Call Secure Data action
Use the Call Secure Data data action in a secure call flow task to call specific attributes from a data action database. Typically, use this action when dealing with sensitive data; for example, charging a caller’s credit card. This action is available in the Data category of the task editor’s Toolbox.
Type a distinctive name for the Call Secure Data data action. The label you enter here becomes the action’s name displayed in the call flow structure.
|カテゴリ||Select the appropriate category that contains the bridge action. To update the list of categories, click the refresh button at the end of this field|
|Secure Data Action||Click the arrow at the end of this list and select the desired secure data action. To narrow the selection, type the first few letters of the appropriate action. For information about creating and configuring data actions, see Create a custom action for integrations.|
|Use action’s suggested timeout||Select this check box to use the default timeout parameters set for the bridge action. Remove the check mark to define your own timeout parameters, in seconds.|
Depending on the selected data action, define the variables the action executes at runtime.
Note: Click the arrow next to Inputs to expand or collapse the list of variables.
|Success Outputs||The response variable used by the flow if the call secure data action succeeds.|
|Failure Outputs||The code returned by the flow if the call secure data action is not successful. Expand the Failure list and configure the available fields as applicable.|
This path indicates that the action successfully communicated with its external endpoint and received a result.
Drag the appropriate action below the Success path to follow the route you want the interaction to take. For example, a screen pop action with contact information, an audio prompt, a transfer to the appropriate representative, or a combination of actions that follow your company's flow design.
This path indicates that there was an error executing the action or there was a problem processing the results from a bridge or data action.
Note: If the network experiences connectivity issues, the action automatically takes this failure path.
Drag the appropriate action below the Failure path to direct the route you want the interaction to take. For example, a play audio action to indicate that the action wasn't successful, a transfer action to send the caller to an agent or representative for assistance.
Note: Actions use either the default timeout or the flow author's specified timeout. If the action times out, the flow follows the route specified below the Timeout path. This feature ensures the customer does not wait too long for the path to continue. As recommended practice, set the timeout length to not longer than 30 seconds.
Drag the appropriate action below the Timeout path, such as a transfer action to send the interaction to the main or previous menu, play audio and loop actions to give a caller the opportunity to try again, or a disconnect action to end the interaction.