How to find DBID of Applications in Genesys?

In Genesys, you need to know DBID of applications to configure alarms/blocking logs from Message Server.  Ever wondered to find out DBID of the application… Here is the trick…

Open configuration manager (CME) from command prompt, using the -d command line parameter. For example, “D:\GCTI\SCE.exe -d”.. That’s it 🙂

Now you will find the application DBID in the Application Properties Dialog box.

If you want to view the DBID by default, right click the CME shortcut and add “-d’ in target text box.

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  1. Brian Mecham November 17, 2014 at 6:27 pm Reply

    Is there a list of other options that can be used with the command line start of CME besides SCE.exe -d?

    • blakshmikanth November 18, 2014 at 4:09 pm Reply

      I am not aware of other command line options for CME. For CCPulse, you can use -user -pwd options to login directly.

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How to find DBID of Applications in Genesys?

In Genesys, you need to know DBID of applications to configure alarms/blocking logs from Message Server.  Ever wondered to find out DBID of the application… Here is the trick…

Open configuration manager (CME) from command prompt, using the -d command line parameter. For example, “D:\GCTI\SCE.exe -d”.. That’s it 🙂

Now you will find the application DBID in the Application Properties Dialog box.

If you want to view the DBID by default, right click the CME shortcut and add “-d’ in target text box.

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Comments: 2

  1. Brian Mecham November 17, 2014 at 6:27 pm Reply

    Is there a list of other options that can be used with the command line start of CME besides SCE.exe -d?

    • blakshmikanth November 18, 2014 at 4:09 pm Reply

      I am not aware of other command line options for CME. For CCPulse, you can use -user -pwd options to login directly.

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