLIENT_CERT_ISSUEDTO variable

Variables for Product Documentation: Select documentation languages to be extracted and installed. Variables for Web Server: Windows User Account for Running Web-Related Processes Click on link and select HAC_SERVICE_USER Password of Windows User Account for Running Web-Related Processes Enter the Windows password Note: Field with this symbol is a Volatile field, the password is not saved if you close the IA user interface. So if you make changes to this virtual unit in the future, then you will need to enter the password again. If the field is left empty the password is prompted. Variables for Email Sender: Server Connection Security: Internal Server Certificate in Use Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer Click Save

Tick BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA

(make sure that this is ticked)

Right click on Software Add Instance BCM00 Right click ACME_Website and select Apply Changes to Local System. After it has finished you can check that the website has been successfully created by opening Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager.

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Activate Virtual Units


Click File Save Click Connection Monitoring Mode

After a short while, all the red icons

should turn first to yellow

and then green arrows

. Green arrow shows that everything is running ok. If not, check your configuration. Exclamation mark over the node icon means that Infrastructure Administrator (IA) is communicating to HAC node and waiting the HAC node to complete the task, same icon is Near failure symbol on virtual unit level. Click the Save button after all of your virtual units are green.

You can use also Monitoring Views to see the status of the virtual units:
Virtual units having component Media Routing Server (MRS) are showing a yellow exclamation mark at this point.

It is ok because some additional configuration will be done a little bit later using System Configurator (SC).

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System Configurator (SC)


The System Configurator (SC) application is part of the SAP Business Communications Management (BCM) software, it enables a flexible administration and configuration of your system. Instead of several applications, SC provides one administration user interface with which you manage the following things: System-related settings such as built-in functions and channels Call switching Reporting Scripts Directories Presence information Queues Outbound campaigns Interactive voice responses Users and roles Data import and export

Set your BCM website to be a trusted site in Internet Explorer. To start the System Configurator (SC), browse to the website IP address where the Remote Administration Tools package has been installed, in this example installation: http://10.31.99.136/remoteadmin This will bring up the following page. There is two launching links, remote Infrastructure Administrator and remote System Configurator. Click on the Launch button for System Configurator

UserName Password Click Log On

BCM.Admin 12345678

As this is the first time you are logging in, you will be asked to change your default password. Enter a new password, minimum 8 characters e.g. 11111111. Enter the same password in the Confirm New Password field below and click OK.

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NOTE: If you use same SC for several BCM systems. You can configure different connection parameters and save them. Click the button next to Connection Enter information as follows: For example: Connection name IP Address Port Certificate Click Save

ACME 10.31.99.131 21002 COS.ACME.COM

Number range definition in System Management System Configurator (SC) user interface. The left hand pane contains the main menus and the right hand pane contains the detailed information of each section. Before any numbers can be allocated for users or queues the ranges must be defined. It is not mandatory to give PSTN number ranges in Infrastructure Administrator (IA) when installing databases.

Number Range:
Open System Management Number Range Subranges section, enter in the following: Start: 1300 End: 1309 Click the Start: Start: Start: Start:

Type: Queue

button to add this sub range, and do the same for the follow additional sub ranges. 1310 1350 1390 1392 End: End: End: End: 1349 1389 1391 1399 Type: Agent Type: Voicemail Type: Custom-Made IVR Type: Built-in IVR

Click Save

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System Services
Voicemail settings Voicemail IVR application is used as an automatic telephone answering service. Inbound calls can be forwarded to the voicemail number where callers hear audio messages (prompts) and can leave messages. Accounts can manage their voicemail boxes by using the Voicemail application or the corresponding functions in other applications. They can also use the IVR options to manage voicemails remotely.

Configure the voicemail settings. System E-Mail Address CEMServer@acme.com File Location D:\SAP\BCM\VU\ACME_PSTN\prompts\Voicemail Include Voicemail Message in Notification E-Mail Tick

Click Save

in this configured folder there must be a folder called Message in this training example we are using this folder because it is created already in running operative system this could be also a shared folder on a file server, e.g. \\SERVER\VM\

External Agent Settings This IVR application is used with the CALLCENTER application. It allows accounts to serve in queues remotely without opening the CDT application. In practice they use the IVR options to log into the queues from an external number (a mobile phone or traditional analogue phone). Configure the External Agent IVR application settings. Double click the line under Extension Numbers. Enter number 1399 for External Agent IVR application.

Click Save

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CMC Settings Communication Mobile Client (CMC) enables using SAP Business Communications Management (BCM) on a mobile phone. It offers most of the same functions as Communication Desktop (CDT) and Convergence, such as directories, presence and queue functions, and connection to Online Monitoring and Reporting. The functions that are specific to this application enable: Linking BCM presence profiles and phone's profiles Phone diverting number administration Call Routing and Source Number Masking services. Call recording into own voicemail box. Mobile presence.

