BARS programming course
- BARS -
This Computer Based Training (CBT) course is intended for use by personnel who are required to maintain Meridian systems that use the Basic Alternate Route Selection package to place outgoing calls. It is intended to be used on a stand-alone computer or over the web from a server.
This course is designed to be as flexible as possible. Therefore, none of it is mandatory except for the questions at the end. For those who need little help on this subject, it can be completed by answering the practice questions. If a person has a difficult time with this topic, or has no experience, read the lessons first. If you have trouble understanding the material, feel free to go over it as many times as you like.
When you have successfully completed test at the end of this course, you will receive a check number. That number is not a grade, but does indicate your understanding of the subject.
By the end of this course, the student should be able to:
- Identify the sequence of processing of a BARS call.
- Identify the proper programming sequence.
- Know the purpose of each check the system performs on a dialed digit stream.
- Be able to predict the result of any dialed digit sequence when given a database abstract for a system.
- Correct BARS programming errors to give a desired result for a specified digit pattern.