[Freeswitch-dev] Understansing of mod_flite Config
mike at jerris.com
Tue Jan 19 09:29:29 PST 2010
On Jan 19, 2010, at 12:14 PM, Suneel Papineni wrote:
> I am trying to test mod_flite to announce a message like "You are 5th in Queue". mod_flite is compiled properly. I am using Windows OS and event sockets to send the commands. A dial-plan is written to park all calls that are coming to Freeswitch. After call is parked I am sending message to play the announcement.
> sendmsg [callID]
> call-command: execute
> execute-app-name: speak
> execute-app-arg: 'Hi you are 5th in Queue'
> This is giving an error in FS as:
> 2010-01-19 15:40:37.814740 [ERR] mod_dptools.c:1505 Invalid Params! [NULL][NULL][Hi you are 5th in Queue]
> I tried to debug this, but failed to find the issue. It seems as one argument is passed, engine and voice are null, so this error is thrown ( I assume ). Tried to send message like “execute-app-arg: 'flite'|'david'|'Hi you are 5th in Queue'”. This took as 3 arguments but still thrown an error saying "Invalid speech module(flite)".
This looks more correct. But mod_flite is not loaded.
> Could you please let me know where I am going wrong. Also where do I need to configure engine and voice parameters, so that system could pick up automatically. Tried to set these parameters in conference.conf.xml, but not worked.
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