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Setting Up The CTI Adapter Managed Package Manually

Below are manual setup instructions for the Salesforce CTI Adapter Managed Package. After following the below steps, be sure to follow the instructions for setting up the Salesforce Lambdas here.

When installing v5.15, please confirm that the application was installed for admins only (see installation for more details). If you did this by accident, then you will have to manually edit the profiles to remove the permissions to the objects and pages created by the app.

Set Access Permissions#

All users must be assigned the required permission set to access Salesforce metadata. The Amazon Connect CTI Adapter includes two Permission Sets, one for agents and one for managers, that grant users the appropriate access for their role. More information on assigning user permissions can be found in the Salesforce help documentation.

  1. Log in into your Salesforce org and go to Setup

  2. In Quick Find, enter Permission and select Permission Sets from the results

  3. Choose AC_Administrator, AC_Agent or AC_Manager as appropriate for the user(s)

  1. Choose Manage Assignments.

  2. Choose Add Assignments.

  3. Select the users to assign the permissions, then choose Assign.

  1. Repeat these steps as needed for all users

AC_Administrator#

AC_Manager#

AC_Agent#

Configure the Lightning Experience#

In this guide, we will configure the CTI Adapter for Service Console (Lightning Experience). You may use the same procedure described in this section for other applications.

Configure Service Console#

First, you need to add the CTI softphone to your Service Console.

  1. Log in into your Salesforce org and go to Setup

  2. In the Quick Find box, type App Manager, then choose App Manager from the result list.

  1. Expand the drop-down menu associated to Service Console and select Edit.
  1. Once the Lightning App Builder opens, select Utility Items from the left Navigation
  1. Choose Add Utility Item, then select Open CTI Softphone.
  1. Change the Label, if desired, then choose Save.

Allowlist Your Salesforce Org with Amazon Connect#

In order to embed the Amazon Connect Contact Control Panel (CCP) into your Service Console, you need to allowlist two (2) domains for your org with Amazon Connect. This allows for cross domain access to the underlying resources required for the CCP to function.

  1. Log in into your Salesforce org and go to Setup

  2. Copy the entire URL of this page and past it to a text document.

  1. In the Quick Find field, type visual, then select Visual Force Pages from the results
  1. Choose the AC_LightningAdapter Visualforce page
  1. On the Visualforce detail page, select the Preview button. This will open a new browser tab showing the page content, which should only be a button labelled Sign in to CCP. Copy the entire URL of this page and past it to a text document.
  1. In a new browser tab, login to the AWS console

  2. Navigate to the Amazon Connect Console

  3. Validate that you are in the correct AWS region for your instance, then select your instance alias from the list of instances

  1. Choose Application Integration from the left navigation

  2. Select + Add origin

  3. In the Enter origin URL field, enter the URL of the page that you copied in step 2. Only enter the url through the .com, for example:

    https://XXXXXXXX-dev-ed-.lightning.force.com
  4. Select Add. You should see your org domain listed in the Approved origins section.

  1. Select + Add origin

  2. In the Enter origin URL field, enter the URL of the visualforce page that you copied in step 5. Only enter the url through the .com, for example:

    https://XXXXXXXX-dev-ed--amazonconnect.visualforce.com
  3. Select Add. You should see your org domain listed in the Approved origins section

Modify the Call Center#

Now that you have allowlisted the org in the Amazon Connect Console, you will need to modify the Call Center that was configured in Salesforce when the AppExchange package was installed. Once you complete the configuration, you add users to the Call Center to provide access to it.

  1. Log in into your Salesforce org and go to Setup

  2. In the Quick Find field, enter Call Center, then select Call Centers from the result list

  1. If you see the Say Hello to Salesforce Call Center page, select Continue

  2. Select AC Lightning Adapter

  1. On the AC Lightning Adapter detail page, select Edit

  2. Replace the CTI Adapter URL with the AC Lightning Adapter visualforce page url you copied in the previous section.

  3. Next, change the values for Softphone Height to 570 and the Softphone Width to 330, and choose Save.

  4. Once you return to the AC Lightning Adapter detail page, choose Manage Call Center Users in the Call Center Users section

  5. On the AC Lightning Adapter: Manage Users page, select Add More Users.

  6. Set filters (if desired) and then choose Find.

  7. Select the checkbox next to the user to add, then choose Add to Call Center.

  1. Repeat the steps to add more users.

Configure the Toolkit settings#

  1. Navigate to Setup then in type Custom Settings in Quick Find
  1. Next to the Toolkit for Amazon Connect custom setting, choose Manage
  1. Select New
  1. On the following page, provide the URL to your Amazon Connect instance. This value can be found in your Amazon Connect console.

