The phone number the caller dialed.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="latin-1"?><vxml version="2.0"><form><block><prompt>Your phone number is<say-as type="acronym"><value expr="session.telephone.ani"/></say-as>.You called<say-as type="acronym"><value expr="session.telephone.dnis"/></say-as>.Your session id is<say-as type="acronym"><value expr="session.id"/></say-as>.</prompt></block></form></vxml>
From this example, the application returns the caller's phone number, the phone number that the caller called, and the session id. Let's say the caller called from 234-867-5309 and dialed into 866-123-4567.
The application would first say, “Your phone number is 234-867-5309.” Next, the application would say, “You called 866-123-4567.”
However, if the caller called into a local number such as 234-123-4567, the application would only return the last 4 digits of the DNIS. In this case, the application would say, “You called 4567.”
Finally, for the session id, the application would return a unique id such as “000005;000;1190752725” where the number before the first semicolon is a six character server identifier, the number before the second semicolon is a three digit channel identifier, and the last number is a timestamp of when the channel was ready to receive the next call.