Voxeo Documentation - CCXML 1.0-W3C Development Guide

This guide contains all of the information you will need to develop great voice applications on the Voxeo Hosted network. You will find tutorials, sample code, a detailed language specification, and appendices covering everything from best practices to advanced topics.

Getting Started

Learning CCXML?

Our Learning CCXML section is filled with tutorials and sample code to help you get started with voice application development. If you would like to start immediately and try the first tutorial, click here.

Need element information?

Use our Element Summary to get an overview for every CCXML element. To get detailed information for a specific element, including sample code, click on an element name.

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(Call Control eXtensible Markup Language)

 

A specific character string that represents a reference to an Internet resource. The acronym for uniform resource locator is URL.

At an Internet resource such as http://help.voxeo.com, you could also specify the name of an object such as web page, file, and so forth, called a URN. Combined, the URL and a URN define a URI.
 

URL - http://help.voxeo.com or http://www.voxeo.com

 

URI - http://help.voxeo.com/helpserver/go/help/Support.welcome.htm where the URN is the /helpserver/go/help/Support.welcome.htm portion of the URI.

 
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     Voxeo Documentation Overview
  Evolution Developer Portal
  Voxeo CXP
  Prophecy
  Development Languages
     Development Languages Overview
  VoiceXML 2.1 Development Guide
  CCXML 1.0 Development Guide
     CCXML 1.0-W3C Development Guide
     Platform Overview
     Creating an Application
     Voxeo File Manager
     Caching Tips and Techniques
     Cache Manager API
     Prophecy Porting Guide for CCXML
  Learning CCXML 1.0
  All Things Audio
  Debugging Techniques
  Event and Error Handling
  Dialog Extensions
     Client Side Scripting
  Outbound Dialing
     HTTP Requests Using the <send> Element
  Passing in Application Parameters
     CCXML 1.0 Objects
     Session and Application Variables
     Voxeo-Specific Properties
  Element Reference Guide
     Element Summary
     <accept> Element
     <assign> Element
     <cancel> Element
     <ccxml> Element
     <createcall> Element
     <createccxml> Element
     <createconference> Element
     <destroyconference> Element
     <dialogprepare> Element
     <dialogstart> Element
     <dialogterminate> Element
     <disconnect> Element
     <else> Element
     <elseif> Element
     <eventprocessor> Element
     <exit> Element
     <fetch> Element
     <foreach> Element
     <goto> Element
     <if> Element
     <join> Element
     <log> Element
     <merge> Element
     <meta> Element
     <metadata> Element
     <move> Element
     <redirect> Element
     <reject> Element
     <script> Element
     <send> Element
     <transition> Element
     <unjoin> Element
     <var> Element
     <voxeo:sendemail> Element
     CallXML 3.0 Development Guide
  Voxeo Support
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  Registering for an Account
  Self-Help Tools
  Collecting Information
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     Submitting a Support Request
     Escalating a Support Request
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