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Any IVR SDKs that use .NET?

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In the early 1990s there were quite a few Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
SDKs that used VB for development. What happened to this category. Its like
vanished.

Does anybody know how IVR applications are built using .NET?

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Oct 2 '06 #1
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"clintonG" <cs*********@REMOVETHISTEXTmetromilwaukee.comwro te in message
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In the early 1990s there were quite a few Interactive Voice Response (IVR)
SDKs that used VB for development. What happened to this category. Its
like vanished.

Does anybody know how IVR applications are built using .NET?
At first blush, you might think that the way to go would be to use .Net's
COM callable wrappers (CCW) over the COM based version 3 of the telephony
API. Unfortunately, it's not that easy and MS has a knowledge base article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/841712/en-us

that basically says "don't do that".

If you like, you might want to post again in the telephony group

microsoft.public.win32.programmer.tapi

for more info on TAPI and .Net

Now, I general, I'll refrain from "plugging my stuff" here but since you
asked ...

.... I plan on releasing .Net based, speech enabled telephony development
tools very shortly. If you like you can take a look at the C# video
tutorials on my web site

http://www.ivrforbeginners.com/videos/videos.htm

or contact me privately ( remove . no . spam from my email address).

Regards,
Will
Oct 2 '06 #2

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Thanks for the lead William. I forgot all about TAPI.
I'll keep an eye on what your up to and hope your succe$$ful. I have a
meeting with some people the day after tommorrow to do a preliminary
proposal. I'll call on you if they stay awake and want to know more :-)

<%= Clinton

"William DePalo [MVP VC++]" <wi***********@mvps.orgwrote in message
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"clintonG" <cs*********@REMOVETHISTEXTmetromilwaukee.comwro te in message
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>In the early 1990s there were quite a few Interactive Voice Response
(IVR) SDKs that used VB for development. What happened to this category.
Its like vanished.

Does anybody know how IVR applications are built using .NET?

At first blush, you might think that the way to go would be to use .Net's
COM callable wrappers (CCW) over the COM based version 3 of the telephony
API. Unfortunately, it's not that easy and MS has a knowledge base
article:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/841712/en-us

that basically says "don't do that".

If you like, you might want to post again in the telephony group

microsoft.public.win32.programmer.tapi

for more info on TAPI and .Net

Now, I general, I'll refrain from "plugging my stuff" here but since you
asked ...

... I plan on releasing .Net based, speech enabled telephony development
tools very shortly. If you like you can take a look at the C# video
tutorials on my web site

http://www.ivrforbeginners.com/videos/videos.htm

or contact me privately ( remove . no . spam from my email address).

Regards,
Will

Oct 2 '06 #3

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"clintonG" <cs*********@REMOVETHISTEXTmetromilwaukee.comwro te in message
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Thanks for the lead William.
You are welcome.
I forgot all about TAPI.
It's getting long in the tooth.
I'll keep an eye on what your up to and hope your succe$$ful.
Me too. :-)

Regards,
Will
Oct 3 '06 #4

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