|Queries: Reg OPenVxml Perspective(Start Module not found by default) [message #74417]
||Wed, 21 March 2007 05:23
Originally posted by: likeme_ram.yahoo.co.in|
I have downloaded OPenVxml designer from
I have installed JRE 5 from sun but, As i created a New application along
with persona. I wont be able to see the Start module in the Main Canvas.
How can i design Openvxml application using the designer? and how to get
the start Module(i wont be able to insert any module to the Main Canvas
may its due to Start Module not found).
Worked as per the Instruction found on the Website
Eclipse openvxml studio Installation Notes!
To use openVXML you will need to install the Java Runtime Environment
(JRE) version 5 (v1.5 or higher). Click here to download.
Loading openVXML onto your PC
Open the openVXML.zip file on the this CD. A new window will open up,
allowing you to view these instructions while you unzip the executables. (
Extract the contents of the zip file to a location on your local hard disk
that you will remember (your discretion).
Locate the Eclipse.exe executable at [installation
Double click the executable (eclipse.exe) to start Eclipse.
A dialog box will appear asking you to select a workspace location. The
workspace is where Eclipse will store the files for voice projects. The
default location is located in your home directory.
Note , please see the sample application section (click here) for
instructions on using sample workspaces.
Eclipse will launch with the new workspace shown in the Java Perspective.
Perspectives allow the user to filter what types of projects and files
they will be working with. openVXML provides a perspective just for voice
To Open this perspective, click on the Window menu option and select Open
Perspective->Other. A list of available perspectives will be shown. Select
the openVXML Perspective and click the OK button. The window will change
to show the Projects view on the left side and an empty area to the right.
Grab the openVXML Getting Started Guide (click here). You're now well on
your way to creating voice applications. Good luck and enjoy!
Using Windows 2000 with 512Mb RAM. Any other s/w required
Kindly reply back , Y i wont be able to design an application using
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