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Pinned topic How was the Websphere Voice Server tts demo page implemented?

‏2007-01-23T16:19:37Z |
I have been looking into using Websphere Voice Server for TTS of dynamic text. The literature I've seen talks about static voiceXML. Clearly, the demo at http://www-306.ibm.com/software/pervasive/tech/demos/tts.shtml speaks text entered dynamically. Can someone explain how this is done within the context of WVS, or, better still, point me to example code? Thanks.
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    Re: How was the Websphere Voice Server tts demo page implemented?

    ‏2007-02-07T18:36:36Z  in response to SystemAdmin
    crayne@us.ibm.com wrote:
    > I have been looking into using Websphere Voice Server for TTS of dynamic text.
    > The literature I've seen talks about static voiceXML.
    >Clearly, the demo at
    http://www-306.ibm.com/software/pervasive/tech/demos/tts.shtml
    >speaks text entered dynamically.
    >Can someone explain how this is done within the context of WVS, or,
    better still, point me to example code?

    I guess one way is to generate your voiceXML on the fly, via server-side
    scripting. I think WAS may be needed for that.
    Another way is to use <value> tags within your prompts in the VXML, as
    in (unsure of the syntax just now, but this might get you on the right
    track):
    <prompt>
    The result of 2 + 2 is <value expr="2+2" />.
    </prompt>

    Hubert Crepy - IBM France Speech R&D