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The slee_acs Process Reports a "Cannot accept events" Error Message when Using the SLPIT Test Tool to Generate a Mobile Originated Call (MOC) with Specialized Resource Function (SRF) Interaction (Doc ID 1433018.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.4.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

While using the SLPIT (Service Logic Program Instance Tester) tool to simulate a Mobile Originating Call (MOC) with an initial Specialized Resource Function (SRF) interaction, the slee_acs process reports a SLEE (Service Logic Execution Environment) exception error, resulting in test call failure.  The slee_acs exception message contains the following text:

... SleeException: Cannot accept events (6003) ...


In this case the term of MOC means a basic call connect between A-leg to the B-leg that contains CAMEL ApplyCharging, RequestReportBCSMRequestReportBCSM and Connect messages.



SLPIT
SLPIT, or slpit (generally pronounced "slip-it"), is a test tool binary that is capable of Sending and Receiving G8-INAP messages across the SLEE for an interfaced or application under test.  Please refer to the following documentation for further reading and background on the slpit test tool (search documents for slpit).

For the latest documentation please refer to <note 1341844.1> - How to Download Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control (OCNCC/NCC) Documentation.

Audience
The following article expects some understanding of SS7 (Signaling System No. 7) protocols and NCC solutions and services.

Cause

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