What is the Difference Between Exit Branches in the UATB Node that have Released or Disconnected Causes
Last updated on OCTOBER 18, 2016
Applies to:Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
The Universal Attempt Termination with Billing (UATB) node is used to bill subscribers for calls, or sessions, that they make or receive. When billing ends, the UATB node takes different exit branches due to the reason, or cause, for the billing session ending. There are many different ways a billing session, or call, may end and therefore the UATB node has multiple exit branches. Of note is BFT (Billing Failure Treatment) and NSF (Not Sufficient Funds) exits, as these causes have extra branches:
- BFT (Released)
- BFT (Disconnected)
- NSF (Released)
- NSF (Disconnected)
What is the difference between the UATB node exit branches the have a cause of Released, or Disconnected?
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