How Tos

Last reviewed: 3/4/2013

Article ID: H031307

HOW: Validating and testing VoiceXML with VoiceXMLKit

The information in this article applies to:

  • VoiceXMLKit

Summary

End users typically interact with VoiceXML applications running on servers over a phone connection.

VoiceXMLKit provides tools developing and testing VoiceXML applications offline before the VoiceXML documents are deployed to servers.

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The VoiceXMLKit conversation management component is designed to provide you a lot of flexiblity and minimize the programming necessary to validate and interpret VoiceXML.

To run a VoiceXML application, use the OpenSession method to create a session, then simply use RunDocument method to interpret the VoiceXML document. For example:

// Validate a VoiceXML document
NChantXM1.CompileDocument("mydocument.vxml");

To run a validate a VoiceXML document use the CompileDocument method. For example:

// Open session
_SessionID = NChantXM1.OpenSession();
// Interpret the document
NChantXM1.RunDocument(_SessionID, "mydocument.vxml");

To stop the VoiceXML application, simply use the CloseSession method. For example:

// Close session when CCXMDone event fires
NChantXM1.CloseSession(_SessionID);

Within Chant Developer Workbench, open the VoiceXML document and select the Compile Document menu item or press the toolbar button to validate the document.

VoiceXML Document Validation

To test the document with Chant Developer Workbench, select the Run Document menu itme or press the toolbar button to invoke the VoiceXMLKit interpreter.

VoiceXML Document Testing

For additional help with VoiceXMLKit, contact Chant Support via Chant Support Contacts or web.

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