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Nov 28, 2022
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Transactional Dialogs (T-Dialogs)

Transactional dialogs (t-dialogs) are like dialogs, but with only one flow of questions and responses, with no branching. Typically, they are used to perform some sort of a transaction against an API. They consist of various slots (similar to nodes) and one end-slot where the transaction is handled.

T-dialogs can be started by articles, events and dialogs.

Like with dialogs, each interaction of a user to follow the flow of such a t-dialog, is part of the t-dialog interactions.

Requests to the "ask endpoint" are treated as t-dialog interactions if they explicitly include a "tdialogstate" parameter.


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