I tried to migrate my bot to Azure Bot Service, but I got an error.

If you encounter an error while migrating your bot, the Bot Service team can help. Submit an issue on GitHub or contact Azure support via the Azure portal.

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Related questions and answers

  • Azure services are pay-as-you-go: for example, per hour of compute or per a message sent. This way, you only pay for the resources you use and can cancel anytime.

  • Yes, bots support speech through a Direct Line Speech channel.

  • For new conversational experiences, use Bot Framework SDK V4. Whereas customers found the dialog models in Bot Framework SDK V3 to be too rigid and constraining, Bot Framework SDK V4 is modular and extensible. It provides the foundation for bot templates and solution accelerators. If you already have Bot Framework SDK V3 bots in production, they’ll continue to work as-is for the foreseeable future. Learn more on the Bot Framework FAQ page

  • With Microsoft, you get powerful conversational AI and natural language understanding, open-source Bot Framework, enterprise-grade support, and complete ownership and control of your data.

  • The Bot Service team is always evaluating new channels and usage telemetry. You can provide suggestions for new Bot Service channels here and within GitHub repositories.