ASR EVC Error on Entering 40.0M For Bandwidth (BDW) "Valid values are only numeric values or UNI" (Doc ID 1436843.1)

Last updated on MARCH 27, 2012

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution Module - ASR - Version: 43.0.0 and later   [Release: 43.0 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

When trying to create an order through the API or the GUI with EVC BDW as 40.0M or 1.08G receive the following error:

| Form: EVC | BDW: 30.0 | :: Valid values are only numeric values or UNI.


ASR 43 EVC BDW field is not accepting numeric values with a decimal entered via the GUI and/or the API and according to ASOG 43, 1.08 or 1.808 should be an acceptable value:

ASOG 43 Guidelines:

27. BDW - Bandwidth
Identifies the average rate in bits per second of ingress service frames up to which the network delivers service frames and meets the performance objectives defined by the LOS service attribute.

VALID ENTRIES:
Bandwidth specified at the EVC or LOS levels = numeric value followed by kilobits (K), megabits (M) or gigabits (G). Bandwidth specified at the UNI level = “UNI”.

NOTE 1: Use of “UNI” in this field is contingent upon customer/provider negotiations.

USAGE: This field is conditional.

NOTE 1: Required when the associated LOSACT field is “C” or “N”, otherwise optional.

DATA CHARACTERISTICS: 7 alpha/numeric characters

NOTE 1: When the bandwidth specification is not “UNI”, the last character of this entry is always expressed in kilobits (K), megabits (M) or gigabits (G).

EXAMPLES: 1 6 K
1 . 0 8 G
1 0 . 8 0 8 M
U N I


Cause

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