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Beginner question .. [message #14181] Fri, 02 June 2006 03:33 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: subhashgo.gmail.com

I am just starting on VoiceXML and VTP and have this basic question. Is
it always required to use an online browser to interpret the VopiceXML
file? (I don't have a public server to upload the file, and that's a
problem). Aren't there standalone interpreters for VoiceXML that can be
downloaded and run on the local machine? Something that also provides
Java APIs would be just what I have been looking for.

I apologize if this is a silly starter question, but I did google around
a bit and didn't find any relevant information. It would be great if you
folks could help

TIA,
Subhash
Re: Beginner question .. [message #14198 is a reply to message #14181] Fri, 02 June 2006 14:11 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: bdmetz.us.ibm.com.spam

There are, but the VTP currently does not ship with any integrated so you
will have to run them separately. A few ones off the top of my head are are:

- JVoiceXML, which uses entirely open source components:
http://jvoicexml.sourceforge.net/
- Voxeo Prophecy, which is free for 2 ports: http://www.voxeo.com/prophecy/
- And of course, I have to list my employer's offering: IBM WebSphere Voice
Toolkit, which requires IBM's Rational Application Developer to use:
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/pervasive/voice_toolkit/

JVoiceXML has Java APIs and I would suggest you start there. Prophecy might
have some sort of java access via the <object> tag, which I must note is a
proprietary customization that some browsers may offer.

"Subhash Gopalakrishnan" <subhashgo@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:e5obj3$p82$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>I am just starting on VoiceXML and VTP and have this basic question. Is it
>always required to use an online browser to interpret the VopiceXML file?
>(I don't have a public server to upload the file, and that's a problem).
>Aren't there standalone interpreters for VoiceXML that can be downloaded
>and run on the local machine? Something that also provides Java APIs would
>be just what I have been looking for.
>
> I apologize if this is a silly starter question, but I did google around a
> bit and didn't find any relevant information. It would be great if you
> folks could help
>
> TIA,
> Subhash
Re: Beginner question .. [message #574910 is a reply to message #14181] Fri, 02 June 2006 14:11 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: bdmetz.us.ibm.com.spam

There are, but the VTP currently does not ship with any integrated so you
will have to run them separately. A few ones off the top of my head are are:

- JVoiceXML, which uses entirely open source components:
http://jvoicexml.sourceforge.net/
- Voxeo Prophecy, which is free for 2 ports: http://www.voxeo.com/prophecy/
- And of course, I have to list my employer's offering: IBM WebSphere Voice
Toolkit, which requires IBM's Rational Application Developer to use:
http://www-306.ibm.com/software/pervasive/voice_toolkit/

JVoiceXML has Java APIs and I would suggest you start there. Prophecy might
have some sort of java access via the <object> tag, which I must note is a
proprietary customization that some browsers may offer.

"Subhash Gopalakrishnan" <subhashgo@gmail.com> wrote in message
news:e5obj3$p82$1@utils.eclipse.org...
>I am just starting on VoiceXML and VTP and have this basic question. Is it
>always required to use an online browser to interpret the VopiceXML file?
>(I don't have a public server to upload the file, and that's a problem).
>Aren't there standalone interpreters for VoiceXML that can be downloaded
>and run on the local machine? Something that also provides Java APIs would
>be just what I have been looking for.
>
> I apologize if this is a silly starter question, but I did google around a
> bit and didn't find any relevant information. It would be great if you
> folks could help
>
> TIA,
> Subhash
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