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April CCXML: 3 problems with manual tests (10_5_7_A_*.txml)

From: Chris Davis <davisc@iivip.com>
Date: Tue, 18 May 2010 14:51:15 -0500
Message-ID: <4BF2EFB3.5040107@iivip.com>
To: www-voice <www-voice@w3.org>
CC: rachel.muller@aspect.com
Hello www-voice,

There are 3 issues with the manual tests comprising the CCXML test cases:

1) entertone/exittone on the <join> tag specifies a boolean instead of a 
character
    string. 10.5.7.2 says of those attributes that they are "An 
ECMAScript expression that returns a character string".
   They are probably a good candidate to stay strings, as they can also 
reference WAV URIs.

2) 10_5_7_A_110.txml references exittone="'manual_tests/voice.wav'". In 
order to be consistent with 10_5_7_A_104.txml
and work with the provided directory structure it should instead be 
exittone="'voice.wav'"

3) 10_5_7_A_110.txml does an <exit> upon conference.unjoined but the 
test asserts that the caller should hear the
exittone of the unjoining conference member. This *implies* that the 
exittone should be played *before* the member exits
and then generates the conference.unjoined, but the recommendation 
doesn't say this. Our browser actually removes the member
first then plays the tone, hence the confusion. As a work around we 
moved the exit in the test 3 seconds after the unjoined.
We recommend clarifying in 10.5.7.2 when the tone is played and to whom. In
other words, are the enter and exit tones played BEFORE add/remove or 
AFTER. Also, are the tones played to everyone in
the conference including the party entering/leaving?

Regards,
Chris

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Chris Davis
Interact Incorporated R&D
512-502-9969x117
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