This topic describes the Cisco Unity Express script editor.
Download the Cisco Unity Express script editor from Cisco.com and install it on a Windows PC. You may also download script examples that you can reuse and modify for your purposes. This editor allows for the easy construction of scripts by using prebuilt modules, called steps. Place the logic-block steps in a specific order to provide the required service. You can then save these steps to a script that you can upload to the Cisco Unity Express module.
The figure shows the script editor with an opened auto-attendant script. On the top left, you see the navigation pane with the steps that you can use. A script always requires a start step and an end step. In between those steps, you can configure other available steps to meet your requirements.
The top section on the right shows the script with all its used steps. Use the comments to describe what the script is doing. The programming is like other programming languages but is simplified by dragging and dropping the steps into the correct script flow.
In the bottom left pane, you see the variables that you can add (for example, string, integer, Boolean, or other). You can preset the variable values in the script or initialize the variables when the script is triggered.
The lower right window shows debugging information when using reactive debugging on Cisco Unity Express.