Integrating rasa with botfront

@nik202 My bot is ready and want to integrate it with botfront.

@Rishabhh17 Hello again! This solution is for rasa open source only not for rasa x.

I’d recommend that please first run the your project on local machine and then integrated your project using docker-compose or docker. Later try deploy on Azure or GCP. If you have your website then it will be great, do you have any website? like Wordpress, Wix, or Duda etc.

Please see this video and if you got any issue do let me know please.

@Rishabhh17 Deployment on website will also be easy, please do let me know what is your website platform.

I hope this will give you a live running chat widget and solve some of your queries. Do let me know how it’s going.

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@nik202 In this video he mentioned clearly that for Socket.io connection make sure that rasa is of version (2.1.2 or 2.2.2) otherwise not be able to connect with socket.io and mine version is

Rasa Version      :         2.8.3
Minimum Compatible Version: 2.8.0
Rasa SDK Version  :         2.8.1
Rasa X Version    :         None
Python Version    :         3.8.0
Operating System  :         Windows-10-10.0.19041-SP0
Python Path       :         D:\Anaconda3\envs\hrms\python.exe  **strong text**

Either i have to downgrade my rasa or any other idea ?

@Rishabhh17 no need to downgrade anything you can use it easily. You just need to update one thing that’s it

For less than 2.X

β€œhttps://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/rasa-webchat@1.0.0/lib/index.js”),

For Greater than 2.X or latest

β€œhttps://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/rasa-webchat@1.0.1/lib/index.js”),

Note:

@Rishabhh17 :warning: Version 1.0.1 of the rasa webchat is made to work with version 2.3.x and 2.4.x of rasa or latest and less then that Use 1.0.0 for other rasa versions.

Now, start working :wink:

Hope you answer my questions from above post too? Good Luck!

I hope it make sense now?

@nik202 Which version should i go for because my rasa version is (2.8.3) which is greater than 2.X which is (β€œhttps://cdn.jsdelivr.net/npm/rasa-webchat@1.0.1/lib/index.js”), but in Note (it is mentioned that this worked only for 2.3.x and 2.4.x .Use 1.0.0 for other rasa versions.)

@Rishabhh17 Use 1.0.1 for your rasa version 2.8.3, don’t go by words (PS: I have updated, but can’t ask the Botfront team :stuck_out_tongue: may be soon), some time you need to experiment also :slight_smile:

No @nik202 I am just asking m not catching your words, Sorry if you feel like m catching your words.I will try Video have the different script and the git have the different script which one should i go for.?

@Rishabhh17 Try what share in video or you can use the GitHub one also. You not answer some of my questions, please read above posts of my in detail please.

@nik202 Currently i don,t but in a week i have and then i will let you know.

@nik202 Thanks now my bot is responding on locally.Thank you so much for giving me ideas. Deploying on azure means docker installation and connect it with github?

@Rishabhh17 means you successfully implemented webchat locally? nice good. @Rishabhh17 Now, you can close this thread.

@nik202 Yeah sure but I didnt find any option to make this a solution.

@Rishabhh17 Ahh, just set the topic category to rasa open source only and remove feedback one, may be you will see then.

@Rishabhh17 Are you able to run the code in docker? or need any help on that Rishabh. If yes please create the new thread for your reference regarding docker. Good Luck!

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@nik202 Yes bot is running locally Now I want to deploy my bot on azure instance.