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Voice Blocks Basic

The Basic Blocks provide the GVP VoiceXML element functionalities used to perform IVR activities and GVP platform extensible object elements:

Basic Blocks
Block Name Usage
Assign Block Assign a computed value/expression or an entered value to a variable
Branching Block Specify multiple application routes based on a branching condition
Disconnect Block Explicitly hang-up a phone call
End FCR Block Indicate the end of a recording segment
Entry Block Begin an application. Only one Entry block can be present in each application.Sets global error (exception) handlers. Defines all global application-level properties, global variables (which appear in the list of available variables for other blocks in the diagram), and global commands. Sets default application scripts and parameters.
Exit Block End the application
Go To Block Direct the application to a specific URL
Grammar Menu Block Uses Grammar Builder files to determine the input options
Input Block Accepts DTMF or speech input from callers
Log Block Record information about an application
Looping Block Iterate over a sequence of blocks multiple times
Menu Block Collects DTMF and/or speech input from the caller
Prompt Block Play specific data to the caller
Raise Event Block Throw custom events
Record Block Record voice input from the caller
Release ASR Engine Control when the ASR engine(s) being used in the current session will be released
Set Language Block Changes the current active language from that set in the Entry block or a previous Set Language block
SNMP Block Send SNMP traps from the application using the NGI ‘dest’ extension attribute of the <log> tag
Start FCR Block Indicate the start of a recorded audio file
Subdialog Block Invoke VoiceXML subdialogs, which are a mechanism for reusing common dialogs and building libraries of reusable applications.
Transfer Block Transfer the call to another destination
VXML Form Block Embed VXML code directly into a callflow diagram with using <subdialog>

Use the Link tools to connect the blocks.

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