The CDR (Call Detail Record) generation feature provides comprehensive call accounting data.
CDR generation is a combined effort of Call Control and internal Usage Collection functionality. Internally, CDRs are represented in binary format in Call Control's context. Usage Collection software converts these records to ASCII CDRs and output them in formatted BFs (Billing Files).
Lotus Sametime Unified Telephony generates CDRs that include information such as the following:
Date and timeParent topic: Call Detail Record (CDR)
Originating account number
Destination telephone number
Global call identifier, which correlates and combines information from multiple CDRs that pertain to the same call - for example, when a call spans more than one node
Thread identifier, which correlates separate calls that are part of a complex call scenario - for example, when a call is transferred
IP address or FQDN (Fully-Qualified Domain Name) / location domain name
Other related information.