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An XML-based mark-up language for telephony call control.

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Bookmark and Share Call Control XML (CCXML) Interpreter consists of an interpreter for WebSphere Voice Response for AIX, along with example applications and associated user documentation.

CCXML is part of a standard. It is an XML-based mark-up language that is designed to provide call control for telephony systems, thereby enabling developers to write documents that perform advanced call handling.
CCXML follows the VoiceXML model by enabling applications to be written entirely in an open, non-propriety mark-up language, which allows simple migration of applications from one system to another. A CCXML application allows sophisticated multiple-call handling and control, including the ability to place outgoing calls, to answer incoming calls, and to invoke voice applications. It allows for handling of a class of asynchronous events and advanced telephony operations involving substantial amounts of signals, status events, and message passing.

CCXML, as a global industry standard, is independent of both the telephony system and the development environment. CCXML has been designed to complement and be integrated with VoiceXML Version 2 systems; however, the two languages are separate and VoiceXML is not required for running CCXML applications.

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