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srg

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Hi all,
writing some software code for middle-range pbxes of NEC like 2000IPS, SV8300 and so on.
Just have a couple of releases for which I don`t now their SC-numbers. That is actual for R1, R3 (Step 1?) for SV9300. Does anybody have this information?

For others here is my list of software translation:

lt at: '2995' put: '[Series 3000 R4.2]';
        at: '3076' put: '[Series 3100 R5]';
        at: '3117' put: '[Series 3200 R6.1]';
        at: '3118' put: '[Series 3200 R6.2]';
        at: '3216' put: '[R7]';
        at: '3248' put: '[Series 3300 R8]';
        at: '3326' put: '[Series 3400 R9]';
        at: '3385' put: '[Series 3500 R10]';
        at: '3469' put: '[Series 3600 R11]';
        at: '3551' put: '[Series 3700 R12]';
        at: '3655' put: '[Series 3800 R13]';
        at: '3713' put: '[Series 3900 R14]';
        
        at: '3756' put: '[R1]'; "These are sv8300 releases"
        at: '3838' put: '[R2]';
        at: '3895' put: '[R3]';
        at: '3933' put: '[R3.5]';
        at: '3934' put: '[R4]';
        at: '3999' put: '[R5.1]';
        at: '4000' put: '[R5.2]';
        at: '4028' put: '[R6]';
        at: '4081' put: '[R7]';
        at: '4152' put: '[R8]';
        at: '4200' put: '[R9]';
        
        at: '4244' put: '[V2]'; "These are sv9300 versions"
        at: '4351' put: '[V3 Step 2]';
        at: '4457' put: '[V4]';
        at: '4600' put: '[V5]'.

Regards,
Sergei.
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I did have (I think I still have) a sheet on some of the numbers but only up to the IPS. Which are you looking for?
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Hi R4,
the list of IPS sc-numbers is full and doesn`t need to be updated. Just looking for info on SV9300 V1 an V3 which is just previous to V3 Step 2 - I know it (let call it simply V3) does exist but no details. Here in Europe we never saw it on downloads page. And I also wonder wether V1 was officially released somewhere?!
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I will see if I can find anything out next time I am speaking to NEC. Mind if I ask what you are writing?
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Posted a reply yesterday, but it is absent now...
In short: writing an application which will allow the installers to execute different scripts with customer-defined parameters.
The link will show what it looks like, this is only a beginning of my project.

_https://youtu.be/7N-G9yBE7O4
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Have you seen the Automate thread here. My very poor programming skills but functioning. it sets a lot of things that have the wrong default values but also takes customer data and converts it to a script for the Mach script editor.
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Have you seen the Automate thread here. My very poor programming skills but functioning. it sets a lot of things that have the wrong default values but also takes customer data and converts it to a script for the Mach script editor.

Just took a look and this is similar to how I wrote a couple of scripts with ISDN and sip trunks on SV8300. You did a big work. But as for me I would write my own scripts instead of others`s ready scripts (except for the most simple) because I don`t want to dig into them to know how they work, and I`m very exacting to the user interface and want it be as simple as possible and as much unattended as possible. Another reason is the 2000IPS is now in the past, and differences between 2000IPS and SV9300 in some aspects are very huge.
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My very poor programming skills but functioning. it sets a lot of things that have the wrong default values but also takes customer data and converts it to a script for the Mach script editor.
Not quite clear to me what you said. I am also a newbie in programming, started coding from ground up a half a year ago,  and now second time rewriting what I have done so far because I dislike the current code. And the best simplicity of the programming language I use make the process interesting and quick. I use Smalltalk, the best OOP language (see online documentation).
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Not quite clear to me what you said. I am also a newbie in programming,


I should have used subroutines more (I actually hit the limit of how big a VBA file can be at one point).

A lot of the things Automate changes are things which we always believed should have been set the opposite to the default value.

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and differences between 2000IPS and SV9300 in some aspects are very huge.


They sure are, which is why I have never updated it. 

Good luck in your efforts and if I can assist, I will. The problem is getting the info from NEC as they aren't very forthcoming!
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Good luck in your efforts and if I can assist, I will. The problem is getting the info from NEC as they aren't very forthcoming!

Thanks R4, I wish you good luck too. I`ll publish the major events of software development bit only if I wouldn`t drop it [smile]
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