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Xatkit Examples

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Example Bots built with the Xatkit framework

Installation

The bots in this repository require the latest version of Xatkit, unless stated explicitly in the bot directory's README. Installing the Eclipse plugins is not required to execute the bot, but is needed to open/edit their execution models and intent libraries.

Running a Bot Example

Each bot directory contains a .properties file you need to edit to deploy the bot in your own environment. You can read this article to setup DialogFlow and Slack credentials, and additional information is provided in the comments of the .properties file. If you have any issue to run your bot do not hesitate to report is on our issue tracker!

Once you have set up the credentials and required information in the .properties file you can run the following command to execute your bot:

cd $XATKIT/bin
./start-xatkit-windows.sh <path to the bot property file>

The execution logs of the bot will be printed in the current console, and a data/ folder will be created to store runtime results and monitoring information.

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