I faced an inexplicable situation while trying to mimic the rasa-demo’s TwoStageFallbackPolicy, which articulates around “action_default_fallback” and “action_default_ask_affirmation” classes as far as I understand:
Even after renaming both classes (with no other modification in the code), the chatbot called the “action_default_ask_affirmation” class at some point and dispatched a selection box in English (my chatbot is French), neither I, nor the rasa-demo itself referred to in the first place.
- Where is this call coming from?
- What about its content? Where is it stored?
- Is it related to the fact the “action_default_ask_affirmation” is part of the default actions stack?
- Could I access it?
Thank you for your help.
- Windows Subsystem for Linux Ubuntu 18.04
- rasa version = 1.3.7
- rasa-sdk version = 1.3.3
- rasa-x version = 0.21.1
- Installed in a conda env
- Direct install