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PI Batch CCSCD9=QRY Command Fails On Special Characters (Doc ID 1586331.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 5.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

The CCSCD9=QRY PI Batch command fails when an acsProfile tag contains special characters.

PI Batch Sample and Result:

<USER>@<HOSTNAME>:/<DIR>$ cat test.batch
!c 2999 <LOGIN> <PASSWORD>
CCSCD9=QRY:MSISDN=<MSISDN>,TAG=Name
CCSCD9=QRY:MSISDN=<MSISDN>,TAG=Name
!d

<USER>@<HOSTNAME>:/IN/service_packages/PI/SCRIPTS$ cat test.batch.result
-><LOGIN>,<PASSWORD>;
<-ACK,SYNSTAMP=2013090606380652;
->CCSCD9=QRY:MSISDN=<MSISDN>,TAG=Name,SYNSTAMP=2013090606380653;
<-CCSCD9=QRY:ACK:Name=&EGRAVE;EX
->CCSCD9=QRY:MSISDN=<MSISDN>,TAG=Name,SYNSTAMP=2013090606380654;
<-NY,SYNSTAMP=2013090606380653;
Disconnected

 

In this example, the tag "Name" contains the &Egrave; html character (capital e, grave accent).

Cause

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