Configure the CMC (Communication Mobile Client) settings. Connection Servers Erase the information currently in the line. Click on the pencil , and this brings up possible selection(s), select ACME_FrontEnd and click Add, then close the window. 4 (depends on the system) 095460,+35895460 112,999,911 1398 1397 1396
(depends on the system) (add your emergency numbers)

Internal Number Length

Internal Number Prefix Emergency Numbers Call Routing IVR Number IVR Number for Source Number Masking Recording IVR Number

Click Save

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Conference Settings Conference IVR is an IVR application used with the conference call functions. If this application is defined, it is possible also to create a conference-type PRS profile. When a user selects the profile, the personal inbound calls are transferred to this IVR application. The IVR application informs callers that the user they try to reach is having a call conference, and allows callers to join the conference by using a conference ID. Configure the Conference IVR application settings. Click in the field, and enter the number 1395 for Conference IVR application.

Click Save

Recording Settings Configure the recording settings. File Location Recording mode D:\SAP\BCM\VU\ACME_PSTN\prompts\Voicemail\Rec
(Path for recordings, in live systems typically a SAN or network drive using UNC path)

Specified for User, Queue or Campaign (this gives the freedom for users to select)

Click Save

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Email Settings
The system handles e-mails in the Communication Desktop (CDT) application as any other contacts, such as phone calls or chats, e-mails may be placed in a queue to be allocated to agents. The outbound e-mails are stored in the database and sent to a SMTP server by the E-Mail Sender component.

Configure the email server for receiving emails to email channel. Double click in fields to change settings: Name IP Addresses Port Bind to IP IMAP Folders Click Save POST 10.31.99.253 143 Virtual Unit IP Root

(select from dropdown) (select from dropdown)

SMS Settings
The system enables sending and receiving SMS messages but that requires that either some 3rd party hardware, or a specific service with an mobile operator is available. Sent messages are stored in the database, from where the SMS Server component sends them using a 3rd party SMS modem. Incoming SMS messages are received from the SMS modem or service. Like the e-mails, the incoming SMS messages cannot be sent directly to agents, but only to contact center queues.

Configure the SMS channel for receiving SMS messages. Destination


emails)

sms@acme.com

(incoming SMS messages can be handled as

Click Save

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Batch Job Server Settings

Batch Job Server is for running jobs like sending e-mails, directory rebuild/synchronizing and cleaning messages.

Configure the default setting for Batch Job Server Tick:

Synchronize Default Directory Group: All BCM Users Synchronize Default Directory Group: All BCM Queues

Click Save

IP Desk Phone Settings This IVR application plays prompts telling if the status or profile change in hard phone was successful or not Configure a number for ETC IVR application. ETC IVR Number 1394

Click Save

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Queue Callback Settings With this IVR application the callers can leave a callback request.

Configure the Queue Callback IVR application settings. IVR Number 1393

Click Save

Prompt Settings Configure prompt settings. (prompt path can be a local path or a shared folder on a file server e.g. \\SERVERNAME\prompts) File Location D:\SAP\BCM\VU\ACME_PSTN\prompts

Click Save

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System Management
Number Range To see the numbers already allocated you can click the Search button

Authentication policy

Default Password Policy and Session Policy settings:

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Modules Module configurations. Click Search. This brings up a list of the currently created modules. Double click the ACME_PSTN row containing the Media Routing Server (MRS). This enters into the detailed view for that component.

Highlight the two rows containing virtual unit name ACME_PSTN items (select with Ctrl-key pressed), and click the arrow to move the modules into the Selected modules.

This means that the Media Routing Server in ACME_PSTN virtual unit plays prompts for the SIP bridge and H323 bridge in the ACME_PSTN virtual unit which are connected to PSTN.

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Double click the ACME_FrontEnd row containing the Media Routing Server (MRS). This enters into the detailed view for that component.

Highlight the three rows (select with Ctrl-key pressed) containing virtual unit names ACME_Agents, ACME_Core and ACME_FrontEnd items, and click the Selected modules. arrow to move the modules into the

This means that the Media Routing Server in ACME_FrontEnd virtual unit plays prompts for the SIP bridge in ACME_FontEnd virtual unit and for ETC in the ACME_Agents virtual unit and for the softphones controlled by Call Dispatcher in ACME_Core virtual unit. Click Save and Close.

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Double click the ACME_Agents row containing the Media Routing Server (MRS). This enters into the detailed view for that component. This MRS does the Server Side Recording (SSR).

