Support for Outbound-Calling Applications

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Outbound voice response applications make calls to users and typically rely on a queue of phone numbers to call. Speech Server can use Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) or HTTP to provide requests for outbound calls. Use HTTP when an immediate response is required. Use MSMQ when an asynchronous response or no response at all is acceptable.

To support outbound-calling applications that use MSMQ in Speech Server, you must complete the following steps in addition to the main tasks of copying the application files to the Speech Server deployment directory and configuring the application run-time environment:

  1. Create a message queue in the Microsoft Message Queuing (MSMQ) service on the computer hosting Speech Server.
  2. Configure security settings for the message queue to allow Speech Server access to the queue.
  3. Configure Speech Server for outbound-calling applications.

To learn more about MSMQ, see Microsoft Message Queuing.

To learn more about using HTTP with outbound applications, see Walkthrough: Create a Simple Outbound Application.

In This Section

How to: Create a Message Queue

How to: Configure Message Queue Security

Speech Server Settings for Outbound Calling

See Also


How to: Copy Application Files to the Deployment Directory
How to: Configure the Application Run-time Environment