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How to make a "Custom Integration" node? [message #20906] Wed, 22 October 2008 11:22 Go to next message
Brendan Sterne is currently offline Brendan Sterne
Messages: 2
Registered: July 2009
Junior Member
I am working with OpenVXML and things are looking very good so far. I have
some questions..

1) In the demo video I can see some "Custom Integration" nodes in the
bottom right corner of the UI. I am wondering how to create such a
"Custom Integration"? Is there any documentation available?

2) Is the source for OpenVXML 3.0 available yet? If so where?

3) Is there any difference between OpenVXML and the "Voice Tools Project"
in Eclipse?

Thanks!
- Brendan
Re: How to make a "Custom Integration" node? [message #20912 is a reply to message #20906] Thu, 23 October 2008 11:00 Go to previous message
Randy Childers is currently offline Randy Childers
Messages: 121
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Brendan--

1) I'm not sure what we're able to offer on this in terms of explicit
instruction (I'll look into it), but I can say that what you need to do is
create two additional Eclipse plugin projects, one for the runtime component
and one for the UI functionality. The hardest part of this (for me, anyway)
is the Eclipse-specific stuff, not the openVXML coding. Again, I'll see
what I can get for you.

2 & 3) Yes, the source code is available from Eclipse's development site. A
good starting point for this is
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Development_Resources
What you're looking for is the VTP project, so if you were going to use SVN
to grab the source, you'd use this link:
http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/org.eclipse.vtp/

And yes, openVXML was donated to eclipse and is now the bulk of the Voice
Tools Project. There are some proprietary (read: for sale) add-ons which we
offer (mainly concerned with some advanced reporting functionality and
enterprise-level application and server management), but the core
functionality exists in the publically accessible VTP repository.

Hope this helps,
Randy Childers
OpenMethods



On 10/22/08 10:22 AM, in article
1aafa1e6915670f0d5ed404b0e82e910$1@www.eclipse.org, "Brendan Sterne"
<sterneb@iivip.com> wrote:

> I am working with OpenVXML and things are looking very good so far. I have
> some questions..
>
> 1) In the demo video I can see some "Custom Integration" nodes in the
> bottom right corner of the UI. I am wondering how to create such a
> "Custom Integration"? Is there any documentation available?
>
> 2) Is the source for OpenVXML 3.0 available yet? If so where?
>
> 3) Is there any difference between OpenVXML and the "Voice Tools Project"
> in Eclipse?
>
> Thanks!
> - Brendan
>
Re: How to make a "Custom Integration" node? [message #577689 is a reply to message #20906] Thu, 23 October 2008 11:00 Go to previous message
Randy Childers is currently offline Randy Childers
Messages: 121
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Brendan--

1) I'm not sure what we're able to offer on this in terms of explicit
instruction (I'll look into it), but I can say that what you need to do is
create two additional Eclipse plugin projects, one for the runtime component
and one for the UI functionality. The hardest part of this (for me, anyway)
is the Eclipse-specific stuff, not the openVXML coding. Again, I'll see
what I can get for you.

2 & 3) Yes, the source code is available from Eclipse's development site. A
good starting point for this is
http://wiki.eclipse.org/index.php/Development_Resources
What you're looking for is the VTP project, so if you were going to use SVN
to grab the source, you'd use this link:
http://dev.eclipse.org/svnroot/technology/org.eclipse.vtp/

And yes, openVXML was donated to eclipse and is now the bulk of the Voice
Tools Project. There are some proprietary (read: for sale) add-ons which we
offer (mainly concerned with some advanced reporting functionality and
enterprise-level application and server management), but the core
functionality exists in the publically accessible VTP repository.

Hope this helps,
Randy Childers
OpenMethods



On 10/22/08 10:22 AM, in article
1aafa1e6915670f0d5ed404b0e82e910$1@www.eclipse.org, "Brendan Sterne"
<sterneb@iivip.com> wrote:

> I am working with OpenVXML and things are looking very good so far. I have
> some questions..
>
> 1) In the demo video I can see some "Custom Integration" nodes in the
> bottom right corner of the UI. I am wondering how to create such a
> "Custom Integration"? Is there any documentation available?
>
> 2) Is the source for OpenVXML 3.0 available yet? If so where?
>
> 3) Is there any difference between OpenVXML and the "Voice Tools Project"
> in Eclipse?
>
> Thanks!
> - Brendan
>
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