Playing Address using TTS

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    Created by: Matt K. on 25-05-2010 07:28:09 PM
    Hello,
     
    I am trying to play a US mailing address using TTS.  I added the <say-as> tag and I see that in that CVP (Audium) logs it is generated as :
     
    <prompt bargein="true"><say-as interpret-as="address">555 Main St.  Atlanta, GA </say-as></prompt>
     
    However, when I call my application, system terminates the call and I see in the log files badfetch error.  TTS is working fine without <say-as> tag but obviously it does not play the text as an address which I want.
     
    Please let me know if there is any way to get around this.  We are using Nuance RealSpeak.
     
    Regards,
    Matt

    Subject: RE: Playing Address using TTS
    Replied by: Matt K. on 26-05-2010 06:54:03 PM
    I will try and let you know but we cannot replace "St." with "Street" since we are getting the addresses from databaes and "St." does not mean Street all the time. One example is "St. lewis".
     
    Thanks,
    Matt
     
     

    Subject: RE: Playing Address using TTS
    Replied by: Yawming Chen on 26-05-2010 03:28:55 PM
    Hi,
     
    I am still looking for if "adress" is supported. In the mean while I think maybe we can try this:
     
    <say-as interpret-as="number">555</say-as>
    <say-as interpret-as="letters">Main Street  Atlanta Georgia</say-as>
     
    Thanks

    Subject: RE: Playing Address using TTS
    Replied by: Yawming Chen on 26-05-2010 08:22:45 PM
    Please try <say-as type="address">
     

    The following types are supported:

     

    acronym

    number:ordinal

    number:digits

    telephone

    date:dmy

    date:mdy

    date:ymd

    date:ym

    date:my

    date:md

    date:y

    date:m

    date:d

    time:hms

    time:hm

    time:h

    duration:hms

    duration:hm

    duration:ms

    duration:h

    duration:m

    duration:s

    currency

    measure

    name

    net

    address

    Subject: RE: Playing Address using TTS
    Replied by: Matt K. on 27-05-2010 03:07:57 PM
    Thank you. <say-as type="address"> fixed the problem.
     
    Thanks again.
     
    Matt