You will also see the option to enable and disable certain triggers in the package, which you can configure to meet your needs. You can change these whenever you would like to. For more details, see the troubleshooting section.

  1. Select Save

Create the Softphone Layout#

Next, we need to create a softphone layout for the solution. The softphone layout settings will tell the console what resources are available for screenpop by default and what to do under different match conditions.

  1. Log in into your Salesforce org and go to Setup

  2. In the Quick Find box, type Softphone, then choose Softphone Layouts from the results

  3. If you are presented with the Get Started message, choose Continue

  4. On the Softphone Layouts page, choose New

  1. Enter a name for the layout, such as AmazonConnectDefault, then select the Is Default Layout checkbox.
  1. Expand Display these salesforce.com objects and select objects that CTI Connector should be able to search, for a screen-pop query. In this example, Case has been added to the default selection, allowing search and screen-pop by CaseID.
  1. If desired, configure the search behavior to your requirements
  1. Additionally, validate the Screen Pop settings. Please note that the default behavior is to not pop a screen if there is more than one result
  1. Once you have configured the search behavior, choose Save

Initial CTI Adapter Configuration#

Once we have setup the Call Center, we need to do a final configuration of the CTI Adapter before we can test the basic configuration. This will tie the Lightning CTI adapter settings to the Call Center.

Add the CTI Adapter Console App#

  1. Log in into your Salesforce org and go to the Service Console

  2. Expand the navigation menu by selecting the down arrow and choose Edit.

  1. On the Edit Service Console App Navigation Items page, select Add More Items
  1. Select the + next to AC CTI Adapters and select the Add 1 Nav Item button
  1. If desired, move the AC CTI Adapters button up in the navigation Items menu by dragging it up or down the list, then choose Save to save changes

  2. Select AC CTI Adapters from navigation menu

  3. If Recently Viewed is selected, select the drop-down and select All from the List Views menu.

  1. If no ACLightningAdapter entry exists, then select the new button to configure your AC CTI adapters, otherwise select the ACLightningAdapter

  2. Fill out or confirm the Details as follows:

  3. CTI Adapter Name: ACLightningAdapter

  4. Amazon Connect Instance: The url of your Amazon Connect Instance. You can find this in the Amazon Connect Console as shown below (remove everything after ".com"):

  1. Amazon Connect Instance Region: This is the region that your Amazon Connect instance is deployed in. For this field, you will enter the region code. For example, if you have deployed your Amazon Connect instance in US East (N. Virginia), you would enter us-east-1. For a list of region codes, please refer to the AWS Service Endpoints reference

  2. Call Center Definition Name: ACLightningAdapter Note: This is the value of the Internal Name in the call center in the Call Center definition

  3. Leave all other settings at the default for now, and choose Save

  1. Refresh the browser

  2. In the bottom left corner of the Service Console, select the CTI Softphone icon

  1. Select the Sign in to CCP button. A new window will pop up. Enter your Amazon Connect login credentials and select Sign In. Make sure to allow Microphone access (if asked by browser) NOTE: At this point, this process will only work for Amazon Connect instances configured for local user storage. If you are configuring SAML, please follow the SAML setup process in the Single Sign On Settings section before continuing.
  1. Once Login is successful, the pop-up window will automatically close.

  2. Expand the status menu and choose Available

  1. Make an inbound phone call to your Amazon Connect instance. The CCP will alert you to the incoming call and allow you to accept it. Once you do, the call will be connected
  1. End the call and clear the contact

  2. Set your agent back to Available

Enhanced Agent Logout#

You can configure an agent status within "Manage agent status" with "Logout" (case-sensitive) in the status name to enable enhanced agent logout. When the agent selects that logout status in the Contact Control Panel, it will first set the agent in an offline status. It will then logout the agent in Connect and the AWS Console. Here is an example of the agent status configured within Connect:

Here is an example of an agent selecting the "Logout" status within the Contact Control Panel:

Validate Basic Screenpop#

Next, we will add a contact to Salesforce that has your phone number assigned to it. This will allow us to validate the basic screenpop functionality that is provided with the CTI adapter.

  1. Select Contacts from the dropdown menu
  1. Select New from top-right corner

  2. Complete the required fields. Make sure that your phone number is entered for the Phone field.

  1. Select Save

  2. Close the Contact tab by selecting the X next to the name of the contact that you just created

  1. Refresh your browser

  2. Place another phone call into your instance

  3. The new contact should automatically pop-up as it has been recognized by incoming phone number.