Our customer will be re-writing a major banking application in Audium and are pondering what options there are for organising a large application. Whilst there is the ability for apps to be broken up into "pages", and there is the "goto" element, and "app transfer" element, there is currently no "gosub" type of capability. Is this on Audium's "radar", and if so, is there a scheduled date for that capabilty?
Subject: RE: Organising large applications. Replied by: Vance Vagell on 08-12-2005 07:35:57 PM Hi Strafford,
The most common means by which our customers organize very large projects is by breaking them into many pages in Audium Studio. However, we do offer Application Transfer elements, which can be used to "goto" another Audium application at runtime. Additionally, Audium Studio supports VoiceXML Insert elements, which reference a VoiceXML file by URI. If another, non-Audium application needs to be called by an Audium application, this VoiceXML file can call it as a subdialog. When execution of this 3rd party voice application completes, control will return to the calling Audium application.
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