- DevConnect eBook: Developing Exceptional Multi-Modal Customer Experiences
Sample Applications & Tutorials
- Auto Attendant
- Call Flow Elements
- Call TAS
- Calling Card
- Click To Create Conference Sample Application
- Converse Step
- CTI Connector
- Deploying Speech and Call Control Applications
- Designing an MS SQL Database Connector
- Developing a Multilingual Speech Application
- Developing CCXML Applications
- Developing Telephony Web Service Applications
- IC Connector
- Insurance Services
- Outbound Call Blast
- Pizza Express
- SMS Web Service
- Stock Quote
- Telephony Web Service
- Using Nuance OpenSpeech DialogModules
- Using the Runtime API
- Using Web Services
- On-line Training Courses
- Development Tools & Configurations
- Compliance Testing
Developing CCXML Application using Dialog Designer CCXML Plug-in
About This Tutorial
This is the third in a series of four tutorials on the Avaya Dialog Designer (now known as Avaya Orchestration Designer) - see Related Tutorials below for links to other tutorials in the series.
This tutorial describes the steps involved in designing a Call Control Extensible Markup Language (CCXML) application using the Orchestration Designer CCXML plug-in. The process of creating a CCXML application with the CCXML editor is also described. The application discussed in this tutorial places an outbound call and logs the call status information. The tutorial also covers steps in building a CCXML application and deploying it on Voice Portal (now known as Avaya Experience Portal).
This tutorial is intended for developers who want to develop CCXML applications using Orchestration Designer.
A basic understanding of CCXML functionality and familiarity with Java language, JSP tags, Eclipse IDE and telephony application call flow is needed.