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-{{description>​completetimeout VoiceXML property | The completetimeout property is not supported but can override incompletetimeout with a greater value.}} 
-=====completetimeout===== 
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-**Default Value:** 1 second 
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-The specification-optional completetimeout global property is not supported but a setting here will override the incompletetimeout value if it is of a greater value. 
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-====Example==== 
-<​code>​ 
-<?xml version="​1.0"?>​ 
-<vxml version="​2.0">​ 
-  <​form>​ 
-    <​property name="​completetimeout"​ value="​5s"/>​ 
-    <field name="​myfield">​ 
-      <grammar type="​application/​x-jsgf"​ mode="​voice">​ 
-        ( one | two )+ 
-      </​grammar>​ 
-      <prompt bargein="​false">​ 
-        Say any number of the digits one or two. 
-      </​prompt>​ 
-      <​filled>​ 
-        You said <value expr="​myfield"/>​. 
-      </​filled>​ 
-      <​nomatch>​ 
-        You did not say any ones or twos. 
-        <​reprompt/>​ 
-      </​nomatch>​ 
-      <​noinput>​ 
-        You did not say anything. 
-        <​reprompt/>​ 
-      </​noinput>​ 
-    </​field>​ 
-  </​form>​ 
-</​vxml>​ 
-</​code>​ 
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-====Explanation==== 
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-From this example, the user has 5 seconds to say either one or two. If the user does not say anything within these 5 seconds, then a completetimeout will occur and return a <​noinput>​ to the user. When a user begins to say either one or two, the application waits for 5 seconds due to completetimeout. Once 5 seconds has passed, the application returns a response to the user. 
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-====Notes==== 
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-None 
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