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RE: database reading through voiceXML

From: Liang Shen <liang@voicegenie.com>
Date: Wed, 31 Oct 2001 10:01:49 -0500
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To: Nitin_Khungar <Nitin_Khungar@satyam.com>, Shridhar Damle <shridhar@cgclogic.com>, www-voice@w3.org
Not necessary, Nitin and Shridhar, you can use either <script> or <object> 
for database access.

Cheers,

Liang

At 08:26 AM 10/31/2001, Nitin_Khungar wrote:
>Hi Shridhar,
>
>According to my knowledge there are no tags in VXML for database acess.
>Customized tags are not possible as VXML  as such is a XML schema.
>For database access you will have to call asp or jsp pages and dynamically 
>create vxml pages.
>
>Thanks and Regards.
>Nitin Khungar
>
>  -----Original Message-----
>From: Shridhar Damle [mailto:shridhar@cgclogic.com]
>Sent: Wednesday, October 31, 2001 6:33 PM
>To: www-voice@w3.org
>Subject: database reading through voiceXML
>Hi,
>Are there any tags in voiceXML that can make program read data from 
>database by generating the queries dynamically?
>If yes then what are those tags?
>If no then is it possible to have customized tags (say "dbread") in 
>voiceXML? viz.
><prompt>
>Your account balance is <dbread table='account' field='balance'/>
></prompt>
>
>Is this feasible? OR we have to always submit to next asp or jsp or 
>whatever and generate the vxml with account balance information dynamically?
>If it is feasible then...
>do the vxml interpreters available today can support customizable tags? 
>Like if a custom tag is found the interpreter should hand over the control 
>to the application to take necessary actions.
>
>Regards,
>Shridhar
>
>--------------------------------------------------------------
>CG-CORE EL LOGIC SYSTEMS LTD, PUNE, INDIA

Cheers,

Liang Shen
VoiceGenie Technologies Inc.
http://www.voicegenie.com
Received on Wednesday, 31 October 2001 10:02:25 GMT

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