Call Control eXtensible Markup Language (CCXML) is an XML standard designed to add telephony support to VoiceXML. The current status is a W3C Recommendation that was set on July 5, 2011 . While VoiceXML is used to a voice browser to a Voice User Interface to expand, is the primary benefit of CCXML to inform the voice browser about how the telephony controller of the voice channel to be processed. The two XML applications are completely separate from one another and can be implemented independently of one another.
Status and future
- CCXML 1.0 is available as a W3C Recommendation .
- Because CCXML extensively uses the existing concepts of events and transitions, it is believed that the tools for creating a state transition diagram that can be used in the next CCXML 2.0 version, also a benefit of the new XML state machine notation , called SCXML will draw, .