[OpenSIPS-Users] ACC module with JSON events

Jarrod Baumann jarrod at unixc.org
Fri Feb 23 23:01:37 EST 2018

modparam("acc", "evi_extra", "json=$avp(json_acc)")

startup_route {
  if (!subscribe_event("E_ACC_CDR", "rabbitmq:user:pass at host/queue")) {
    xlog("L_ERR","Cannot subscribe RabbitMQ to E_ACC_CDR\n");

route["set_acc_variables"] {
  $json(acc) := "{}";
  $json(acc/from_user)      = $avp(ani);
  $json(acc/to_user)        = $avp(dnis);
  $avp(json_acc)            = $json(acc); #deserialize for raising the event

Obviously there are other parameters involved for the acc module but this
should provide the gist for using aqmp or any other method you want once
you deserialize the json object.  You can catch this in a worker and
serialize it to json using any language you want.

On Friday, February 23, 2018, SamyGo <govoiper at gmail.com> wrote:

> Thanks Razvan, will open a feature request.
> Jarrod Can you elaborate the steps involved please?
> So, I don't have anything against XML right now but my XML receiver side
> is a bit of difficulty in terms of parsing the XML structure (Its done but
> not in a way I like it) - JSON will make it far easier.
> Regards,
> Sammy
> On Fri, Feb 23, 2018 at 10:49 AM, Jarrod Baumann <jarrod at unixc.org> wrote:
>> I build the JSON data with cdr and convert to a string for throwing
>> events. Then whatever collects your CDR can serialize it again. This works
>> well and is probably similar to what XML is doing.
>> On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 10:14 PM SamyGo <govoiper at gmail.com> wrote:
>>> Hi,
>>> I'm using ACC module to trigger accounting events which land up in
>>> event_xmlrpc and ultimately shipped to remote CDR collection server. The
>>> sent data is obviously an XML - now, can I have an event_json like module
>>> so data is sent as JSON or is there any other way I can achieve the same ?
>>> Regards
>>> Sammy
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