What is this?¶
Generators use Google's latest generative large language models (LLMs), and prompts that you provide, to generate agent behavior and responses at runtime. The available models are provided by Vertex AI.
You can pass parameters to the generators using placeholders in the prompts. The parameters can be extracted from the user's input, or from the agent's session parameters.
This is an example of a generator prompt:
And this is an example of a generator prompt with a placeholder:
cxcli, you can easily interact with the generators of your Dialogflow CX agents.
All of the commands that you have available in
cxcli to interact with your generators are located within the
cxcli generator subcommand.
cxcli has a command that allows you to create a generator. You can find a more detailed information here.
cxcli has a command that allows you to update a generator. You can find a more detailed information here.
cxcli has a command that allows you to delete a generator. You can find a more detailed explanation here.
If you want to see the full usage of the
cxcli generator command, please refer to this page.
If you want to learn more about Dialogflow CX generators, refer to the official documentation.