This is all explained in the developers guide. Please study
PROGRAMMING GUIDE FOR CISCO UNIFIED CVP VXML SERVER AND CISCO UNIFIED CALL STUDIO RELEASE 7.0(1)
and you will understand. For example, on page 52 it talks about the "execution method doAction()" which I mentioned (the most important function for writing custom action elements) and explains that this method receives an instance of the API class ActionElementData.
The only way to know what is on the ActionElementData and what methods are available is to read the Java help files. This is standard Java programming practice.
You have to travel the journey - no one else can do it for you.
OK, I am already reading the document and study, but something are not mentioned.
OK, you are on the bus. Very good.
For example, the java help files u r talking about it, from where I will get it?
These "help files" are more correctly called the "Javadocs" for the Audium classes. You can find them on your server in CVP_HOME\VXMLServer\docs\javadocs. Just ZIP them up, copy to your laptop and unzip. Explore in the usual way one looks at Javadocs.
Audium was the name of the company Cisco bought to bring the technology of what you know as CVP VXML under their aegis. Hence you see the name "Audium" in all the class files. This is pretty standard Java naming convention.
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The below trick might come handy when you have to add a new node to a cluster but you don't have or is unsure of the security password for the publisher. This procedure has been around for ages.
1) Login into the CLI of the Publisher.