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How to embed ECMAScript/JavaScript/VBScript into application.

Posted on 2004-08-31
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Hi,

I'm doing some research on developing a CCXML/VXML interpreter. Now for the VXML (VoiceXML) and CCXML (CallControlXML) interpreters there's a <SCRIPT> tag which implements ECMAScript.

Does anyone know how to use ECMAScript/JavaScript/VBScript in your own windows application?

The interpreters would be written in either C#.Net/VB.Net or Delphi 8.

Also if anyone knows of some examples on creating VXML/CCXML interpreters, please let me know.


Thanks,
Mokwaja.
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by:rsriprac
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Hi,

Have you looked at:

http://0url.com/gU1

and

http://www.publicvoicexml.org/

-Ram
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DEinspanjer earned 225 total points
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As far as a .NET solution goes, here is what I dug up.  I've worked with C and Java based JavaScript implementations, but those aren't what you're looking for. :)

I believe this MSDN article might provide a way to do what you are looking for.
It describes using the "Visual Studio for Applications" architecture to provide VBScript or JScript "plugability" in your applications.

http://msdn.microsoft.com/msdnmag/issues/02/08/visualstudioforapplications/

hth,
Daniel
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by:Mokwaja
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The article on MSDN looks like a solution.

Thanks Daniel, Ram.

Mokwaja.
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