The applications menu

This section gives an overview of the applications menu. See Applications and Application windows for more information.

Click this option to open the Applications window, which you can use to work with existing voice applications and to create new applications.
Voice segments
You can edit voice segments using a graphical representation of the sound. By editing, you can remove unwanted gaps in the voice segment.
Voice tables
Each voice segment is stored in a voice directory. Prompts can use segments from any voice directory but, to help you organize your voice segments, you can also group them logically in a voice table.
Prompts are used in state tables to define what a caller hears and to define the logic of when and how the words are played. You can use the prompt editor, a menu-driven interface for developing prompts, or you can use an ASCII editor to develop the prompts and then import them. You can also export prompts developed using the prompt editor to ASCII format.
State tables
State tables contain the main sequence and logic of a voice application. Blueworx Voice Response includes a user interface for creating and editing state tables, using icons and text which can be directly manipulated by mouse actions.

See State Table window: the Action Palette and folders for more information.

3270 servers
Click this option to define a server to Blueworx Voice Response. You can also use 3270 terminal emulation to capture the 3270 screens and define the 3270 fields to be used in the server.
Custom servers
You can define the user functions of a custom server, and define and generate its main function. After you have written and defined the functions, you can build and install the server.