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Regular Expression in Pipeline Does Not Work as per Specifications (Doc ID 1308838.1)

Last updated on MARCH 14, 2019

Applies to:

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


Regular expression in Pipeline does not work as per specification, i.e., as described in BRM docs at:

BRM Documentation -> Setting Up Pricing and Rating -> Pricing Center Help -> Pipeline rate plans -> Getting started with pipeline rate plans -> Using regular expressions

Here are identified issues with regular expression in Pipeline:

1) Not able to backslash metacharacters
    e.g.:  \. or \+.
    It does not even work with ASCII code either, e.g. \043

2) {m, n}  does not work at all if m equals to 0

    a) Input format "pattern", Pattern = "(GPRS|VOICE|CSD|SMS|SMSC);[0-9]{0, 40};[\-\+]?[0-9]{4};.*\n";

    b) iRule, Condition with =~ "[0-9]{0, 40}" or "[\-\+]?[0-9]{4}" or \043[0-9]{4} would not work.




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