Created by: Janine Graves on 18-05-2006 01:56:48 AM I tried to use a HotLink to throw a user-defined event and then to catch it in a HotEvent. (Studio 5, classroom laptops)
Following VXML naming conventions for user-defined events, I named it com.audium.myevent
The Studio application deployed fine, but Call Services would not ''deploy' it until I took the dots (periods) out of the event name. Is this supposed to be this way?
Is it both the HotLink and the HotEvent that have trouble with the dots in the event name? Or just the HotLink? I'd assume I could use a HotEvent to catch standard events like 'error.badfetch' - which has a dot in it, right?
Subject: RE: user-defined event names Replied by: Michael Bochynski on 23-05-2006 04:29:26 PM Janine,
Please refer to your other post for an answer. It is available at:
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