Add all the Available Module to Selected modules. This MRS makes recordings from all kind of devices and soft phones but does not play prompts. Click Save and Close.

Double click the ACME_Agents row containing the External Terminal Controller (ETC). Click ACME_FrontEnd row, and click the button to move it into the right hand column.

Click Save and Close

Hard phones registering through SIP Gatekeeper in ACME_FrontEnd virtual unit are using External Terminal Controller (ETC) from the ACME_Agents virtual unit.

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Channels, Voice Default settings for all voice queues. These defaults are inherited to all voice queues and can be changed on queue level.

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Channels, Email and Chat Default settings for all email and chat queues. These defaults are inherited to all email and chat queues and can be changed on queue level.

System Languages

You use this procedure to define the priority of other system languages. The default language of the system is defined in Infrastructure Administrator (IA) during installation. Language Priority in the System Configurator (SC) Application The language priority is as follows: 1. SC language (English, German, French, or Japanese) 2. User interface language if it is one of the four SC languages 3. System default language Language Priority in End-User Applications The language priority is as follows: 1. User interface language 2. System default language 3. The next match in the priority list (defined in SC)

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Call Switching
Gateways Click on the Gateways section, and click Name Description IP address Bridge Edit Incoming B Number (In mask) . Select SIP and click OK. Enter the information:

Mediant Audiocodes Mediant 1000 10.31.99.250 SipBridge ACME_PSTN ####

(from dropdown)

Select SIP parameter values needed for your system:

Click Save and Close.

Click on the Gateways section, and click information: Name Description IP address Bridge Edit Incoming B Number (In mask)

. Select H.323 and click OK. Enter the

IP3000 Innovaphone 10.31.99.249 H323Bridge ACME_PSTN ####

(from dropdown)

Click Save and Close.

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Destination Routes To make it possible to call out to any PSTN or mobile number you need to configure destination routes. Click on Destination Routes. Click Basics block: Name Description Priority Type: .

Calls Out Calls out from Mediant Least Recently Used (LRU)

Create following patterns Normal call +358 to 0 Emergency number Name: Call Out (#*) +358* 112 Destinations block: Gateway

any unknown number not configured to be in BCM system changing Finnish country code to 0 e.g. 112, 991, 999 Pattern: #* +358* 112 Edit Mask: * 0* 112

Description: Calls out, any unknown number +358 to 0 Emergency number

Mediant 10.31.99.250

Click Save and Close.

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Global Switching Settings

Default values for Call Dispatcher, detailed information about all settings can be found from application help:

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Reporting
Data Protection rules Click on Data Protection Rules, and double click Common Data Protection Rules Depending on your needs or local requirements, there are different ways to hide or display data in online monitoring and reporting. NOTE! If data is collected using these parameters, changing parameters later does not change what is hidden/displayed in past data. Here in this example installation, we will display all information. Untick all boxes, then click Save and Close .

Reporting Groups

Create a reporting group called ACME Agents.

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Statistic Settings

Several important settings that affect to reporting and monitoring. You can e.g.: monitor who listens the recorded calls hide digits from external phone numbers select applications to reporting include MTD calls to recording

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Directory Management
There is two default groups created when installing the system, BCM Queues and BCM Users.

By default only Expert User role has the Modify right to directory groups. This means that only those persons who have this role can edit the user information using Communication DeskTop (CDT).

Presence Management
Default Profiles:

Settings

Configure the Presence IVR application. Click Presence Management Settings Numbers block: Enter number Click Save 1392

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Queue Management
Configure the queues. In this example we create three queues. Switchboard queue for ACME company Sales queue which has automatic recording on Marketing queue

Phone queues On Queue Management Queues click . Select Type Phone Queue and click OK. Create the Switchboard, Sales and Marketing queues with following settings.
Basics block: Name: Description Ordinal Prompt Language Time Zone Critical Time Queue Mode Ringing Time Script Opening Type Directory Synchronization ------------------------------------Numbers/Addresses block: Number Extension Language ------------------------------------Contact Management block: Queue size Callback Queue Number Max. Waiting Time Extension for Default Queue 120 10 10 1302 90 1300 Forward when Maximum Waiting Time Has Elapsed 1393 Tick 60 1300 Forward when Maximum Waiting Time Has Elapsed 10 1300 English (UK) 1301 English (UK) 1302 1303 English (UK) Tick Tick Switchboard SB queue 1 English (UK) Europe/Helsinki 20 (seconds) Auto-Allocation 10 (seconds) Sales Sales queue 10 English (UK) Europe/Helsinki 20 (seconds) Auto-Allocation 10 (seconds) Default Callback script When Contact Answered Tick Auto-Allocation Sales Callback Callback queue 11 English (UK) Europe/Helsinki Marketing Marketing queue 12 English (UK) Europe/Helsinki 20 (seconds) Auto-Allocation 10 (seconds)

Forwarding Options Forwarding Number after DTMF Character Record Queue Calls -------------------------------------Voicemail and Notification Call Settings block: Voicemail Number 1350

1351

1353

Click Save and Close

NOTE: the calls to Sales queue are recorded automatically with server side recording. Entering the character # in Sales queue enables the Callback request.

