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Rerate Job And OOD Questions / Answers (Doc ID 1107485.1)

Last updated on JUNE 30, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Consider this OOD (out-of-order) scenario:

1. on 5/11/2010, create an account with Standard GSM plan, account POID = 3006852 and TEL # 0049100088.

2. move time a few days forward 5/15/2010.

3. send 3 CDRs in one edr file to ifwdir/data/in

Note that the STATUS get changed by each step; whereas, FLAGS never get updated. Some questions and answers discussed as below.

Questions and Answers

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Questions and Answers
 How and what to check in the cm.pinlog to verify the rerating is done?
Why PIN_FLD_REQUEST_INFO.PIN_FLD_FLAGS is not set by Created Time?
Why the rerate job is set to rerate the account?
If the OOD is detected on /service/voice, I would expect only /service/voice to be rerated. In the opcode PCM_OP_RERATE_INSERT_RERATE_REQUEST, which creates a request job, a filter by service can be specified according to the docs. It looks like there is no point for customization in there after OOB loader pin_load_rerate_jobs is run?
We can have more than one subscription on a single account, for example 2 subs and 2 voice services. If the ood is detected for one voice service, how do we avoid rerating the other voice service?
Notice service type is used in services array service_poid.
The general case from OOD is that the XML contains more than one account. The question is what if in the flist there is a correspondence between PIN_FLD_ACCOUNTS and PIN_FLD_SERVICES by position? For example, to rerate 2 accounts, the first account needs to rerate /service/ip but the second account needs to rerate /service/email. Also the start_t for rerating might be different.

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