CVPD teaches each student to use the CVP Call Studio graphical tool to build self-service IVR applications and to run and maintain them on the CVP VXML Server. This course also introduces the student to the other servers that may be part of their CVP solution. Hands-on practice includes programming labs and building applications that incorporate every element of CVP Studio into a comprehensive full-featured application. Students also learn how to extend Studio using pre-written Java-based components. Each student has his/her own development system, in a lab environment that includes the Cisco VoiceXML gateway, speech recognition, text-to-speech, CVP Call Studio and VXML Server, and a SIP soft-phone to place calls. Students have ample practice analysing log files for debugging and using administrative scripts for graceful updates and suspensions of applications.
CVPD is intended for VUI designers, application developers, Java programmers, Sales and Pre-Sales, Technical Support, and Project Managers who want to learn to use the graphical tool to build IVR applications.
Overview of the full and stand alone CVP Architecture and Call Flow. An overview of ICM Scripts to route calls to Call Studio applications, including passing and receiving back data.
Writing Studio graphical applications which include:
Prompting Callers – using pre-recorded audio and text-to-speech; using Say it Smart to format spoken audio (speak as date, time, currency, etc), error prompting
Collecting caller input as digits, currency, building custom input
Working with variables – global data, session data, element data
Invoking Studio Subroutines from another Studio application
Transferring control from one Studio application to another (Application Transfer)
Using the Studio Debugger to test applications within Studio
Using Say it Smart to convert data into spoken audio (speak as date, time, digits, etc)
Studio Database element for interactions using SQL database
Web Services Element
Prompting and reprompting
VXML properties as they apply to CVP Studio for timing, playing filler/hold music
Catching events with the Studio Hotevent element to handle missing audio, ASR errors, etc
Global commands (Hotlinks) to allow callers to say ‘start over’, ‘go back’, ‘agent’ at any time
Handling errors to return data to ICM upon an unrecoverable error
Understanding the VXML Root Document for setting global timers and properties
Multi-Language applications using the Application Modifier element to change language during the call flow
Using Studio Documenter to print Visio-like diagrams of the application
Adding custom java components to extend Studio
Returning data to ICM if the caller hangs up using Custom Java
Using other Studio elements – Counter, Math
Overview of CVP8 Courtesy Callback – Call flow, ICM and Studio script configuration, audio files, reporting server database.
Administration is covered throughout the course:
Configuring log file properties
Using logs for debugging applications
Enabling VXML logging
Administrative scripts for graceful updates or suspensions of the server
Important log, debug, administration files
Directories in which associated Java class files must reside
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