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VXML File Preferences

Composer natively supports VXML 2.1.

Select Window > Preferences > Composer > VXML Files.The following preferences for VXML files can be set in the Preferences dialog box:

Creating Files

  1. Under Creating Files, select the Suffix to use for VXML files from the drop-down list: *.vxml
  2. Select the Encoding type from the drop-down list. The encoding attribute in a VXML document specifies the encoding scheme. The encoding scheme is the standard character set of a language.  The VXML processor uses this encoding information to know how to work with the data contained in the VXML document.  UTF-8 is the standard character set used to create pages written in English. Select from the following:
  • ISO 10646/Unicode(UTF-8)
  • ISO 10646/Unicode(UTF-16) Big Endian
  • ISO 10646/Unicode(UTF-16BE) Big Endian
  • ISO 10646/Unicode(UTF-16LE) Little Endian
  • ISO Latin-1
  • Central/East European (Slavic)
  • Southern European
  • Arabic, Logical
  • Arabic
  • Chinese, National Standard
  • Traditional Chinese, Big5
  • Cyrillic, ISO-8859-4
  • Cyrillic, ISO-8859-5
  • Greek
  • Hebrew, Visual
  • Hebrew
  • Japanese, EUC-JP
  • Japanese, ISO 2022
  • Japanese, Shift-JIS
  • Japanese, Windows-31J
  • Korean, EUC-KR
  • Korean, ISO 2022
  • Thai, TISI
  • Turkish

Validating Files

  • Select or clear the Warn when no grammar is specified check box (not selected by default).

Source, Syntax Coloring, and Templates

Source, Syntax Coloring, and Template preferences for VXML files are set under the XML preferences provided by Eclipse.

  • Use Window > Preferences, expand the Web and XML entry, then expand the XML Files subentry.

This preference allows you to add custom VXML schemas into Composer to be used in namespaces for new VXML files created through the VXML editor.

This page was last edited on January 21, 2017, at 00:42.
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