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Balance Goes Negative with CCSSC1=ADD Command (Doc ID 1308880.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.2.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Subscribers obtain a negative amount in a bucket in the general cash balance after deduction through PI (Provisioning Interface).
Besides this the negative buckets get an expiry date the same as the last bucket created ( the one with largest expiry time) .

When there is more than 1 bucket within a Balance Type
1. CCSSC1 PI Command allows the General Cash balance to go -ve.
2. The expiry date of the first expiring bucket is modified.
3. Subsequent charge should not be allowed once the balance of a Balance Type is -ve

Example 1.1:

General Cash:
Bucket #1: 8  Euro (exp 30/08)
Bucket #2: 10 Euro (exp 30/09)



None - This is a known behavior with the software.


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