Avaya Orchestration Designer

Latest Release: 8.1.2 (October 2022)

Dialog Designer Release 4.1

Dialog Designer Release 4.1 was made generally available in January 2008; Service Pack 3 (Release was issued February 2009. The Release 4.1 CD image and Service Pack 3 JARs are available under the Downloads - Product Software tab. Release 4.1 is NOT the latest release of Dialog Designer: later releases are incorporated into the Speech and Call Control Application Development component of Avaya Orchestration Designer.

Features in the new release

New features in the Dialog Designer Release 4.1 include:

Sample applications:

The software download includes over 20 sample applications that demonstrate the many features of Dialog Designer. Release 4.1 includes the following new and updated sample applications:
  • Click-to-call: new.
  • Predefined Conference: new.
  • Outbound Call: updated.
  • Pass Parameters: updated.

Other enhancements:

  • Support for multiple call flows to improve large application development and management.
  • Can be installed on the Windows Vista Ultimate or Business operating system (requires Eclipse 3.3).
  • Support for Call Control XML (CCXML) Conferencing and Merge (requires Voice Portal 4.1).
  • Support for Universal Call Identifier (UCID) values in User-to-user Interface (UUI) data.
  • Fax and answering machine detection (requires Voice Portal 4.1).

Release history

Release 4.1

Avaya Dialog Designer 4.1 is available for download to members of the DevConnect program free of charge. Note that the file is large: over 650 MB. The download includes prerequisite software: J2SE Development Kit 5.0 (JDK 1.5), Tomcat 5.0.28 or Tomcat 5.5, Eclipse and GEF 3.2 or 3.3 SDKs, Microsoft Speech SDK 5.1, Avaya Dialog Designer WebLM license server and the optional CCXML plug-in. Instructions for installing Dialog Designer are included in the Getting Started with Dialog Designer Release 4.1 guide, available under the Product Overview tab.

Release 4.1 Service Pack 3 (Release

Provided Dialog Designer 4.1 is already installed, you can use the built-in Eclipse update framework to install the latest Service Pack. Alternatively, download the Service Pack JAR files to a New Archive Site, which you can then use to install the Service Pack from within Eclipse.