Learn how to host an Oracle Digital Assistant Web Channel in the OCI Object Storage by Daniel Teixeira

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Sharing chatbots with others during development or even before (demo stage) is always a challenge as we don’t have any channel setup for it, nor do we have access to customer’s internal sites/channels.

With the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) Object Storage we have an easy solution that allows us to expose the chatbot to the public

Pre-Requisite

You must have access to OCI Object Storage.

OCI

In the OCI console, create a Bucket, and change the visibility to Public.

Upload WebSDK files

This can be done in several different ways, but I choose to maintain the default folder structure. That means we have dedicated folders for images, scripts and styles, where I upload all the files. At root level we have index.html. Read the complete article here.


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