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 {{description>​Use the Plum DEV file repository to store audio and VoiceXML application files instead of building a low latency content web server for those static files.}} {{description>​Use the Plum DEV file repository to store audio and VoiceXML application files instead of building a low latency content web server for those static files.}}
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 The file repository within Plum DEV can be used to locally store audio files and application files (vxml, grxml, jsgf, js, xml). For example, in a case where network latency could produce a perceptible lag in the dialogue a caller hears, you could use the file repository to store large audio files. ​ Please note that when replacing existing audio files in the repository there can be up to 5 minutes of cache propagation where calls could hear the previous audio content. The file repository within Plum DEV can be used to locally store audio files and application files (vxml, grxml, jsgf, js, xml). For example, in a case where network latency could produce a perceptible lag in the dialogue a caller hears, you could use the file repository to store large audio files. ​ Please note that when replacing existing audio files in the repository there can be up to 5 minutes of cache propagation where calls could hear the previous audio content.