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Picture of Switchboard queue settings:

Parameters with asterisk * have the default value from the Channels settings. Mouse cursor over the parameter shows the information. Value or selection can be changed.

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Email queue On Queue Management Queues click . Select Type E-Mail Queue and click OK. Create the ACME E-Mail queue with following settings. Basics block:
Name Description Ordinal Prompt Language Time Zone Critical Time Queue Mode Warning Time Directory Synchronization ACME E-Mail Email queue 500 English (US) Europe/Helsinki 3600 (seconds) Auto-Allocation 1800 (seconds) Tick

Numbers/Addresses block:
Address Extension Language E-Mail account E-Mail Password E-Mail Server emailbox@bcmtr.com English (US) emailbox ******** POST: 10.31.99.253 double click the field, clikck the pen icon , click Search and then select POST from the list, click Add and Close

Contact Management block:


Queue size Max. Waiting Time 10 600

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Chat queue On Queue Management Queues click . Select Type Chat Queue and click OK. Create the ACME Chat queue with following settings.

Basics block:
Name Description Ordinal Prompt Language Time Zone Critical Time Queue Mode Directory Synchronization ACME Chat Chat queue 600 English (US) Europe/Helsinki 180 (seconds) Auto-Allocation Tick

Numbers/Addresses block:
Address Extension Language chat@acme.com English (US)

Contact Management block:


Queue size Max. Waiting Time 10 600

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Queue Groups

Create a queue group of sales queues. On Queue Management Queue Groups click Enter Sales Queue group to Name and Description fields. .

In Queues block add the Sales and Sales Callback queues to the group.

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Scheduling Click on Queue Management Schedule. Click Select Service Times and Queue, then click OK.

Queue block: Click Add Search, click on the Switchboard queue, then click Add and Close Calendar block: Click Add Search, click on Workdays, then click Add and Close Schedule Details block: Default Start Time End Time Value

Closed (from dropdown) 8:00 17:00 Open

Click Save and Close.

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Same way you can create the scheduling for weekend. You can/should also configure your own calendar entries for Christmas, Easter etc. and all special holidays when you want the queues to opened or closed or when you want to play a special prompt etc. Click on the Search button. This will display the queues recently created. Click on the Personalize button and select Queue Time Zone and Date then click the Select. This makes it easier to see what the current time is in the queue location.

Skills

Click Add new to add skills. English BCM7

Click Save and Close.

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User and Role Management


User groups should be created before users.

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Presence profiles are accessed through user roles:

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Groups

Supervisors group
Click on User Groups - Add New Basics block: Name Description Directory Synchronization

CC Supervisors group CC Supervisors group Tick

Roles block: Add roles Advanced Monitoring User to enable monitoring and dashboard functionality for supervisors and Reporting Administrator to enable editing reporting parameters.

Supervisor group Roles:

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User Rights block: Queue user rights for individual queues:

Queue Group user rights for queue groups:

Click Save and Close

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Agents group
Click on User Groups - Add New Basics block: Name Description Directory Synchronization

CC Agents group CC Agents group Tick

User Rights block: From Type dropdown menu select Queue Click Add, then Search Select the ACME Chat, ACME E-Mail, Marketing queues then click Add and Close On the queue rows, tick Serve and Statistic Summary for these queues. From Type dropdown menu select Queue Group Click Add, then Search Select the Sales Queue group then click Add and Close On the group rows, tick Serve and Statistic Summary for this group.

Click Save and Close

Rights for individual queues:

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Office users group


Click on User Groups - Add New Basics block: Name Description Directory Synchronization

Office Users group Office Users group Untick

Click Save and Close

Expert users group


Click on User Groups - Add New Basics block: Name Description Directory Synchronization

Expert users group Expert users group Untick

User Rights block: From Type dropdown menu select Queue Click Add, then Search Select the Switchboard queue then click Add and Close On the Switchboard row, tick Serve Click Save and Close .

