Updating CUCM’s Enterprise Parameters with AXL

When deploying CUCM on a regular basis, there is often a set of Enterprise Parameters common to most deployments that require configuration.  These involve jumping through various hoops on the UI to set up, so are a perfect candidate for API tooling using AXL.

Enterprise Params are a bit of a special case in that you use the getServiceParameter method which supports getupdate and list operations.

 <soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns:ns="http://www.cisco.com/AXL/API/11.5">
 <soapenv:Header/>
 <soapenv:Body>
 <ns:updateServiceParameter>
 <processNodeName>EnterpriseWideData</processNodeName>
 <name>AllowedPerfmonQueriesPerMinute</name>
 <service>Enterprise Wide</service>
 <value>100</value>
 </ns:updateServiceParameter>
 </soapenv:Body>
</soapenv:Envelope>

 

These are housed in the processConfig table, and are called with the following special handling:

  • processNodeName: EnterpriseWideData
  • service: Enterprise Wide

 

The attribute names are most easily determined using a list .  This allows for easily scripting using your preferred language or performed more manually using SoapUI.

4 thoughts on “Updating CUCM’s Enterprise Parameters with AXL

  1. I have noticed that parameters which have a drop down field for their parameter values are not updated „visually“, so when I look into the settings after the update, the parameter looks still the same, even when the „GET“ response proofs the succesful update.

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  2. Would you be willing to post a sample for setting the T302 timer? I have some code but I am not having the same success as with other settings.

    Thnkas

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  3. Would you be willing to post a sample setting the T302 timer? I am not having any luck with the format. I have a small piece of sample code and the service data from CCM when performing the list.

    param =
    axl.updateServiceParameter(param)

    {
    ‘processNodeName’: {
    ‘_value_1’: ‘EnterpriseWideData’,
    ‘uuid’: ‘{00000000-1111-0000-0000-000000000000}’
    },
    ‘name’: ‘TimerT302_msec’,
    ‘service’: ‘Cisco CallManager’,
    ‘value’: ‘15000’,
    ‘valueType’: None,
    ‘uuid’: ‘{84BD105F-34B5-43CB-BCC0-D2AEAF335D41}’
    }

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