The Optional NEW_BUCKET Parameter for the PI 'CCSCD3=RCH' Command Causes a "NACK,80-UNKNOWN PARAMETER FOR COMMAND" Error Message (Doc ID 1269004.1)

Last updated on MARCH 29, 2012

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version: 4.3.0 and later   [Release: 4.3 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Following PI related patches are installed:

P35956SMS Patch 35956 (1.2) for PI (v3.0.1.2) on SMS
P45905SMS Patch 45905 (1.1) for PI (v3.0.1.4) on SMS
P47173SMS Patch 47173 (1.0) for PI (v3.0.1.5) on SMS
P102601SMS Patch 102601 (1.2) for PI (v3.0.1.6) on SMS

Symptoms

The CCS Provisioning Interface (PI) Commands Operations Guide describes NEW_BUCKET as an optional parameter supported by the CCSCD3=RCH command. However when the NEW_BUCKET parameter is used a NACK,80-UNKNOWN PARAMETER FOR COMMAND error message is returned.

The example below shows what happens when NEW_BUCKET=Y is used or not:

->CCSCD3=RCH:MSISDN=64123456789,RECHARGE_TYPE=Custom,AMOUNT=1000,REFERENCE=Transfer,
NEW_BUCKET=Y,BALANCE_TYPE=General Cash,BALANCE_EXPIRY=30;
<-NACK,80-UNKNOWN PARAMETER FOR COMMAND;

->CCSCD3=RCH:MSISDN=64123456789,RECHARGE_TYPE=Custom,AMOUNT=1000,REFERENCE=Transfer,
BALANCE_TYPE=General Cash,BALANCE_EXPIRY=30;
<-CCSCD3=RCH:ACK;

Changes

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Cause

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