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Project Templates

To create a new Project using a template:

  1. In Composer perspective:
  • File > New > Java Composer Project, or
  • File > New > .NET Composer Project.
  1. Specify the name of the Project. By default all Projects will be saved in your workspace location.
  2. In the Project dialog box, type a name for your Project. If you want to save the Composer Project in your default workspace, select the Use default location check box. If not, clear the check box, click Browse, and navigate to the location where you wish to store the Project.
  3. Select the Project type:
  • Integrated Voice and Route. Select to create a Project that contains both callflows and workflows that interact with each other. For example, a routing strategy that invokes a GVP voice application. For more information on both voice and routing applications, see How Do Voice Applications Work and What Is a Routing Workflow, respectively.
  • Voice: Select to create a Project associated with the GVP 8.x. This type of Project may include callflows, and related server-side files. For more information on this type of Project, see topic, How Do Voice Applications Work.
  • Route: Select to create a Project associated with the URS 8.x SCXML Engine/Interpreter. For more information on this type of Project, see topic, What Is a Routing Workflow.
  1. Click Next.
  2. Expand the appropriate Project Type category and select a template for your application.
  3. Click Next.
  4. Select the Project Locale(s) to be used for prompts, grammars, and other locale-related resources.
  5. Click Finish. The new Project folder set will be displayed in the Project Explorer.
This page was last edited on July 24, 2013, at 12:35.
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