Settings
Name (Label) 
Type 
Req'd 
Single Setting Value 
Substitution Allowed 
Default 
Notes 

(Input Mode) 
string enum 
Yes 



The type of
entry allowed for input (during digits capture and confirmation). Possible
values are:


(Noinput Timeout) 
string 
Yes 



The maximum time length allowed for silence or no keypress before a noinput event is thrown. Possible values are standard time designations including both a nonnegative number and a time unit, for example, 3s (for seconds) or 3000ms (for milliseconds). Default = 5s. 

(Digits Max NoInput Count) 
int ≥ 0 
Yes 



The maximum number of noinput events allowed during digits input capture. 0 = infinite noinputs allowed. 

(Digits Max NoMatch Count) 
int ≥ 0 
Yes 



The maximum number of nomatch events allowed during digits input capture. 0 = infinite nomatches allowed. 

(Confirm Max NoIput Count) 
int ≥ 0 
Yes 



The maximum number of noinput events allowed during digits input confirmation. 0 = infinite noinputs allowed. 

(Confirm Max NoMatch Count) 
int ≥ 0 
Yes 



The maximum number of nomatch events allowed during digits input confirmation. 0 = infinite nomatches allowed. 

(Max Disconfirmed Count) 
int ≥ 0 
Yes 



The maximum number of times a caller is allowed to disconfirm a captured digits input. 0 = infinite disconfirmations allowed. 

(Digits Confidence Level) 
decimal (0.0 to 1.0) 
Yes 



The confidence level threshold to use during digits capture. 

(Confirm Confidence Level) 
decimal (0.0 to 1.0) 
Yes 



The confidence level threshold to use during confirmation. 

(Min Digits) 
int > 0 
Yes 


None 
Minimum number of digits allowed. 

(Max Digits) 
int > 0 
Yes 


None 
Maximum number of digits allowed. 

(Disable Hotlinks) 
boolean 
Yes 



If set to true, only the grammars of the current Digits_With_Confirm element (the builtin digits and boolean grammars) will be enabled for the duration of the element. Otherwise all active grammars will be enabled. 

(Secure Logging) 
boolean 
Yes 



If set to true, user DTMF input for the element is considered
secure and the attributes utterance, interpretation, value, nbestUtteranceX and
nbestInterpretationX are masked in VXML server logs. The format used to render
secure element attributes is to add a
_secureLogging
suffix. For example


(Maxnbest) 
int ≥ 1 
Yes 



The maximum number of speech recognition results that can be generated per voice input. 

(DTMF Overlay) 
Boolean 
Yes 



Setting this property to


(DTMF Overlay Interval) 
String 
Yes 



Time Interval (in ms) between the generation of two DTMF tones. The interval is a random number that is +/25% of the duration
that is mentioned. For example, if the duration mentioned is

Refer to the following Element Data table for information about nbestUtteranceX and nbestInterpretationX 