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Users

Configure CC Supervisor
Select User and Role Management Users, click Add New Basics block First Name (EN) Last Name (EN) Time Zone User Interface Language Prompt Language User Settings Template Number Chat Address Chat Name E-Mail Address Authentication block Logon Name CRM Logon Name

Supervisor CC Europe/Helsinki English (US) English (UK) CC Supervisor 1310 supervisor@acme.com Supervisor supervisor@acme.com

supervisor crmuser13

Voicemail and Notification Call Settings block Voicemail number 1360 Roles block Click Add Search, select CC Supervisor, click Add and Close

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Groups block Click Add Search, select CC Supervisors group, click Add and Close

Skills block Show Only Users Skills Set the skill level for the user

Untick

Recording block Server-Side Recording

Controlled by User (CDT and Convergence)

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Call Settings block Number of Switchboard Queue Queue Size

1300 0

(0 for CC agents and supervisors)

Reporting block Reporting Group

ACME Agents

Click Save and Close

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Configure CC Agent
Select User and Role Management Users, click Add New Basics block First Name (EN) Last Name (EN) Time Zone User Interface Language Prompt Language User Settings Template Number Chat Address Chat Name E-Mail Address Agent1 CC Europe/Helsinki English (US) English (UK) CC Agent 1311 agent1@acme.com Agent1 agent1@acme.com

Authentication block Logon Name agent1

Voicemail and Notification Call Settings block Voicemail number 1361

Roles block Click Add Search, select CC Agent, click Add and Close

Groups block Click Add Search, select CC Agents group, click Add and Close

Skills block Show Only Users Skills Set the skill level for the user Untick

Recording block Server-Side Recording Controlled by User (CDT and Convergence)

Call Settings block Number of Switchboard Queue Queue Size 1300 0

(0 for CC agents and supervisors)

Reporting block Reporting Group ACME Agents

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Configure Expert User


Select User and Role Management Users, click Add New Basics block First Name (EN) Last Name (EN) Time Zone User Interface Language Prompt Language User Settings Template Number E-Mail Address Expert SB Europe/Helsinki English (US) English (UK) Expert Users 1312 expert@acme.com

Authentication block Logon Name expert

Voicemail and Notification Call Settings block Voicemail number 1362

Roles block Click Add Search, select Expert User, click Add and Close

Groups block Click Add Search, select Expert Users group, click Add and Close

Recording block Server-Side Recording Controlled by User (CDT and Convergence)

Call Settings block Number of Switchboard Queue Queue Size 1300 5

(1 or more for expert users like switchboard agents)

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Configure Office User


Select User and Role Management Users, click Add New Basics block First Name (EN) Last Name (EN) Time Zone User Interface Language Prompt Language User Settings Template Number E-Mail Address Authentication block Logon Name

Office User Europe/Helsinki English (US) English (UK) Office Users 1313 office.user@acme.com

office

Voicemail and Notification Call Settings block Voicemail number 1363 Roles block Click Add Search, select Office User, click Add and Close Groups block Click Add Search, select Office Users group, click Add and Close Call Settings block Number of Switchboard Queue Queue Size

1300 3

(1 or more for office users)

Configure a hard phone


Select User and Role Management Users, click Add New Basics block First Name (EN) Last Name (EN) Time Zone User Interface Language Prompt Language User Settings Template Number: Authentication block Logon Name

Polycom Hard phone Europe/Helsinki English (US) English (UK) Office Users 1314

1314

Voicemail and Notification Call Settings block: Voicemail number 1364 Roles block Click Add Search, select Office User, click Add and Close Groups block Click Add Search, select Office Users group, click Add and Close Call Settings block Number of Switchboard Queue Queue Size

1300 3

(1 or more for office users)

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Opening the CDT (Communication DeskTop)


Client Components

In a live environment you typically install the terminal_Proxy.msi and terminal_Core7.0.x.x.msi packages, then the handset/headset driver package depending on your phone model.

The following settings are the minimum changes required to the Medium level of the Internet Explorer 8.0/9.0 version security settings for the BCM system to work properly:

ActiveX controls and plug-ins Automatic prompting for ActiveX controls: Enable. Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as safe for scripting: Enable.

Miscellaneous Allow script-initiated windows without size or position constrains Use SmartScreen Filter: Disable. Use Pop-up Blocker: Disable.

Scripting User Authentication Choose Automatic logon with current name and password. This setting is required if the system servers and workstations are located in different domains.

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Set the website IP address to be a trusted site, as per Workstation installation guide settings. If you have created the certificate yourself, you need to install the <certificate_name>.p7b file on the PC/laptop where you will be running CDT or Convergence. Browse the http://10.31.99.136/cdt page Enter in the name of the user you created earlier: supervisor and empty password, click Log On.

The first time you login, you need to enter a New Password. At least 8 characters long. Then confirm it and click OK.

