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From "HANAX" <hanax_forr...@centrum.sk>
Subject RE: Re: voice plugin
Date Wed, 14 Sep 2005 21:14:25 GMT
> HANAX wrote:
> >>HANAX wrote:
> >>
> >>>Finally I have done my exams, so now it's good time for me to continue my
work.
> >>
> >> 
> >>Welcome back, I trust you did well in your exams?
> >> 
> >>
> >>>I remember that last time we were talking about views and that was the last
thing I read in this forum.
> >>>Now I'm not in the picture now so I'll appreciate some help how to user views
and integrate them or what else...
> >>
> >> 
> >>Yes, moving your work into views is the next stage. If I understand 
> >>correctly the voiceXML stuff should go in the <head> section of the 
> >>final HTML page. Is that right?
> >> 
> > 
> > 
> > Yes, but small code is needed also in body section. And also external grammar files.
>  
> The grammar files are external, so they can be served in the normal way 
> via the sitemap (i.e. no need to change this in your existing code).
>  
> If you need some code in body as well as head then we may need two 
> contracts. Lets focus on one at a time though. The majority of stuff 
> goes into head so we may as well work there.
>  
> > I've read archive, but thing seems pretty abstract for me :)
>  
> Yes, The purpose of that particular reference was just to give you a 
> high level understanding of the terminology in this new funcitonlaity I 
> hope my subsequent link to our meagre docs on views helps to make it a 
> little more concrete, together with looking at the code we have added to 
> the voice plugin.
>  
> The view is defined in src/documentation/content/default.fv, so this is 
> a good place to start looking.
>  
> The contracts defined in that file are all in the viewhelper.xhtml 
> plugin (in whiteboard).
>  
> Incidentally to make this work you need to deploy the views plugins, 
> there is a helper script in FORREST_HOME/etc called views/sh to do this.
>  
> Don't worry if you are still totally lost with this views stuff (I was 
> until very recently), we will hold your hand until you understand. Just 
> ask more questions so we can give meaningful responses.
>  
> Ross
>  

Ok, now I have working "view" version of my site. Maybe it's time for me to understand views
by working with them. I want to add simple visual background (headings, text, virtual cursor...)
for my voice version of site. So what is the core?

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