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The "SCENARIO_ID" Paramater in the PI Voucher Recharge Command (CCSCD3=RCH) is Ignored when "RECHARGE_TYPE=VoucherType" (Doc ID 1310244.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 27, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 3.1.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When using the PI (Provisioning Interface) to recharge an Account with the CCSCD3=RCH (voucher recharge command), where the RECHARGE_TYPE parameter is set to VoucherType along with the optional SCENARIO_ID parameter, then this scenario setting is ignored.

Example PI CCSCD3=RCH command below:

CCSCD3=RCH:MSISDN=<MSISDN>,RECHARGE_TYPE=VoucherType,REFERENCE=MyVoucher,SCENARIO_ID=1,SYNSTAMP=2010121413205694;
<CCSCD3=RCH:ACK,SYNSTAMP=2010121413205695;

Note: Even though the PI response is a successful ACK (Acknowledge) the scenario is ignored it's setting not used.

The SCENARIO_ID parameter is designed to be used in combination with the RECHARGE_TYPE=Voucher setting.

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Cause

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