The CDT opens:

Test calls: Make a test call to your Switchboard queue, number 1300. You should hear the first prompt (pre-recorded welcome message) after 10 seconds. Another test call can be made using making a call from CDT to hard phone

To test callback functionality: open CDT using supervisor account and log out from Sales and Sales Callback queues use e.g. the hard phone to call to 1301 number (Sales queue). while the call is in queue press # key to leave the call back request after leaving the request log supervisor in Sales and Sales Callback queues after a few moments the system allocates the callback call to agent and after answering the call is made also to the hard phone fill the information to default callback script and disconnect the call

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Directory search
There is a job in SQL Server Agent Jobs list. This job is running once per night but if you want to see results immediately when doing a directory search, you need to run the SQL job manually. Open SQL Management Studio and connect to the Instance where you have BCM databases installed. Expand SQL Server Agent, Jobs, right Click ACME: Full-text catalog rebuild and select Start Job at Step.

Click Start.

When it shows Success, click Close. Return to the CDT user interface and click on the Search button. It should now show the users and queues with correct Presence information.

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Convergence
Install the Convergence components from BCM software folder. Installation creates the shortcut on the desktop.

Open the Convergence by double clicking the icon, click the Settings icon site IP address to the Host Address field. Common: Audio: Queues:

and configure the web

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User Settings Template

Directory templates - CC Supervisors and CC Agents are using the Advanced directory template by default - Office users are using the Basic directory template by default - Expert Users are using Expert directory template by default Basic: - shows only General tab Advanced: - shows General and Details tabs Expert: - shows General, Switchboard, Details, Additional info and Company tabs. There are differences between templates what information is shown in visible tabs.

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Directory Templates
Templates define the visible things in the CDT tabs. Directory templates can be edited to suit customer needs. View of Advanced directory template:

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Skill based routing


Configured skills:

Select required skills for the queue. Skill can be defined on extension level or on channel level.

Set the skill levels for agents:

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Chat Channel
NOTE: Chat channel (queue) is based on sample software of how to make a customer chat web site. This sample should be treated as a proof of concept. The software is using ASP.NET technology so it can be used only on server running Windows Server 2003/2008. In this example we are creating the internet chat web site to the same demo/test server. In real life this site would normally be located in demilitarized zone (DMZ), accessible from internet. Typically it would also need some firewall configuring to work. Connection between internet chat client and chat portal server must be configured.

Chat Server and Chat Portal Server

Chat Server and Chat Portal Server must be also installed correctly to make the chat channel work. Chat Server is included by default to Administrator virtual unit template. Chat Portal Server can be installed either creating a new virtual unit using Integration Virtual Unit template which includes also Integration Interfaces packages for CRM integration which makes a separate web site for the chat portal (and Integration Interfaces) or adding the Chat Portal Server as a new component to some existing web site. In this training example we add the Chat Portal Server to existing ACME_Website virtual unit. Using Monitoring mode inactivate the ACME_Website. Switch to Deployment mode. Right click the ACME_Website and select Add Software Select Chat Portal Server from list

The default parameters: Right click the ACME_Website and select Synchronize Instances. After that Apply Changes to Local System (or Apply Changes to Host) on the node level.

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Internet Chat Client

Internet Chat Client package included in software packages is only a sample how to make the web site in Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) to handle the incoming chat requests and how to send them to Chat Portal Server. Example uses ASP.NET, so it is possible to use only with Microsoft Windows Server 2003/2008 operating systems. This software package should be treated as a Proof of Concept.

Create a virtual unit for chat web site (ACME_Chat) using Infrastructure Administrator (IA). Install only the Web Server Virtual Unit software package. Configure the IP address (10.31.98.130) and subnet mask (255.255.254.0) for the site.

Configure the Web Server variables in Software level: minimum information is the Windows User Account for Running Web-Related Processes and the correct password for the account

Select Instance for the virtual unit and install the web site with Apply Changes to Local System on the selected node.

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After the installation has succeeded copy the files from \Install\7.0.x.x\Internet Chat Client\content folder to VU\ACME_Chat\Web\ChatAs folder (this ChatAs folder must be created manually).

Edit two files to have correct information about channel and chat portal:

VU\ACME_Chat\web\ChatAs\Web.config VU\ACME_Chat\web\ChatAs\ChatForms\CustomerChatForm.xml
ChatAS configuration Edit the Web.config file with an appropriate text editor (Notepad). Define the HTTP address and port number of the VU where the Chat Portal is installed for the ChatPortal IciContainerService, IciItemService and IciChatSessionService. All these services are found from your chat portal server. 1. Sample ChatAs\web.config file; replace the ip.address:1080 with the IP address and possible port of the ACME_Website virtual unit: . <applicationSettings> <ChatAS.Properties.Settings> <setting name="ChatAS_ChatPortal_ChatPortal" serializeAs="String"> <value>http://10.31.99.136/ChatPortal/ChatPortal.asmx</value> </setting> <setting name="ChatAS_IciContainer_IciContainerService" serializeAs="String"> <value>http:// 10.31.99.136/ChatPortal/IciContainerService.asmx</value> </setting> <setting name="ChatAS_IciItem_IciItemService" serializeAs="String"> <value>http:// 10.31.99.136/ChatPortal/IciItemService.asmx</value> </setting> <setting name="ChatAS_IciChatSession_IciChatSessionService" serializeAs="String"> <value>http:// 10.31.99.136/ChatPortal/IciChatSessionService.asmx</value> </setting> </ChatAS.Properties.Settings> </applicationSettings> ...

