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April CCXML: 4 issues w/7_2.txml

From: Chris Davis <davisc@iivip.com>
Date: Fri, 14 May 2010 08:38:31 -0500
Message-ID: <4BED5257.6010607@iivip.com>
To: www-voice <www-voice@w3.org>
Hello www-voice,

1)  note: dialogterminate has the immediate boolean/string problem
   7.2.3.2 says of the immediate attribute that it is "An ECMAScript 
expression which returns a character string,"
   It seems simpler for the "type" to be "ECMA script expression 
returning boolean", but that is not the way
   things are currently written.

2) <var name="paramcc3='Hello world'"/> should be
  <var name="paramcc3" expr="'Hello world'"/>

   As written, it causes ECMA errors

3) When <dialogterminate> is called, the browser generates as a side 
effect conference.unjoined.
     This is consistent with 7.2.3.1, which says:
    "The platform MUST tear down any existing bridges to the dialog and 
send a conference.unjoined 
     to the CCXML document once the media paths have been freed."
 
     The problem is that the script is not expecting this, and treats 
the conference.unjoined as an error
 
4) <dialogstart> has maxage/maxstale passed as integers not strings. A 
string result of the ECMA script expression
 is implied in  7.2.2.2 where it says "The character string returned 
must be interpreted as a time interval."
    It seems simpler for the "type" to be "ECMA script expression 
returning integer", but that is not how it is written.

Regards,
Chris

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Chris Davis
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