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All you need to do is write the application's XML, map it to a phone number in the Voxeo Application Manager, and give it a call. As you can see in the diagram below, our servers fetch your voice application's XML, turning that XML into an interactive voice application for your callers. If you haven't already, you'll want to begin by creating a free Voxeo developer account. Your account includes everything you need to create voice applcations including:.
You can get an overview of each platform at our Choosing A Platform guide. Each of our documentation guides offers several tutorials with full source code. You'll want to download the source code at the bottom of the tutorial and put the files unzipped on a publicly accessible Web server.
Now that we have the Application Manager open, click the Add Application button. On the following screen, select the platform type that you chose in Step 2 above. At the Application Settings page, you'll give your application a name, and enter in the publicly accessible URL for your voice application code in the Start URL 1 field. If you're using our free webhosting space, simply click on the file manager link to map the file that you uploaded in Step 3 above.
Complete all of the required fields and click the Create Application button. You should now see the assigned phone number for your application with PIN code, where applicable. It may take up to five minutes for your new application settings to propagate throughout our network. The debugger shows your application's activity in real-time, allowing you to monitor its progress and debug any errors it might throw.
Once you've got the debugger open, give your application a call. If you run into any problems with your application, use the Application Debugger's built-in support feature send a copy of your logs to our Extreme Support team. Inbound call to your voice application Outbound call from your voice application. Your account includes everything you need to create voice applcations including: Dozens of easy-to-follow tutorials Open source sample applications Aspect Customer Care Center to search our knowledge library, collaborate with your fellow developers, and request assistance from our expert analysts.
Step 3: Start with a tutorial Each of our documentation guides offers several tutorials with full source code. Step 5: Open the debugger and call your application It may take up to five minutes for your new application settings to propagate throughout our network. Happy coding!
A tutorial on Call Control XML and voice browser call control
The first draft of CCXML specification appeared in the early , and still remains in a working draft status. However, lack of final recommendation is not an obstacle for telecom industry, and there already exist several CCXML implementations in products like OpenCall Media Platform from Hewlett Packard or the open-source Asterisk platform. Call Control XML is designed to provide telephony call control support for dialog systems, such as VoiceXML It also can be used as a third-party call control manager in any telephony system. Telephone applications need to receive and process large numbers of events in real-time. These events arrive from outside the program itself—either the underlying telephony platform, or from other sources of events. CCXML also provides a powerful and flexible method of creating multi-party calls. Note: The downloadable version of this article contains all of the code examples in easy to use text files.
Call Control eXtensible Markup Language
We're going to build on the concepts that were introduced in the first three CCXML tutorials and extend them to simple call conferencing. The limitation is that it can only handle 2 callers. In this tutorial, we're going to stick with a two party conference call and look at multi-party conference calls in the next part of the Introduction to CCXML. One of the new concepts that I'm going to introduce in this tutorial is the state variable.
Introduction to CCXML, Part IV