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RE: application.variable - FileNotFound exception

From: Vijay William J <VWilliam@NIIT.com>
Date: Fri, 16 May 2003 10:20:03 +0530
Message-ID: <693C7BF04114D411BB3800B0D02192CE05B54DBA@del-d190okh-es2.ltb.in.niit.com>
To: www-talk@w3.org
Cc: f_yanyang@hotmail.com

I got the stuff working and I thought I'll share it.
This one is very similar to what f_yanyang@hotmail.com had posted.


The HTTP request sent by the voice browser contains an accept header of
application/x-vxml (preferred form), application/vxml, text/x-vxml, or
text/vxml, which tells the server-side logic the request is coming from the
VoiceXML browser, as opposed to a visual browser (Internet Explorer or
Netscape Navigator/Communicator). You may need to configure your Web server
to recognize that *.vxml files are of this type. On some servers, failure to
do so may generate a file not found exception in the browser.

Regards,
Willy


-----Original Message-----
From: Vijay William J 
Sent: Friday, May 16, 2003 10:08 AM
To: www-talk@w3.org
Subject: application.variable - FileNotFound exception



Hi All,
I'm facing a problem accessing the application variables (defined in the
root document) from a child document. I use the IBM Voice SDK. A vxml
variable is passed from the root document to the child document using the
<submit> tag with POST. In the child document, the vxml tag is specified as
follows:
<vxml version="1.0" application="http://server-name/voice/sample.vxml" >



 and the error I get is:
"java.io.FileNotFoundException: http://server-name/voice/sample.vxml.


Whereas the file actually exists in the specified location. Can you please
tell me where exactly I've gone wrong.

Thanks,
Willy

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