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Overview of the new Oracle Web SDK and its customization features in Oracle Digital Assistant 19.10 and later

Frank Nimphius
Master Principal Product Manager

article by Rohit Dhamija, November 2019


In Oracle Digital Assistant 19.10 and later, Oracle provides a new web SDK for integrating Oracle Digital Assistant to web applications and web sites. The new Oracle Web SDK provides the features available in the current version of the Oracle JS Client SDK, but then goes beyond in providing new messenger functionalities as well as client security.

This article explores customization features of the new Oracle Web SDK that you can download for Oracle Digital Assistant 19.10 and later from https://www.oracle.com/downloads/cloud/amce-downloads.html (see Oracle Web SDK v1.0). The download contains a developer guide in its readme that explains all properties you can use with the new Web SDK. 

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  • Rose Gulley Monday, February 22, 2021
    I am new to SDK and Node JS and wanted to share with anyone else that may be new that on page 7 of this tutorial, before I could run the command http-server -p 3000, I needed to initialize and create a package .json in the extracted code folder. Here is how I got around the module not found error I was getting at first.

    1. Change the directory to root of the that extracted folder, mine was called codeV_3, while in terminal or command prompt and run the command
    npm init. There are several options but you can leave them as default for the tutorial.

    2. You need to change the directory again to the other code folder deeper than the root and type node in the terminal or command prompt. Then drag the newly created file found in the newly created folder into the command prompt and ...code_v3node_moduleshttp-serverbinhttp-server.

    Add a -p 3000 to then end of that to open in with the port described in the tutorial. Forgive me if this is obvious to everyone else.
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