"ORA-01722: invalid number" Error is Generated when Creating a New Calling Card Subscriber (Doc ID 1332440.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 16, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version: 2.2.0 and later   [Release: 2.2 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.



ccsAccountWithPrivacy.sh is the ccsAccount tool which have following functions:

- Set the initial wallet state to a configurable value, when creating new Calling Card subscribers. i.e. to something like "Frozen"
- Add a new command line option to allow specified serial number ranges, to have their state changed. i.e. to "Active" or "Pre-use"

Problem Description

When attempting to create new Calling Card Subscriber through usage of ccsAccountWithPrivacy.sh, the script fails to complete, with an oracle error output such as:

smf_oper@sms01:/IN/service_packages/CCS/bin> ./ccsAccountWithPrivacy.sh GPG-Key Test -s 207000000000 -e 207000020000 -c "Currency" -n 5000 -C 5 -t "CallingCard" -d -B 1 -u -w frozen

Jun 22 07:37:04.537309 ccsAccount(10772) NOTICE: Number of accounts pre-allocated at a time=100
Jun 22 07:37:05.761500 ccsAccount(10772) ERROR: An Oracle error ocurred that the program did not expect:
Jun 22 07:37:05.761774 ccsAccount(10772) ERROR: SQL error code -1722 at ccsAccountSQL.pcc:52
Jun 22 07:37:05.761920 ccsAccount(10772) ERROR: SQL error: ORA-01722: invalid number
Jun 22 07:37:05.762076 ccsAccount(10772) ERROR: SQL statement: select count(*) into :b0 from ccs_acct_reference where (to_number(account_number)>=to_number(:b1) and to_number(account_number)<to_number(:b2))
Jun 22 07:37:05.762224 ccsAccount(10772) ERROR: Aborting program

Complete descriptions about what is Calling Card and how to used ccsAccountWithPrivacy.sh are available in article Doc ID 1273689.1


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