Export And Import Entity Event Handler For Editing In External IDE Or For Installing Additional Node Modules by Frank Nimphius

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This article explains how you can export and import entity event handler that you created in Oracle Digital Assistant for editing in an external IDE, debugging or to add custom or 3rd party Node.js modules.

About Entity Event Handler

Entity Event Handler is a new feature since Oracle Digital Assistant 21.02 that allows you to write custom component code that executes when a composite bag entity gets resolved at run time. Using entity event handler you no longer need to rely on Apache FreeMarker expressions for implementing custom bag item validation, or external dialog flow states for accessing REST services. Entity event handler soon will become a required skill for all Oracle Digital Assistant developers to have. 

Entity event handlers can be developed using the Oracle Digital Assistant skill (browser-based editor) or externally using a JavaScript IDE such as Microsoft Visual Studio Code. In either way, I recommend you install the Oracle Bots Node SDK from GitHub (https://github.com/oracle/bots-node-sdk), which you do by issuing the following command (assuming you have Node.js and Node Package Manager (npm) installed. Read the complete article here.

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