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The short trace excerpt posted did not include what modules were ran beforehand - but it looks like there was another VBScript module that ran beforehand, and looks like it was not set to 'wait until complete' - so the Run_ResultReturn command from that module only was ran after the next module (the [get_all_data] module) already started.


If using multiple "Run VBScript" modules in script then care must be take to ensure that one Run VBScript module does snot affect the other.


Also its probably a better idea to combine multiple Run VBScript modules into one. That way the chance of functions ran from one module affecting another module are minimized.



085912.283 15 61 21 rem Run_ResultReturn [forward] 7
085912.283 23 61 21 task runscr Run_VBS vgm=483, file=, engine=[ClearScriptV8]
085912.283 7 61 21 NewVgsVgm_Goto end
085912.283 23 61 21 runscr strIni_moduleRunScript_Engine=ClearScriptV8
085912.283 15 61 21 q_scr + cmdRun_ResultReturn 0

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I use two VBScript module one by one both with option "Wait until VB Script completes".


First one is stopping recording and disconnecting bridge.

second one

set vg = CreateObject("vgServices.CommandLink")
sReturnedData = vg.RvGet($RV[Conf_LineId_1],"RV[client_lineid]")
vg.Run_ResultReturn $RV[Conf_LineId_2], "[client_lineid]{" & sReturnedData & "}"
set vg = Nothing
and it looks like second one forwarding not waiting and forwarding immediately.

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Please post vgEngine trace that captures the entire call. Then it is possible to see what has actually happened.


Also, as advised before, using multiple 'Run VBScript' modules one after another is not good practice and it is recommended that callflows are not designed in a way that results in multiple 'Run VBScript' type modules ran one after another.


Adjoining 'Run VBScript' modules should be combined.



Above good practice approach is only recommend to ensure that multiple VBScripts are not started simultaneously and inadvertently interfere with each other. It is perfectly fine to have multiple VBScripts running on each line/channel - as long as they do not interfere with each other. This usually means that only VBScripts that do not access VoiceGuide's COM interface should be started with the "do not wait to finish" option.

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