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-====== ​Exit ======+====== ​Call Logs ======
  
-{{:​exit.svg?​nolink&​30x30|}} +<WRAP group> 
-{{:​exit.png?​nolink|}}+<WRAP COLUMN>{{INLINETOC width18 4-5|Exit Module}}</​WRAP>​ 
 +<WRAP COLUMN>{{:modules:​module-exit.png?​nolink |}}</​WRAP>​ 
 +</​WRAP>​
  
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 ===Function=== ===Function===
-This module is used to exit or end a call. Its primary use is to trigger post-call data transfers. This is a global setting for post-call webservices that sends any default, global webservices data to its specified location. Post-call processing is set in the application settings. ​+This module is used to exit or end a call. \\ Its primary use is to trigger post-call data transfers. This is a global setting for post-call webservices that sends any default, global webservices data to its specified location. Post-call processing is set in the application settings. ​
  
-The Exit’ ( {{:​exit.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module can also function as a Return’ command when used in conjunction with a [[modules:​goto-app|Goto App]] ( {{:​goto_app.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module. For example, assume Application A has a ‘Goto App’ ( {{:​goto_app.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module that calls ‘Application B’. When the call-flow hits the ‘Exit’ ( {{:​exit.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module in ‘Application B’ it returns the caller to the place where they left off in ‘Application A’, i.e. the next module after ‘Goto App’ ( {{:​goto_app.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ).+The //Exit// ( {{:​exit.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module can also function as a 'Return' ​command when used in conjunction with a //[[modules:​goto-app|Goto App]]// ( {{:​goto_app.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module. ​
  
 +For example, assume //​Application A// has a '//​Goto App//' ( {{:​goto_app.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module that calls '//​Application B//'. \\ When the call-flow hits the '//​Exit//'​ ( {{:​exit.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ) module in '//​Application B//' it returns the caller to the place where they left off in '//​Application A//', i.e. the next module after '//​Goto App//' ( {{:​goto_app.svg?​nolink&​16x16|}} ).
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 ===Module Settings=== ===Module Settings===
   * None   * None
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