Avaya Aura Contact Center - Orchestration Designer Scripting



In this course, you learn how to plan for, create, manage, and administer applications (scripts and flows) using the basic script commands and elements in the Orchestration Designer tool, available with Avaya Aura Contact Center - Manager. You will learn to combine commands, intrinsics, and expressions to design and develop Contact Center - Manager applications (scripts and flows), and you will learn scripting through live SIP- and AML-based systems connected to CS 1000 and Aura ME platforms.


Personnel responsible for administering and maintaining Avaya Aura� Contact Center - Manager applications (scripts and flows) using Orchestration Designer, formerly known as Service Creation Environment (SCE).


  • Ability to:
    • Communicate about basic telecommunications
    • Use technical publications
    • Identify and use correct telephone features according to customer specifications
    • Use Windows 98/XP/2000/2003/2008
    • Recognize client/server architecture and networking

Learning Objectives

  • Write, validate, and edit applications using the flow and scripteditors
  • Perform basic application administration tasks within the Orchestration Designer tool
  • Use Call Treatments to provide treatments to callers
  • Intrinsics and their use within applications
  • Differences between Global and Call variables
  • Create, edit, and delete variables
  • Use Global variables appropriately in application design
  • Design applications to incorporate the use of the Event Handler to trapunforeseen or failed events and provide an appropriate treatment
  • Design applications to monitor for emergency situations and provide theappropriate treatment to callers during an emergency
  • Design applications to integrate into a Host Data Exchange environment, including using the Provider.exe tool

1. Overview

2. Application Variables

3. Intrinsics and Expressions

4. Creating Applications using Scripting Commands and Blocks

5. Handling Unscheduled Closures and Failed Conditions

6. Host Data Exchange

7. Final Project

8. Troubleshooting and Interpretation

9. Flow Charts and Handouts

Appendix: Voice Processing Variables and Commands in AML Environment