BAM Command Line Utility Call Features Panel

This is the call features panel of the BAM Command Line Utility. It routes to multiple call feature related panels as described below.

As well as Return and Quit, it provides the following options:

Table 1. BAM Command Line Utility Call feature options
Name Description
View Call Features View an already defined Call Feature
Add Call Features Add a new Call Feature
Update Call Features Update an already defined Call Feature
Remove Call Features Remove an already defined Call Feature

The parameters associated with the Call Features options are :

Table 2. BAM Call Features parameters
Name Description
Name Name of the call feature
Type TTS or ASR
Parameters A grouping of call feature related parameters
Description Description of the call feature
url The url of the MRCP V2 resource, typically a URL with this format, sip:speech@mrcpv2.blueworx.com
locale The locale handled by the call feature. This is used to determine which MRCP resource is used when a voice application attempts to do TTS or Reco, so an en_US application would look for an MRCP resource that matches the locale. This field is a regex string, so can be used to map multiple locales to one resource. For example, if the locale is set to "en_.*", any voice application with a locale starting with "en_" will use this resource. Note that the order of MRCP resources matters - if a resource with the locale set to "en_.*" is specified followed by a resource with the locale set to "en_US", the "en_US" resource would never be used. If these are switched around, any "en_US" application would use the "en_US" resource, and any other application with a locale beginning with "en_" would use the "en_.*" resource.
keep_session Associated with TTS type call features. Boolean, specified as true or false. Determines whether to hold onto TTS sessions for the duration of a call
dtmf_recognition Associated with ASR type call features. Boolean, specified as true or false. Used to determine the processing of DTMFs. If false, handled internally by BVR. If true, externally by the call feature