Call Assembling - Partial CDRs Getting Assembled Based On The Last Partial Segment.
(Doc ID 1589623.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 184.108.40.206.0 and later
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In batch rating, partial CDRs relating to different call event types (like domestic call event, international call event etc) get assembled considering the L segment only. The F and I segments are least considered for the assembling logic.
Following are the steps to replicate the scenario.
1) Consider a long duration call of 7250 seconds (F = 3600 sec, I = 3600 sec, L = 50 sec)
2) Rate the F partial segment as domestic call (Impact category say, DOMESTIC). No 'out file' is generated
3) Rate the I partial segment as domestic call (Impact category say, DOMESTIC). No 'out file' is generated
4) Rate the L partial segment as International call (Impact category, INTL). 'Out file' is generated.
5) The complete 7250 sec get assembled and rated as International call.
Please note that the F, I and L segments belongs to same service_alias (MSISDN) having the same CHAIN_REFERENCE and the time stamp is continuous (i.e, end timestamp of F segment equals the start time stamp of I segment and so on)
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