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openVXML question [message #17423] Wed, 31 January 2007 15:35 Go to next message
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Originally posted by: es.es.com

Can you export straight to VXML .vs to a WAR file? I didn't see that
option in the demos.

Since my server won't have Java, I'd like to have just VXML code
from the project(s) I create.
Re: openVXML question [message #17428 is a reply to message #17423] Fri, 02 February 2007 15:14 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lonnie Pryor is currently offline Lonnie Pryor
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
There is no way to export an openVXML application directly to VXML
files. The runtime component is required for many features including:
database queries, web service invocations, custom modules,
multiple-language support, branding, and variable state management.

-Lonnie Pryor

Eclipse wrote:
> Can you export straight to VXML .vs to a WAR file? I didn't see that
> option in the demos.
>
> Since my server won't have Java, I'd like to have just VXML code
> from the project(s) I create.
>
Re: openVXML question [message #17432 is a reply to message #17423] Fri, 02 February 2007 15:15 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Lonnie Pryor is currently offline Lonnie Pryor
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
There is no way to export an openVXML application directly to VXML
files. The runtime component is required for many features including:
database queries, web service invocations, custom modules,
multiple-language support, branding, and variable state management.

-Lonnie Pryor

Eclipse wrote:
> Can you export straight to VXML .vs to a WAR file? I didn't see that
> option in the demos.
>
> Since my server won't have Java, I'd like to have just VXML code
> from the project(s) I create.
>
Re: openVXML question [message #17436 is a reply to message #17428] Mon, 05 February 2007 15:36 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: es.es.com

In article <45C39B8B.9090303@openmethods.com>, lonnie@openmethods.com
says...
> There is no way to export an openVXML application directly to VXML
> files. The runtime component is required for many features including:
> database queries, web service invocations, custom modules,
> multiple-language support, branding, and variable state management.
>
> -Lonnie Pryor
>
> Eclipse wrote:
> > Can you export straight to VXML .vs to a WAR file? I didn't see that
> > option in the demos.
> >
> > Since my server won't have Java, I'd like to have just VXML code
> > from the project(s) I create.
> >
>

Entirely a shame, should have been added to begin with. Not ALL VXML
projects require database access, etc...Some are simple IVR's with
simple prompts and only require the use of the data tag to retrieve
data, which is very easy to do.

Actually a two-way development tool would have been much better.
What I mean by that is a tool whereby you could design your app visually
and then switch to another tab that had the staight VXML, or even the
servlet code that generates the VXML, and back-and-forth.

I am working on such a tool now.
Re: openVXML question [message #575976 is a reply to message #17423] Fri, 02 February 2007 15:14 Go to previous message
Lonnie Pryor is currently offline Lonnie Pryor
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
There is no way to export an openVXML application directly to VXML
files. The runtime component is required for many features including:
database queries, web service invocations, custom modules,
multiple-language support, branding, and variable state management.

-Lonnie Pryor

Eclipse wrote:
> Can you export straight to VXML .vs to a WAR file? I didn't see that
> option in the demos.
>
> Since my server won't have Java, I'd like to have just VXML code
> from the project(s) I create.
>
Re: openVXML question [message #576000 is a reply to message #17423] Fri, 02 February 2007 15:15 Go to previous message
Lonnie Pryor is currently offline Lonnie Pryor
Messages: 10
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
There is no way to export an openVXML application directly to VXML
files. The runtime component is required for many features including:
database queries, web service invocations, custom modules,
multiple-language support, branding, and variable state management.

-Lonnie Pryor

Eclipse wrote:
> Can you export straight to VXML .vs to a WAR file? I didn't see that
> option in the demos.
>
> Since my server won't have Java, I'd like to have just VXML code
> from the project(s) I create.
>
Re: openVXML question [message #576030 is a reply to message #17428] Mon, 05 February 2007 15:36 Go to previous message
Eclipse User
Originally posted by: es.es.com

In article <45C39B8B.9090303@openmethods.com>, lonnie@openmethods.com
says...
> There is no way to export an openVXML application directly to VXML
> files. The runtime component is required for many features including:
> database queries, web service invocations, custom modules,
> multiple-language support, branding, and variable state management.
>
> -Lonnie Pryor
>
> Eclipse wrote:
> > Can you export straight to VXML .vs to a WAR file? I didn't see that
> > option in the demos.
> >
> > Since my server won't have Java, I'd like to have just VXML code
> > from the project(s) I create.
> >
>

Entirely a shame, should have been added to begin with. Not ALL VXML
projects require database access, etc...Some are simple IVR's with
simple prompts and only require the use of the data tag to retrieve
data, which is very easy to do.

Actually a two-way development tool would have been much better.
What I mean by that is a tool whereby you could design your app visually
and then switch to another tab that had the staight VXML, or even the
servlet code that generates the VXML, and back-and-forth.

I am working on such a tool now.
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