Alexa is forgetting the session values in the sample code. Any idea how I might address this issue? Question: Success [b]when is the next high tide at charleston south carolina[/b]: "Today in charleston, the first high tide will be around 1:53 in the afternoon, and will peak at about 7 feet, followed by a low tide at around 1:53 in the afternoon that will be about 0 and a half feet. The second high tide will be around 1:53 in the afternoon, and will peak at about 7 feet." Question: Fail [b]help[/b]: "I can lead you through providing a city and day of the week to get tide information, or you can simply open Tide Pooler and ask a question like, get tide information for Seattle on Saturday. For a list of supported cities, ask what cities are supported. Or you can say exit. Which city would you like tide information for? [b]charleston[/b]: "For which date would you like tide information for charleston?" [b]saturday[/b]: "For which city would you like tide information for Saturday October 3rd?" [b]charleston[/b]: "For which date would you like tide information for charleston?" ... Using the Java Skills Kit example tidepooler. Compiled with correct SupportedApplicationID then posted code to Lambda thus: - Handler: tidepooler.TidePoolerSpeechletRequestStreamHandler - Role: lambda_basic_execution - Memory: 512 - Timeout: 15 sec Event Source- Alexa Skills Kit Message was edited by: jonathan
Are you using the service simulator or an actual device? If you are using the simulator, it is a known issue that is being addressed. In the mean time you can add the session variables in the JSON for the simulator request.