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3.0.5 On-Premise CRM Solution CTI Deployment Guide


This document provides deployment details of the Web CTI Connector for on-premise MS Dynamics CRM 


The following are the prerequisites for the deployment of the Javascript CTI Toolbar.

  1. Dynamics 365 should be installed. 

  2. The user must have administrative rights 

Install Javascript CTI Toolbar for MS Dynamics CRM 

Javascript CTI Toolbar is a CTI Toolbar for any web-based CRM. Follow these steps to install the Javascript CTI Toolbar inside MS Dynamics CRM.

Note: If you have already installed EF CTI packages before then follow this guide to delete installed packages first.

  1. Download the following zip archives from the below links:

    1. (Download Link)

    2. (Download Link)

  2. Log in CRM using admin credentials

  3. Go to Settings → Solutions

  4. Import downloaded “” Solution.

  5. From the import solution window, Select solution package  “” and click on next

  6. On solution, information window click on next.

  7. After the solution is imported successfully, click on close to close the window.

  8. Repeat the same process to install the “” solution.

  9. Refresh CRM then EF CTI Toolbar should be visible on the top right corner

  10. Unified Client Interface (UCI) view will look like as following


Configurations are saved in an EFCTI_U solution. 

  1. Go to solution “EFCTI_Unmanaged_3_0_4”.

  2. Open the new_config.js web resource. Click on "Text Editor" Button.

  3. Set the properties as per the below table.

  4. S.NoProperty NameValue Description
    1adminUserNameadminThe Finesse Admin Username, This username is used to call the different Finesse APIs
    2adminPassword*******The Finesse Admin Password. (You'll first need to encrypt the password and then use the encrypted string here as adminPassword)
    3domainhttps://<finesseFQDN>:8445/The domain name for finesse with which we are integrating 
    4subDomainhttps://<subscriberfinesseFQDN>:8445/The domain name for subscriber finesse with which we are integrating 
    5boshURLhttps://<finesseFQDN>:7443/http-bind /

    The boshbaURL variable basically append the same Finesse Domain with a predefined URL 

    6subBoshUrlhttps://<subscriberfinesseFQDN>:7443/http-bind/The sub bosh URL variable basically appends the same subscriber Finesse Domain with a predefined URL 

    This property can have 2 values 

    • UCCE
    • UCCX

    Note: In the case of PCCE, we need to provide value UCCE.


    Our Connector required an empty one variable which it needs to use for some internal mechanism.  That variable can be any callVariable like callVariable1,callVariable2, callVariable3....callVariable10, or any ECC variable as well. 

    In the case of the ECC variable, we need to provide names like ECC.variableName

    9powered_byTrueSystem variable should always remain True
    10disableEndCallBtnfalseThis should always remain false

    A possible value for this key would be 0 or 1

    0= When web CTI is deployed as a standalone project without any CRM Integration 

    1= When Web CTI is deployed with some CRM, The CRM can be any. If the value for this property is 1, then the crmFilePath variable must be set


    The predefined path of the CRM file

    To make this property work, the above property CRM must be set 1 . Value for this property depends on the CRM you are using.  Possible values are 

    new_MS_OnPremise.js new_MS_OnPremise.js
    13organizationDomainhttps://expertflow.dynamics.comThis value can only be set when you are using Microsoft CRM Online (CIF enabled) else you can ignore this property. This is the organization domain of your online CRM 

    The searching priority user can define in the config file. For example, as per this configuration, the CTI connector first searches the record in the contact and then accounts. If you wanted to search the record first in the account, you can simply change the order as per your requirement and the searching order will be changed. 


    In online CRM entities name should be in the small latter

    entities: "contact, account"

    15noMatchEntity"lead"In case there is no record found in the entities searched, then we need to tell the CRM which entity should be created. For example, as per this configuration, the CTI connector will open the Lead entity form, then you can save it by providing necessary information like name etc. 

    This configuration is for auto-login in CTI connector. It is a boolean field, it can have 2 values:

    • true
    • false


    For mobile agent this configuration value will always remains false. 

