We have a architecture of BOTs created using Bot frameworks Virtual Assistant. We have few Skill bots or I can call them Skills which are connected to master Virtual Assistant bot. Here is some info on Skills. Out of the Box Virtual Assistant has capability to reach out to each Skill bot or Skill using Http Adapter built by MBF. We as a consumer have just been building skills or I can say writing code/dialogs using BF to support scenarios we want and then we just connect new bot to Virtual Assistant.
Note: We need 2 things ( explained here ) in order to connect to a Skill bot from Virtual Assistant. One is Bots ID and second is Bots deployed endpoint.
Q1. I am interested to know if we can connect a bot built using PVA to a Virtual Assistant ?
Clearly I would need two things I mentioned above.
I managed to build a bot using PVA and deployed that to Ms team channel. So in this process I was able to grab Bot ID.
Q2. Where can I find hosted messaged endpoint URL for this bot ?
Q3. Where are these bots hosted which are built using PVA ?
Hi @rohitjadhav123 ,
Thanks for posting this question. Unfortunately, currently PVA bot cannot be connected as a skill bot. It means you cannot use your master virtual agent to PVA bot via skill protocol.
You can still use the bot connector protocol to call our bot in your master virtual assistant. Here is some sample code you can take a look:
Thank you @4LB3r7
So what I get it we can still trigger PVA Bot from Bf VA, but this time it will use bot connector protocol and not regular skill protocol. Right ?
I am little confused due to https://github.com/microsoft/PowerVirtualAgentsSamples/tree/master/RelayBotSample
as it does say 'Sample of connecting Bot Framework v4 bot to a Power Virtual Agent bot.'
Hi @4LB3r7 ,
RelayBotSample, is mentioned on page 'Add Power Virtual Agent bot to Azure Bot Service channels' which is nothing but if we want to connect our bot to end users on Azure Bot Service channels. This means we have existing Azure bot service using V4 SDK and not to confused this with Microsoft Bot Framework Virtual Assistant. As both are different code stacks, meaning a v4 BF bot is little different that Bf virtual assistant.
So what is your recommendation? RelayBotSample, OR BotConnectorApp
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