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Expenditure Balance Inconsistent With Call Cost if DSR (Display to Spend Ratio) is Configured (Doc ID 1335328.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 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 a balance type with DSR (Display to Spend Ratio) parameter configured is contributing to expenditure, the amount credited to the expenditure balance type is not equal to the actual call cost. It equals to the call cost multiplied by DSR (cost * DSR).



For example, the call below costs 1575 and DSR = 2, while expenditure was credited by 3150 (1575*2).


Call EDR:
=========

BILLING_ENGINE_ID=1|SCP_ID=266047060|SEQUENCE_NUMBER=169037|CDR_TYPE=1|RECORD
_DATE=20110530083410|ACCT_ID=2293899|ACCT_REF_ID=2316646|CLI=<MSISDN>|ACS
_CUST_ID=11|BALANCE_TYPES=21|BALANCES=740817|COSTS=1575|ACCOUNT_TYPE=153|RATE
S=3000|LENGTHS=-1|DISCOUNTS=0|MAX_CHARGE=-1|CASCADE_ID=270|DURATION=62.70|TN=
123456789|TCS=20110530083308|TCE=20110530083410|CS=S|DISCOUNT_TYPE=R*
W|MFILE=20110530080232|WALLET_TYPE=21|FCA=89302971550010509|NET=HOME|CREFNUM=
1234567890|MSCADDR=<MSISDN>|BEARER=VOICE|IMEI=<IMEI>

Expenditure EDR:
===============

BILLING_ENGINE_ID=1|SCP_ID=266047060|SEQUENCE_NUMBER=169037|CDR_TYPE=1|RECORD
_DATE=20110530083411|ACCT_ID=2293899|ACCT_REF_ID=2316646|CLI=<MSISDN>|ACS
_CUST_ID=11|BALANCE_TYPES=575|BALANCES=36751|CASCADE_ID=351|COSTS=-3150|ACCOU
NT_TYPE=153|RATES=3000|LENGTHS=-1|DISCOUNTS=0|MAX_CHARGE=-1|DURATION=62.70|TN
=123456789|TCS=20110530083307|TCE=20110530083409|CS=S|DISCOUNT_TYPE=R
*W|MFILE=20110530080232|WALLET_TYPE=21|FCA=<MSISDN>|NET=HOME|CREFNUM
=<MSISDN>|MSCADDR=<MSISDN>|BEARER=VOICE|IMEI=<IMEI>

Changes

 

Cause

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