Is queue Members priority supposed to show in the “queue show” command

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Hi Everyone,

I am doing a queue show and I can’t see any column that shows a queue member
priority. Is there any other command that can show the member priority on
the Asterisk 1.4x CLI?

We are using this format of dialplan to login agents:

exten => 123,Answer()
exten => 123,n,AddQueueMember(500|Local/${CALLERID(num)}@from-internal/n)
exten => 123,Hangup()

^^^^ Where 500 is the English queue number and extension 123 is dial to
login into Q-500

The priorities don’t seem to work when we use the LEASTRECENT strategy so I
am suspecting my dialplan above or maybe even the priorities are not
supposed to work with LEASTRECENT strategy at all?

Thanks

2 thoughts on - Is queue Members priority supposed to show in the “queue show” command

  • You mean the penalty?

    ~]# asterisk -rx “core show application AddQueueMember”

    -= Info about application ‘AddQueueMember’ =-

    [Synopsis]
    Dynamically adds queue members

    [Description]

    AddQueueMember(queuename[|interface[|penalty[|options[|membername[|state_interface]]]]]):
    Dynamically adds interface to an existing queue.
    If the interface is already in the queue and there exists an n+101 priority
    then it will then jump to this priority. Otherwise it will return an error
    The option string may contain zero or more of the following characters:
    ‘j’ — jump to +101 priority when appropriate.
    This application sets the following channel variable upon completion:
    AQMSTATUS The status of the attempt to add a queue member as a
    text string, one of
    ADDED | MEMBERALREADY | NOSUCHQUEUE
    If a device is provided in the state_interface parameter, then this will
    be the device which will be used to determine the device state of the
    added queue member.
    Example: AddQueueMember(techsupport|SIP/3000)

    Thanks,