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Cannot Save a New CLI-DN Tariff Without Specifying a "Low Credit Notification Config" After NCC Upgrade (Doc ID 1458322.1)

Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2016

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.4.1 to 4.4.1 [Release 4.4]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When attempting to create a CLI-DN tariff mapping in the Charging Control Services (CCS) Rating Management screen's you must specify a "Low Credit Notification Config" before the [Save] button is enabled. Previously there was a default "-- No Notifications --" option in the drop down menu but this now either shows; the first configured "Low Credit Notification Config" as the default choice, or will appear blank if none are configured in the "Low Credit Notification Config" tab. A "Low Credit Notification Config" must be specified to enable the [Save] button.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Create a new test ACS customer along with any necessary configuration to create a >Basic Tariff Plan so new CLI-DN tariff can be configured.
    Refer to <note 1256024.1> - How to Create a Basic Tariff Plan on the OCNCC Platform
  2. Using the new test customer try and create new CLI-DN tariff in the SMS Screens -> Services -> Prepaid Charging -> Rating Management -> CLI-DN tab.
    The [Save] button will be greyed out and the Low Credit Notification Config drop down menu appears blank.
  3. Create a new test entry in the Low Credit Notification Config screen (Rating Management -> Low Credit Notification Config tab).
  4. Repeat step 2 using the defaulted "Low Credit Notification Config" entry and the [Save] button is enabled and a new CLI-DN tarif can be saved.


Installing, or upgrading to, Network Charging and Control (NCC) version (Galaxy release) and/or (Galaxy Patch-set 1 release).


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