Step By Step Platform Project
We will now create the Designer project we will use with our TestLVCA VB application.
- Open the Designer. Select "Create New Project". This will open a blank project.
First lets name our project. Locate the project properties window and double click the "Project
Name" Text box. Enter the name TestLVCA as the name.
Locate the project properties window and double click the Global VB ProgID property text box.
Type TestLVCA.DefaultModule, and then press enter. Unless explicitly specified in a module, all
events will be sent to this class. Two events will go to this class and no other are the Call
Start and the Call End events.
- Please save your project now. Name the file TestLVCA.spj
We will now need to add a list module on to the Project. Click and drag the list module and drop it
below the start module. Right click on the module to rename it to "zip code". Now double
click the module to open it. On the upper right window are the properties of the module, you will see
the custom interface property. Double click and change it from Standard Dll to VB ActiveX. Next we
will turn on the "Enter Module Event" by double clicking its property and selecting ON repeat
this step for the "Before Confirmation Event". These need to be ON for the event to fire.
By leaving the ProgID field blank we will use the Default ProgID specified in the Project properties for
these events. As a result, the events for this module will be raised in the Default Module class.
Next we will also need a few prompts added into the project. This can be done with the Audio Manager.
The Audio Manager can be found under the View menu. Be sure to have a microphone connected to your computer
you can record the prompts. Create new prompts by clicking on the New button then in the Description field
type in "ZIP main". In the Transcript field type in "Please tell me your zip code".
When you are ready click the Rec button to record your prompt; once you have recorded it you can check it
with the Play button and if need be re-record the prompt. When you are done with this prompt click OK. Repeat
these steps to add the following prompt into your project.
- ZIP no input = "I'm sorry, I did not hear that"
- ZIP no match = "I did not understand, Lets try that again."
- ZIP end = "Thank you, have a nice day"
At this point we have some audio prompts and a module called "Zip code" in our project.
Now we will need to attach the "zip code" module with the "start" module. Double
click the Start Module and expand the Main branch. Right click the goto action item and click select.
Choose the "zip code" module and click OK.
- At this point you should save your project and can exit the designer.