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How Is the WALLET_TYPE Passed to the Control Plan When Defined as a PI CCS_BPL=EXE Command Parameter ? (Doc ID 1602964.1)

Last updated on MARCH 07, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 4.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document explains how the information contained in the WALLET_TYPE parameter of the Provisioning Interface (PI) command CCSBPL=EXE is passed to the Control Plan (CP) through the Advanced Calling Services (ACS) internal Initial Detection Point (IDP).

The CCSBPL=EXE command supports the WALLET_TYPE as optional parameter. Please refer to the following Product Documentation guide : CCS Provisioning Interface Commands, where the CCSBPL=EXE command is described as:

"Use the command CCSBPL and action EXE to execute a defined business process logic for a specified subscriber"

This command allows the system admin to use the PI to trigger a BPL. This basically allows a Control Plan to be triggered from the PI on the SMS to run a particular service scenario, according to the following communication path:

PI [SMS] ---PI command*---> smsTrigDaemon [SMS] ---XML---> xmlTcapInterface [SLC] ---IDP**---> slee_acs [SLC] ---IDP**---> Control Plan (CP) runs the service according to the parameters in the IDP.

The CCSBPL=EXE PI commands accepts the WALLET_TYPE as an (optional) parameter, the CCS Provisioning Interface Commands guide says :

WALLET_TYPE: The applicable wallet type.  Values are:

  • "Primary
  • "Secondary"

In other words, this document explains how the "Primary" or "Secondary" information recorded in the PI command* is translated into information in the IDP** generated by the xmlTcapInterface to trigger the CP. Or more simply said:

How is the WALLET_TYPE information passed from the PI command to the CP ?


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