2.

Edit the file ChatAs\ChatForms\CustomerChatForm.xml to define the chat channel(s). You can also add more languages using the 2character coding. Sample CustomerChatForm.xml file ... <CHANNEL_ADDRESS type="dropdown" name="Contact" required="yes" id="CHANNEL_ADDRESS"> <ITEM value="chat@acme.com"/> </CHANNEL_ADDRESS>

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Windows Server 2008 IIS 7 Configuration

Open the Internet Information Services (IIS) Manager Open the Sites, select ACME_Chat, double click the Request Filtering, select Hidden Segments tab, select segment named bin:

Select Remove Activate ChatAs folder under the ACME_Chat site and right click it, select Convert to Application.

Click Connect as ... To set the correct user, click the Set... button, enter the correct user account and password.

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Configuration can be tested with Test Settings button:

After installing all the chat components restart the BCM system Make a chat request to BCM by Internet chat client URL: http://10.31.98.130/chatas/chatform.aspx

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CRM Integration
Integrations virtual unit template consists of Integration Interfaces, Web Server and optional Chat Portal Server packages.
Typical (minimum) information needed by software packages: Time zone IP address of the virtual unit Connection information for SQL server(s) and databases CRM integration related information

Create a virtual unit using Integrations Virtual Unit template. NOTE: Untick the Include Chat Portal Server because in this training example we already installed the chat portal to ACME_WebSite virtual unit. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.139) and subnet mask then click OK. CRM integration needs a lot of variables to be configured depending of the wanted integration functionality: - web site related variables, ports, user, password, time zone - reporting database variables - OII, ACI, DAI, RDI, TMI variables - connection security variables

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After installing all the integration components restart the complete BCM system. Users can have different logon names for BCM and CRM.

In this training example supervisor is using CRM with logon name crmuser00

In the BCM 7 training environment we are using URL like this to open the IC Webclient: http://iwdfvm1042.wdf.sap.corp:52080/sap/bc/bsp/sap/crm_ui_frame/default.htm?sapuser=crmuser00&sap-password=welcome In the training environment the phone number of Agent1 (1011) is recognized in the CRM database as a customer. Separate documentation is available for CRM configuration.

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IVR Management
Creating an IVR application Configure: Name Description Enable Reporting IVR Numbers Hosting CEM Instances

Click Add New to start creating the menu application.

Creating application is done by selecting from the existing options correct Child Element, Child Element Block and then entering information.

The elements on the left frame have their parameters on the right side. At least some of the fields must have a value. If a value is missing there is a Sign disappears when all the needed parameters have been entered. Message shows what is missing: sign showing that.

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Importing an IVR application, click Import button

Select the file: queue_transfer.xml

Default path: D:\SAP\BCM\\Install\7.0.x.x\Remote Administration Tools\contents\web\remoteadmin\templates\

Double click the line:

The Menu IVR application

Edit the numbers to match your environment: e.g. Switchboard queue number for queue1 and Sales queue number for queue2. Save and Close NOTE: This example is using the EN\Welcome.wav file as the only message. You should record a new welcome message for this IVR where the options are told to the caller and configure the IVR to use it.

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Select ACME_Core to be the Active CEM to run the application and check the IVR Numbers and click Save and Close .

Application is started automatically by CEM.

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Adding second Core virtual unit


Switch to Deployment Mode and add the second core virtual unit, use name ACME_Core2. Add in the IP address (10.31.99.138) and subnet mask then click OK. Click on Software, Edit, and add in following information: Common Variables: Server Connection Security: Internal Server Certificate in Use Internal Server Certificate Common Name Internal Server Certificate Issuer

Tick BCM.ACME.COM BCM00CA

All other variables have the default settings inherited from other virtual units. Notice the RTP Packet length in MS setting. This is the system wide packet length setting. This setting should have the same value as with first core virtual unit( ACME_Core).

Click Save Right click on Instances, and select Add Instance to node BCM00 Right click on ACME_Core and select Apply Changes to Local System.

