|Re: How to return from subdialog [message #870332 is a reply to message #870254]
||Mon, 07 May 2012 16:26
| Randy Childers
Registered: July 2009
Vineet, it looks like you aren't trying to invoke a VXML subdialog, but |
rather want to invoke the OpenVXML project "Recharge". With the version
of OpenVXML you're using, there are a couple of issues with this:
* Applications can't directly invoke other applications, but only
Application Fragments. Unfortunately, your project Recharge is an
Application, not an Application Fragment, and so you're going to need to
create this as a Fragment in order for this to work
* The subdialog module you're using is for invoking a static VXML
subdialog document (an entirely different thing -- this is a construct
specified by the VXML specification). To invoke an Application Fragment,
once it's created you'll find it in the Application Fragments list, in
the lower right-hand corner of your IDE -- just drag it onto your canvas.
I'd suggest you consider upgrading to the 4.0 codestream (there's
another recent message on this list which offers instructions on how to
do this) -- you'll find in the 4.0 codestream that what you're trying to
do will work just fine -- any application can invoke any other
application at well, with no restriction on how many layers deep this
can go (whereas what you're using now only lets Applications invoke
Application Fragments, so the depth of calls is firmly limited to 2).
There are upgraders built into 4.0 that will convert your projects over
the first time they're opened, but know that this is a one-way trip. If
you're going to do this, I'd strongly suggest making a copy of your work,
just in case.
In <email@example.com> vineet singh wrote:
> Hi Randy ,
> Are you able to find any problem with my configurations ?
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