[Freeswitch-users] Split string and play charachters
GB at cm.nl
Mon Feb 3 17:56:21 MSK 2014
Yes, I found that one also. I'm just not sure if it also lets me define which audio files to use?
I'm using the originate command to originate a call from an external application using the ESL library, but we have multiple customers which will use the same context in Freeswitch, but the audio files played are located in a different directory for each customer.
So, for Customer ID 1 the directory should be something like this:
For Customer ID 2:
I want to build the audio directory path dynamically and have the characters played from that directory.
Is that possible with the Say application? If not, how should I approach this? Dialplan scripting?
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It sounds like you're looking for the say application, with a say method of "iterated"?
On Mon, Feb 3, 2014 at 9:03 AM, Grant Bagdasarian <GB at cm.nl<mailto:GB at cm.nl>> wrote:
Is there an application which plays the characters of a string individually?
Or have some sort of split function which splits a string into characters and then manually map the 'character_name' to an existing audio file?
//Split the string
Can this be done in the XML dialplan or do I need to use some scripting language to control the dialplan?
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