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FYI: the URL to use for your openVXML application [message #577035] Wed, 11 June 2008 16:33
Randy Childers is currently offline Randy Childers
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Assuming you've got a Java servelet container (such as Tomcat) serving your
app up, the URL to access it is

http://<machine name or IP>:<port number for the server>/<name of war
file>/<project name in openVXML>

So, if you created a project called CallSteerer in openVXML and then
exported it to a file called Acme.war, which you dropped into a Tomcat
webapps directory (which is running on your local machine), and this Tomcat
server is serving up on the standard port of 8080, you could access your
application directly by using:

http://localhost:8080/Acme/CallSteerer

Use this address to configure your voice platform, or use it yourself for
testing and troubleshooting. If you put this URL into a web browser and
everything is working properly you will see VXML. (Sometimes Internet
Explorer hides the markup code from you and all you see is a blank screen.
Select View->Source to see the actual VXML. This has never been an issue in
FireFox)

Randy
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