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Catching all VXML Events in Studio 10.5 and 11

janinegraves
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In Studio 10.5 or 11.0, is there (yet) a VoiceXML event I can specify that will catch ALL possible VoiceXML events that can occur?

I can catch all java exceptions by specifying: java.lang.Exception

And if I wrote my own VXML without Studio, I could catch the VoiceXML Event named error to catch everything.

But if I'm using Studio, is there a global catch-all for VoiceXML events?

Or am I stuck having to list every single event separately?

Thanks, Janine

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Vladimir Lazovic
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Hi Janine,

If you haven't found it already, here is the excerpt from Element specifications guide:

You can enter *.* to handle all the events and exceptions. * is allowed only at the end of the event name followed by "."(dot).

I'm about to test it myself, as I need it as well. I'll let you know the result, if you test it before me, let me know if it works.

Cheers

V

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Vladimir Lazovic
Beginner
Beginner

Hi Janine,

If you haven't found it already, here is the excerpt from Element specifications guide:

You can enter *.* to handle all the events and exceptions. * is allowed only at the end of the event name followed by "."(dot).

I'm about to test it myself, as I need it as well. I'll let you know the result, if you test it before me, let me know if it works.

Cheers

V

Vlad - that's the best news I've seen in a long time

I wonder how long that's been in place and I just didn't know it!

Hey Janine,

And just to confirm that it works! For both events and exceptions.

Cheers

V

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