As we discussed in Intro to web services, when you define web services, you configure how those services are invoked to stream real-time or near real-time data to other web-based computing systems while calls are in progress. The control of invoking a web service is through a webhook, or trigger. This article describes which data elements can be streamed through a web service and which events can trigger a web service invocation.
You can stream real-time events from data elements that describe data related to inbound call distribution and outbound dialing. To understand the meaning and usage of these data elements, see the reference material in Reports reference. Where definitions appear in more than one report, review the definition for the report type that applies to the call details you want streamed from your web service invocation.
The real-time events you can stream include:
Survey data elements
To send survey results via SOAP/HTTP, configure and save the survey first, then create the SOAP/HTTP service, and then configure your outbound campaign to send the data when an agent dispositions a call.
You can transmit a real-time feed of data elements at a number of different points in a call’s lifecycle: