Amazon Web Services (AWS) Lex Plugin 2.4.0 to the UniMRCP Server (UMS) has been released.
The plugin is based on the following components:
- UniMRCP Server 1.7.0
- AWS SDK 1.8.129
- AWS Lex V2
- Libevent 2.1.9
- Libnghttp2 1.42.0
The binaries are currently available for the following Linux distributions:
- Red Hat / CentOS 7 (unimrcp-lex-1.7.6-1.el7.x86_64.rpm)
- Red Hat / CentOS 8 (unimrcp-lex-1.7.6-1.el8.x86_64.rpm)
- Ubuntu 18.04 LTS (unimrcp-lex_1.7.6-bionic_amd64.deb)
- Ubuntu 20.04 LTS (unimrcp-lex_1.7.6-focal_amd64.deb)
This release adds support for transparent session attributes of the Lex V2 API. The release also provides a few fixes and improvements in the existing functionality.
The detailed list of changes introduced in this release follows.
- Allow session attributes of the Lex V2 API to be transparently specified either globally in the configuration file or per MRCP request via vendor-specific parameters.
- Allow the session id of the Lex V2 API to be explicitly specified by the client by means of a vendor-specific parameter 'session-id'.
- Fixed a possible segfault on processing the header field Logging-Tag having an empty [no] value.
- Fixed processing of AWS profile parameters, including 'aws-arn-role', passed per MRCP request by the client.
- Skip a fallback intent having the dialog action set to 'close' with no transcription, if the attribute 'skip-empty-results' is set to 'true', which is the default behavior.
- Added new attributes in the format of 'x-amz-lex.*' to the element 'streaming-recognition'. The name of the attribute must start with a prefix 'x-amz-lex' and a separator '.' must be used in the path. For example: x-amz-lex.audio.start-timeout-ms.
- Updated the Usage Guide to reflect the changes introduced in this release.
Visit the Lex plugin page for more information.
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