Building Value Lists From Entities Using The Common Response Component – A Generic Approach by Frank Nimphius

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The widgets most commonly used when creating chatbot user interfaces are input text fields and value lists. The Common Response component in Oracle Digital Assistant lets you create text and value list user interfaces directly from entity definitions. What not many bot designers know is that the dialog flow code for building such interfaces can be created generically, so it can be re-used in various dialog flow states. This article explains how to configure entities and the Common Response component to display text and lists following a generic approach. Read the complete article here.

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