samkk2 Wed, 12/12/2007 - 13:34
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The software itself is on the same CVP Disc, however when you will install it, it would need activation (License).

So you will need to order as follows:

Part = CVP-40-Studio (about $5-$6K List)

Description = CVP Studio


Part = UCSS-CVPSTU-1Y (about >$1000 list)

Description = UCSS for CVP Studio for One Year - Per Port (more accurately Per Box)

Also you need to supply a Box (Server) and Win2k3 Server License. Sales may recommend a MCS7825 Box, but I'd get a MCS7835 or its equivalent (as per BOM)or can be a VM instance but that experimentation is open to your time and imagination.


user-cisco Wed, 12/12/2007 - 14:18
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thank you Sam for ur response

is (CVP-40-Studio) a license for studio?

please could u clarify what is meant by 1 year in (UCSS-CVPSTU-1Y) ?


user-cisco Sun, 12/16/2007 - 06:24
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see what is written in cvp 4.0 srnd:

(A Studio license provides the environment to build a self-service application that executes on the

VoiceXML server. Studio licenses are required only for the developers who will be building the

self-service applications, and they are installed on the developers' PCs. While customers normally have

at least one studio license, a studio license is not required if you are not developing or maintaining your

own applications. In addition, a server license is not required for the machines on which a studio is


i can understand from above that studio license (cvp40-studio=) is not required if i want to do just scritping ? please correct me if i'm wrong

If you only want to build applications using micro-apps, you don't need the Cisco VXML server and Studio technology from the Audium acquisition.

Most developers use a combination of VXML applications, developed on Studio and deployed to the VXML servers, and micro-apps, written in Script Editor and running through the CVP Call Server. Micro-apps are great for queuing and simple menus (1 for English, 2 for Spanish) and CVP VXML Studio applications are for the heavy lifting and back-end integrations. This technique is described in the SRND.




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