Missing Audio File Solution
SUMMARY: Now you can compensate for a missing default audio file for an announcement, to avoid a silent announcement. (GVP-21227)
The next publication of the Genesys Media Server 8.5 Deployment Guide will include this revision:
CHAPTER: Chapter 3, Media Server Functions
SECTION: Media File Archives
ADD THESE PARAGRAPHS:
If a codec is negotiated but the codec-specific audio file is missing, Media Server must make a substitution, and it looks for a default file in the location specified by the request URI.
You must specify the filename extension (and thus, its media type). Thus, you have two tasks:
- Place a default audio file in the location specified by the request URI, with the appropriate extension for the media type (.au or .wav).
- Specify the extension by using this option:
Application: Media Control Platform
Valid Values: .wav (default) or .au