D. performing a remote reboot to the CM server
E. completing the routing of incoming calls
F. adding new feature buttons to agent sets
A: The services in the Event Report group provide a client application with the reports of events that
cause a change in the state of a call, a connection, or a device.
B: The services in the call control group enable a telephony client application to control a call or
connection on Communication Manager. Typical uses of these services are:
placing calls from a device controlling a connection for a single call.
C: The services in the query group allow a client to query device features and static attributes of a
Communication Manager device.
E: The services in the routing group allow Communication Manager to request and receive routing
instructions for a call from a client application.
References: Avaya Aura(R) Application Enablement Services TSAPI for Avaya Communication
Programmer's Reference Release 6.1, page 128
NO.62 An Avaya Aura(R) Messaging (AAM) server intended to store Voice Messages in Avaya
Mode, and you are configuring that server for integration with an Avaya Aura(R) Core.
In Messaging Administration > Server Settings> Server Role/AxC Address, which Server Role must be
chosen at the "Roles for this server" field?
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NO.63 When looking at Avaya Aura(R) System Manager - Home> Services> Replication, what is the
name of the replica group representing the EDP/ Avaya Breeze(TM) instances?
Confirming that Avaya Breeze successfully replicates with System Manager
1 . On the System Manager web console, navigate to Services> Replication.
2 . In Replica Group column, click CollaborationEnvironment_3.1.
3 . In Replica Node Host Name column, locate your newly-deployed Avaya Breeze.
4 . After 2 - 15 minutes, verify that the status of the Synchronization Status field is
green/Synchronized. If not, see Repairing replication between Avaya Breeze(TM) and System