    17sso_prefix"new"This is a CRM prefix for custom fields in the user entity. It is "new" by default.
    18agent_field_name"new_agentid"Id of custom field in CRM for agent id in user entity
    19password_field_name"new_password"Id of custom field in CRM for the password  in user entity
    20extension_field_name"new_extension"Id of custom field in CRM for extension in user entity
    21ssoAgent_field_name"new_ssoagent"Id of custom field in CRM for SSO agent in user entity
    22licenseKey"licenseKey"License key generated by Expertflow
    23getQueuesDelay6000This is only applicable for UCCE/PCCE deployment. This is the time by which CTI Toolbar queries the UCCE Database to display the Queue Stats
    24logoutFlagTrueUsed in Team Performance gadget, to display the logout agent as well. 
    25ssoBackendURLhttps://192.168.*.*:8084Javascript CTI Toolbar supports Finesse SSO login as well, and for that EF has developed its own Utility which needs to be deployed First. The Deployment Guide for SSO is available here. Once you deploy that Utility, you can then provide the link here. If Finesse is not SSO enabled, please ignore this property 
    26isGadgetFalseA System property should remain false always. 
    27registeredNumberVariable "callVariable5"This is a property used for the popup, the possible values for this property can be any call variable name or "Ani". By default we pop up on Ani, if you want the popup to happen on a number other than Ani then you can set any call variable.

    This property is used for making outbound calls in a Ready state, for CCE 12.5+ we can make calls in Ready state without any issues, but for below versions we need to set this property to true in order to make calls in ready state.

    Note: The agent will be in Not Ready state after the call ends if the property is set to true. 

    29defaultNotReadyReasonCode27This property is used for changing the agent state to Not ready for the outbound calls if made in Ready state and the makeNotReadyOutboundCall property is set to true. 
    30aniLength7This is the number of digits from (right to left) that need to be considered for searching records
    31searchPrefix"92"This is the searrch prefix that is appended to the ani, if you don't want any search prefix to be appended then you can set it's value to empty string.
    32outboundPrefix"0"This is the outbound prefix that is appended to the ani, if you don't want any outbound code to be appended then you can set it's value to empty string.
    33callVariablesList{"callVariable1": "Language"}The call variables list is the config where you can decide which variables you want to display on the UI and with what name they should appear on the UI. In the list, you mention the call variable name followed by the value that will appear on the UI. So for example, if you want only call variable 1 to be displayed with the key 'language' then your config should be {"callVariable1": "Language"}. 


    true/falseThis is for auto login to new tab of same browser . If value is true then it will allow to auto login to new tab else will not allow. This will work everywhere except in Ms Dynamics crm on premise version when SSO is true.


    true/falseThis will change the icon of browser tab where it is currently login after logout it will changed the icon to normal. This will not work in Ms Dynamics Online(CIF). 


    true/falseThis will block the agent states drop down list by default it value must be false. 
    37margin10This is the margin from top for the CTI Toolbar, based on the margin you set the height will be adjusted.
  5. The actual file looks like this. Please note that the order of the properties doesn't matter

  6. Update the configurations.

  7. Save web resource and then publish it.

Configure Click-to-Call

Follow the steps to configure click to call on the Account page.

  1. Go to Account from Customizations. Setting→ Customizations → Customize the system.

  2. Select from the left navigation Account Entity, then select Forms.

  3. Open Account (Main) as highlighted above.

  4. In the newly opened window, load “Form Properties”.

  5. Inside the Form Properties window,  Click on add and add new_click2callOnForm.js web resource.

  6. Now inside the Form Properties window, the Event Handlers section add the file new_click2callonForm.js and add the function “hello” OnLoad event of the form

  7. Click OK, this will close the Form Properties window.

  8. On the Account Form window, click save and then click publish, then close all windows and reload crm dashboard page.

  9. From point 3 repeat the same for all the other remaining forms like Account Quick Create form of Account entity.  

  10. Repeat the same process to configure click to call on Contacts Entity.

UCI Click To Dial

In order to enable click to dial for UCI, the process is quite similar. Select the "Phone" entity in the second step, then from forms select Phone Call (Main). Follow the rest of steps until step 8. In step 9, provide the function name "newClicktoCall" as show in image below

and follow the steps onwards as described above.

CRM Configurations for Single Sign On

To configure SSO, follow this guide and go Configure Single Sign-On Section. After completing the section, do the following steps.

  1. Go to Setting → Security → User

  2. Select the CRM user and open it.

  3. Provide Cisco Agent details in Agent id, password and extension fields and click Save. Refresh the page.

CRM Configurations for Security Roles

User should have 

  1. Customer Service Representatives role 

  2. Rights for activity creation

  3. Appropriate rights for creating, modifying and appending all those entities against which activity is created i.e. (Lead, Account, Contact)

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