CCXML

CCXML - or Call Control XML - is the W3C standard markup language for controlling how phone calls are placed, answered, transfered, conferenced, and more. CCXML works hand-in-hand with VoiceXML to provide a 100% standards and XML based solution for any telephony application.

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CCXML - or Call Control XML - is the W3C standard markup language for controlling how phone calls are placed, answered, transfered, conferenced, and more. CCXML works hand-in-hand with VoiceXML to provide a 100% standards and XML based solution for any telephony application.

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Created by: visionik, Last modification: Tue 15 of Mar, 2011 (18:24 UTC) by spamblock
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