here is another piece of the script series that I'm writing in TCL/IVR for CME. This one is nothing more than your good old wake-up service.
There are just a couple of "gotchas".
1. My recordings aren't so good, plus they mix with the default cisco ones that use a female voice, for a strange effect! If want to do your recordings, you can do that from any phone using my TCL/IVR recorder:
2. I couldn't find a way to announce time in 24h format. So, you enter time in 24h format, but it is announced as am/pm !
The script can be acquired at ciscoscripts.com
Great work Paolo! You are an asset to this community.
Just a few glitches I have found while QA testing your script:
- When entering an alarm time between 21:00 and 21:59, the script seems to 'freak out' because of the digit '1'...
- When calling back the alarm clock service when an alarm was set (e.g. to cancel it), there is no prompt.
Other than that it works great :)
Hi JS, thanks for testing the script.
the "nine" prompt was missing in zipfile. I've added it now. Tomorrow I will change the zipfile to be a tarfile, to make easier to extract all the files to router flash.
Then, you should get the alarm to announce and an option to cancel when calling back. Are you using an IP phone ? I can put some debug in the script, but I'm a bit puzzled by the problem.
Try enabling "term mon" and "debug voice application script" and let's see if anything pops out when calling again when alarm is set.
If you can produce the prompts, I will make the necessary modifications, that include a special localization module to so that the proper language rules for spelling numbers are respected. At least that is what the TCL/IVR guide claims one has to do.
Then don't hate me for saying that, but I'm afraid that Canadian French prompts can't be used in any other french speaking country :)
I know, I know...
We actually use France French for most of our clients - I personally like the sound of the French voice more than the Canadian French one. It just sounds better (okay I'll say it, it's just sexier) :)
I can probably get you some localization files off of Unity itself, if you want. One of the sound directories in Unity Locale CD 17 has all we need for time & date.