Gaurav Mathur • almost 6 years ago
how to create bot definition file for non node.js users
I have written bot in C#, don't how to create Bot Definition file.
Can someone help me with this or similar script https://github.com/awslabs/amazon-lex-bot-export
Or is there a way I can write it manually?
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Punit Java • almost 6 years ago
I'm not the official word on this, but the bot export script downloads the bot definition from AWS, regardless of which language your bot/client are written in.
All you need is to have node and the aws-sdk installed to run the script.
Sergey Smolnikov • almost 6 years ago
+1 node.js is just to run exporting script. You can also export the bot, intents and slot-types using aws cli (more manual work):
Setup CLI: http://docs.aws.amazon.com/lex/latest/dg/gs-set-up-cli.html
In the following command - enter “AWS Access Key ID” and “AWS Secret Access Key” generated for the user in https://console.aws.amazon.com/iam/home#/users
Settings has been saved in the file:
Commands to see/save bot and its content:
(e.g. the bot name: “ShoppingBot”, its alias: “shoppingbot”, one of intents: “VegetableDepartment”, one of slot types: “VegetableDepartmentUnits”)
aws lex-models help
aws lex-models get-bots
aws lex-models get-bot-versions --name ShoppingBot
aws lex-models get-bot --name ShoppingBot --version-or-alias shoppingbot > bot.json
aws lex-models get-intents
aws lex-models get-intent --name VegetableDepartment --intent-version 16 > veg-dpt.json
aws lex-models get-slot-types
aws lex-models get-slot-type --name VegetableDepartmentUnits --slot-type-version 2 >veg-dpt-units.json
Step 2: Set Up the AWS Command Line Interface - Amazon Lex
Set up the AWS CLI to test Amazon Lex.
Yashwanth H • almost 6 years ago
if you ran into "ValueError: unknown locale: UTF-8" Error
see this -> https://stackoverflow.com/a/22282511/1778834