Access VXML Server administrative batch files

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The VXML Server administrative batch files provide control over the voice applications deployed to the VXML server and provide status information about the deployed applications. To access, read, and clear the VXML Server log files:

  1. Open a file browser within the CVP all-in-one-box server.
  2. Browse to the location of the application you wish to examine, as follows
C:\Cisco\CVP\VXMLServer\applications\HelloWorld\logs
C:\Cisco\CVP\VXMLServer\applications\customhelloworld\logs


The following table describes each batch file.

Batch File Name


Batch File Use


deployApp.bat


Deploy your custom application to the VXML server.

Note: Be sure to use deployApp.bat not deployApp.sh.


releaseApp.bat


Suspends the application then, after all calls are handled, removes it from the server's memory.


resumeApp.bat


Restarts a suspended application.


suspendApp.bat


Plays "application suspended" message for new calls; continues to handle older, active calls.


updateApp.bat


Updates a deployed application with changes made to it in Call Studio, then redeploys the application.


status.bat


Provides running and current call handling status for the application, as follows:
  • Running status
  • Active callers requesting this application
  • Number of sessions waiting to end

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