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Speech Application Deployment

Speech Server 2007

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To run a speech application on Speech Server, move the application files from the development environment to a deployment directory that is accessible by Speech Server and then configure Speech Server and Internet Information Services (IIS) to execute the application.

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In Speech Server, managed code (or assembly-based) voice response applications must be deployed to IIS on the computer running Speech Server. SALT voice response applications or VoiceXML applications can be deployed locally or on a remote Web server.

Moving the applications files is a simple matter of copying and pasting the Speech Server project directory to a location suitable for both Speech Server and IIS to access. For locally hosted applications, configuring Speech Server and IIS is accomplished using the Speech Server Administrator console. When you add the application to a deployment group in the Speech Server Administrator console, Speech Server automatically configures IIS to execute the application. Speech Server does not automatically configure IIS for remotely hosted applications. You must manually configure IIS for applications hosted on remote Web servers.

This section provides information about the application files as well as instructions for copying the application files and configuring the application run-time environment. For information about configuring the application settings using the Speech Server Administrator console, see Application Administration.

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You can also configure Speech Server to run an application with Windows Management Instrumentation (WMI) scripts. For more information, see Speech Server Administration Through WMI and Application Class.

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