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 ===== Getting Started ===== ===== Getting Started =====
  
-Once you have completed installing the VoiceXML browser, you must configure the VoiceXML browser before attempting to place calls. The management and configuration procedures completely depend on the integration, as the reference VoiceXML browser components never directly access a configuration subsystem.  Instead, all configuration parameters are passed to the initialization or resource creation functions for each VoiceXML browser component. OpenVXI is an old portable open source VoiceXML interpreter and is a part of Vxi.  The Vxi VoiceXML browser is configured through a text configuration file specified on the command line. Each line of this file defines a value for a property (parameter) applying to a given VoiceXML Engine; the possible property names are defined in the interface header files for the various components.  The configuration file format is described in detail in a comment block at the top of the sample configuration file, /etc/vxmld.conf (old versions:/etc/openvxi/client.cfg).+Once you have completed installing the VoiceXML browser, you must configure the VoiceXML browser before attempting to place calls. The management and configuration procedures completely depend on the integration, as the reference VoiceXML browser components never directly access a configuration subsystem.  Instead, all configuration parameters are passed to the initialization or resource creation functions for each VoiceXML browser component. OpenVXI is an old portable open source VoiceXML interpreter and is a part of Vxi.  The Vxi VoiceXML browser is configured through a text configuration file specified on the command line. Each line of this file defines a value for a property (parameter) applying to a given VoiceXML Engine; the possible property names are defined in the interface header files for the various components.  The configuration file format is described in detail in a comment block at the top of the sample configuration file, /etc/openvxi/client.cfg.
  
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