Specify Custom Fields for Screen Display Boxes

$display_box boxcode title [initval]

This command specifies an override for the contents of one of the boxes on the COPIAFACTS screen display. There are eighteen boxes in the upper section of the display, numbered as shown below. You may customize any of the boxes.

The parameters on this command are used as follows:

boxcode the designation of the box to be used, from 0 to 9 or A to H inclusive. The eighteen boxes are numbered as follows:

  0 | 2 | 4 | 6 | 8 | A | C | E | G

  - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -

  1 | 3 | 5 | 7 | 9 | B | D | F | H

title the text to describe the content, enclosed in double quotes if it contains embedded blanks. In an odd-numbered box, any portion preceding a vertical bar symbol (|) will be placed in the top (column header) box.  A colon and space will be appended to the string.
initval the initial value for the box, if a numeric value is required.

To place values in the custom fields, you can assign values to system variables DISPLAYn (where n is 0 to 9, A to H).  These variables are global and are not reset at the end of each call.

The override text is not shown initially when COPIAFACTS starts up, only when the CopiaFacts engine has been started.

Defaults:

The default values in each field are as follows:

0Fax inbound pages
1Fax inbound failures
2Fax outbound pages
3Fax outbound failures
4Inbound voice calls
5Fax-on-Demand requests
6Outbound voice calls
7Outbound voice failures
8E-Mails sent
9E-Mails failed
10SMS sent
11SMS failed
12Average open time
13Max open time
14Active line count
15Active line max
16Fax/Voice retries
17E-Mail retries

Example:

Specify a counter box. After using this command you may assign values to variable DISPLAY5 (for example incrementing a counter for each $lookup_var command) which will display on the COPIAFACTS status screen.

$display_box 5 "Custom|Lookup_var" 0