You may be able to use the com.cisco.prompt.PromptException (or similar) exception in the "On Exception Goto" step around a "Play Prompt" step. This assumes that the absence of 1.wav will assert the exception.
I have successfully used the com.cisco.doc.DocumentException to detect the presence of an XML file in the Repository.
I went through all of them com.cisco.prompt errors and nothing seemed to work. However, I had the prompt set to continue on errors. If is set it to "NO", the entire script stops and the caller hears a message about a system error.
After I looked at the information closer, I see what you were trying to tell me. Sorry, I stopped when it said unity on the top :(
Anyways, when I tried following their example and set the prompt to not continue on errors (to throw the on exception flag), the script stops completely and the caller hears there has been a system error :(
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