I want to ignore particular intent for slot filling in domain file. like if i give ignore_intent: some intent slot should have previous value only instead of value from ignore intent.
@SasikiranJ which rasa version are you using? can you explain of what and where you want to use?
@SasikiranJ or you can also write “not_intent” in your action file like i have gave example in below image.
@SasikiranJ in Rasa 2.0 you can use like below in domain file.
- type: from_text
- not_intent: stop
No not using forms. I have one intent with FAQ examples . some sentences have words which can be matched with other intent entities values. so i want to exclude entities in faq intent to be used for slot filling. I am in rasa 2.0 For suppose: slots: nameofentity: type: categorical values: **** Exclude_from_intent: faq
Share your code where you want to use this? @SasikiranJ
where are you located russia or usa?
I am located in russia
domain file: slots
- type: categorical
while using model it is extracting entity value from faq intent and storing it in location slot. I dont want entities of faq intent to be stored in slots. I only want slot to be filled with place intent
I dont want faq intent to be used for entity extraction . just intent classification only needed for faq intent. is there anyway to do that?
you can use entity ignore and use entity in you domain file intents. syntax as shown as image and write it in your domain file intent. @SasikiranJ
May be this will help you.
Hello @Yash_kals , I am trying to implement forms :
could you please explain the purpose of intent and not_intent section in forms. How can i use those?
@Anjalipatel Intent is used for when we need only this intent for slot filling and not_intent is used for when we sure we don’t need this intent or you’ve similar more than one intent and one of you want to use and another you don’t want to use then you can add this intent in not_intent section.
i hope you’ll be understood the use of intent and not_intent in forms. if you still need help you can reach me at email@example.com.
Thankyou so much @Yash_kals for the explanation. Now i am clear with it.