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RE: Prompt counting question

From: Scott McGlashan <scott.mcglashan@pipebeach.com>
Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2001 09:59:45 +0100
Message-ID: <2764A29BE430E64A92EB56561587D2E7015560@se01ms02.i.pipebeach.com>
To: "Teemu Tingander" <Teemu.Tingander@tecnomen.fi>, <www-voice@w3.org>
thank you for your comments on VoiceXML 2.0. We will discuss your
comments at our face2face meeting in early December and get back to you
with a response.

thanks again,

Scott

chairman, Dialog Team, W3C Voice Browser Group 



www.pipebeach.com 

-----Original Message-----
From: Teemu Tingander [mailto:Teemu.Tingander@tecnomen.fi]
Sent: Thursday, November 15, 2001 14:00
To: 'www-voice@w3.org'
Subject: Prompt counting question


Hi. While reading spec 2.0 I found following "problem". 
	--> Taken form W3C VoiceXML 2.0 draft
	in chapter 4.1.6
	"Each form item and each menu has an internal prompt counter
that is
reset to one each time the form or menu is entered. Whenever the system
uses
a prompt, its associated prompt counter is incremented. This is the
mechanism supporting tapered prompts."
So the question is : 
Are prompt counts maintained for <form/> and <menu/> elements only or
are
they maintainded for each <*form item*> - specified in chapter 2.1.2  ?
 If we are working like in events; Counters are reseted when entering
<form/> or <menu/>  and we have individual counter for each <*form
item*> ,
but initial uses <form/>s counters. This is right? 
So does this mean that when  <goto item="this" /> occurs in field "that"
while field "this" has prompt counter 3 the prompt that has count 3 is
selected. So entering <field name="this">..</field> does not reset
counter.
So returning to  <*form item*> that has prompted something before
maintains
<*form item*>s prompt count and allows us to do "tapared prompting",
yeah ? 
Sincerely, 
	Teemu Tingander
	Espoo, Finland
Received on Wednesday, 28 November 2001 03:57:46 GMT

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