Always when adding certain type of new components to BCM system they have to be configured in the System Management Modules. Components of these types need configuration: Media Routing Server SIP Bridge H323 Bridge External Terminal Controller Call Dispatcher Quality Monitoring Server PSTN gateway (e.g. Audiocodes, Cisco, Innovaphone, Dialogic)

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In SC (System Configurator) configure the two MRS components to work with this new core. Add the ACME_Core2 to list of Selected Modules of the MRS in ACME_Agents virtual unit to record the calls

and ACME_FrontEnd to play prompts to calls handled by this core virtual unit instance.

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Adding second application server (HAC node)

Internal server certificate (BCM.ACME.COM) from the first server must be exported to this second server. In this example the second server is called BCM02. Export the Internal Server Certificate (BCM.ACME.COM) from the first server using the wizard:

Select: Yes, export the private key

Default options and password for the file:

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Save the file to D:\SAP\BCM folder:

Copy the newly created file (Exported_Internal_Server_Certificate_from_BCM00.pfx) and the certnew.p7b file to second server BCM02.

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Import the same certnew.p7b to second server same way to Trusted Root Certification Authorities as it was imported originally on this first server (see page 14 of this guide). Import the (Exported_Internal_Server_Certificate_from_BCM00.pfx) file to this second server:

Select the correct file:

Password of the file and options

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Imported BCM.ACM.COM certificate:

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Install the Infrastructure Administrator (IA) to the second server and open it. Copy the model.wim file from the first server to local folder (D:\SAP\BCM) and open the file in IA (File Open).

Add the second HAC node Set it to be the Local HAC Node Select the base installation Configure the Deployment Variables for High Availability Controller Save the variables and Apply All Changes to Local Host Connect and switch to Monitoring Mode

The local version of the model.wim file can be saved to the default folder: D:\SAP\BCM\VU\BCM02\etc Remove the model.wim from D:\SAP\BCM. It is now obsolete.

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After saving the system model switch to Monitoring Mode. When the second HAC node starts to communicate with the first server (HAC service and IA) it sends the new version of the system model to the first server. Using either the first or second server you can switch IA to Deployment Mode and start to configure virtual unit instances to second server.

To install several virtual units on the Local HAC node, right click the local HAC node and select the Apply All Changes to Local System. Local Infrastructure Administrator (IA) does the installation. To install several virtual units on remote HAC node select the HAC node, right click the correct HAC node and select Apply All Changes to Host. HAC service on the remote HAC node does the installation.

You can follow the installation progress also on the other HAC nodes from IA.

After configuring the virtual units save the system model and switch to Monitoring Mode.

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Complete test/demo installation


At this point the BCM system should look like this:

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Reporting
Change the domain user account (in this example BCMTR\BCMAdmin) to run the following Windows services: SQL Server SQL Server Agent SQL Server Analysis Services

Reporting databases

Create virtual unit for reporting database, ACME_Reporting_DB Use Databases Virtual Unit template, select only Reporting Database Server package to be installed and configure the variables.

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Reporting website

Create virtual unit for reporting web site, ACME_Reporting_Website. Use Web Server template and configure the variables. Use the IP address 10.31.99.137 for this web site.

Save system model and switch to Connection Monitoring Mode.

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Reporting Services Configuration Manager

This configuration example is from SQL Server 2008 R2.

Connect to correct SQL Reporting Services instance: Server Name Report Server Instance

Connection created, report server started

Select user for report server service account: Account Password

Report server service account configured

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Configure the web site information: Virtual Directory IP Address TCP Port

Web service configured

Configure database connection:

Create a new report server database

Server Name (SERVER\INSTANCE)

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Database Name

Authentication Type User Name Password

Summary of configuration

Database created

Database configuration ready

Virtual Directory URL configuration

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Virtual Directory created

Optional E-mail configuration

Execution account configuration

Encryption keys configuration

Filename

Password

Encryption keys configured

Optional Scale-out Deployment

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Standard Reports

Create virtual unit for standard reports. Use Standard Reports Virtual Unit template and configure the variables.

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Reporting user rights

In this example we have already added the Reporting Administrator role to CC Supervisors group. If needed the Reporting Administrator role can be also allocated directly to users like here: Use System Configurator (SC) to add Reporting Administrator role for Supervisor account.

Open the Online Monitoring using Supervisor account, select Tools Reporting Settings

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You can configure some additional information for reporting.

You can also monitor the data transformation.

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Reports

Because of the default settings in Windows UAC in the BCM training environment you must open Internet Explorer using Run as administrator selection to be able to see reports.

Open the reporting web page: http://10.31.99.137/reports_acme

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Personalizing SC
You can create quick links to your most often used functionalities to Home page of System Configurator. Open Personalize Quick Links and create e.g. blocks for adding, searching, opening etc.

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