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Configure Open Service Development (OSD) for Any Time Interrogation (ATI) Service (Doc ID 1296638.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.3.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

The aim of this article is to describe the necessary steps to configure the Network Charging and Control's (NCC) to use it's Network and Messaging Service (NMS) and Open Service Development (OSD) interfaces to provide a third party service provider with an Any Time Interrogation (ATI) service using SOAP (originally defined as Simple Object Access Protocol)messaging.

An Any Time Interrogation service uses the HLR (Home Location Register) to provide Subscriber status and/or location information at any time, as defined by GSM - CAMEL phase 2+ standard.

Scope

The article covers providing a network-based mobile location positioning service using the Cell ID of the radio tower that the Subscriber is connected to for location based service (LBS) applications or services.

The following NCC products are necessary to provide this service:

The reader is expected to have a fair level of expertise in these products.

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In this Document
Purpose
Scope
Details
 1. OSD Screens Configuration
 1.1 Service Provider
 1.2 Operation Set
 1.3 Operation
 1.4 Client ASP
 2. Messaging Manager Configuration
 2.1 eserv.config Configuration
 2.2 ACS Configuration
 2.3 SLEE.config Configuration
 3. ATI Configuration
 3.1 Control Plan
 3.2 Capability
 3.3 Product Type Control Plan Mapping
 3.4 Enable OSD Operation
 4. SOAP Request and Response Sample
 4.1 SOAP Request
 4.2 SOAP Success Response

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