I created folders in the directory structure on the server as well as the admin interface to reflect the various scripts to keep things seperate.
I usually just put them all under the default folder but wanted to try to keep things seperate for this customer.
If I have scripts under C:\Program Files\wfavvid\Scripts\user\default\Scripts\(HelpDesk, CustomerOrdering, etc..)
and the prompts located C:\Program Files\wfavvid\Prompts\user\en\(HelpDesk, CustomerOrdering, etc..)
Inside the script if either calling subflows within side it or prompts how do you structure it to go to the correct location? I also have a "Common" folder for the Holiday script so that all scripts can utilize the sme holiday schedule and the customer only has to update one file.
If I am not to clear on things, let me know and I can most likely post the script so that one may better understand.
The script that are active are in AppAdmin, Scripts, Manage Scripts. If you click on the name of the script that you want, it will open the current one being used. The scripts that are currently being used are uploaded into the repository. You can save them locally where you would like. I would recommend that they are saved with the Cisco scripts in c/program
I would recommane uploading all prompts and docuements to the repository, this way it's easy to reference these in the scripts, simply use the browse button, plus all of them get backup up and preserver during upgrades.
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