[Solved] Dialplan issue w script

Hi,

Trying to run a script for messaging.
Running asterisk 13

Here is the code set in extensions.conf

and this is the astqueue.sh file

[quote]
!/bin/bash
#####################################################

v0.2

copyleft Sanjay Willie sanjayws@gmail.com

SCRIPT PURPOSE: GENERATE SMS OFFLINE QUEUE

GEN INFO: Change variables sections

#####################################################

This script was edit by Michael A. Gates

becuase it didn’t work in Freepbx 5.211.65-12

Asterisk v11.9 OS SHMZ release 6.5 (Final)

I am by no means a Linux guy or a Asterisk

guy (Still learning). Without Sanjay Willie’s

work I could not have done this.

#Contact: Michael.allen.gates@gmail.com #
#####################################################

#VARIABLES
maxretry=100 #Number of Atempts for sending the sms
retryint=30 #Number of Seconds between Retries
#CONSTANTS
ERRORCODE=0
d_unique=date +%s
d_friendly=date +%T_%D
astbin=which asterisk
myrandom=$[ ( $RANDOM % 1000 ) + 1 ]

function bail()
{
echo "SMS:[$ERRORCODE] $MSGOUT. Runtime:$d_friendly. UniqueCode:$d_unique"
exit $ERRORCODE
}
function gencallfile(){

filename=$1
destexten=$2
source=$3
dest=$4
message=$5
mydate=date +%d%m%y
logdate=date
#dest=echo $dest | grep -d

echo -e "Channel: Local/$destexten@app-fakeanswer
CallerID: $source
Maxretries: $maxretry
RetryTime: $retryint
Context: astsms
Extension: $destexten
Priority: 1
Set: MESSAGE(body)=$message
Set: MESSAGE(to)=$dest
Set: MESSAGE(from)=$source
Set: INQUEUE=1 "> /var/spool/asterisk/temp/$filename

move files

chown asterisk:asterisk /var/spool/asterisk/temp/$filename
chmod 777 /var/spool/asterisk/temp/$filename
sleep 3
mv /var/spool/asterisk/temp/$filename /var/spool/asterisk/outgoing/

#exit $ERRORCODE
bail
}

while test -n “$1”; do
case “$1” in
-SRC)
source="$2"
echo $source
shift
;;
-DST)
dest="$2"
echo $dest
shift
;;
-MSG)
message="$2"
echo $message
shift
;;
-TIME)
originaltime="$2"
echo $originaltime
shift
;;
esac
shift
done

#[checking for appropriate arguments]
if [[ “$source” == “” ]]; then
echo "ERROR: No source. Quitting."
ERRORCODE=1
bail
fi

if [[ "$dest" == "" ]]; then
		echo "ERROR: No usable destination. Quitting."
		ERRORCODE=1
		bail
fi

if [[ "$message" == "" ]]; then
		echo "ERROR: No message specified.Quitting."
		ERRORCODE=1
		bail
fi

#[End Argument checking]

Check to see if extension exist

destexten=echo $dest | cut -d\@ -f1 | cut -d\: -f2
ifexist=$astbin -rx "sip show peers" | grep -c $destexten

if [[ “$ifexist” == “0” ]]; then
echo "Destination extension don’t exist, exiting…"
ERRORCODE=1
baduser=$destexten
destexten=echo $source | cut -d\@ -f1 | cut -d\: -f2
temp=$source
source=$dest
dest=$temp
message="The user $baduser does not exist, please try your message again using a different recipient.:frowning:
filename=”$destexten-$d_unique.$myrandom.NoSuchUser.call"
gencallfile “$filename” “$destexten” “$source” “$dest” "$message"
bail
fi
#End of Check

If that conditions pass, then we will queue,

you can write other conditions too to keep the sanity of the looping

destexten=`echo $dest | cut -d\@ -f1 | cut -d\: -f2`
filename="$destexten-$d_unique.$myrandom.call"
gencallfile "$filename" "$destexten" "$source" "$dest" "$message"
bail[/quote]

Now I dont see any errors here but I guess thats the problem.
SO when a device is disconnected, the CLI says the call went through and was answered by fakeanswer and the script never runs. If I remove fakeanswer from the dial plan then the script runs and generates the message in the outgoing folder, but the message never send when the device comes back online.

So what am I missing??

Ok so I got it working. Was down to an extra space in the code between. .sh and -SRC.

No idea where it came from but its fixed :smiley: