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The Label of the ASAP Communication Parameter Gets Corrupted if the Label Size Is More Than 64 Characters (Doc ID 1902233.1)

Last updated on JULY 04, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications ASAP - Version 7.0.2 and later
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We have problems in recovering some communication parameters, even if the length of their name does not exceed 80 characters.

I'm using the self-generated method in the connection class:

  public String getParameter(String arg0) {

  return this.getCommParam(arg0);


What we see in the file JNEP diagnostic are "invalid" characters.

For example in tbl_comm_param I'm able to select the parameter by name NOTIFY_SERVED_USER_ON_OUTBOUND_CALL_ACTION_ADD_ADVANCED_STAR_PKG_INTL with length equal to 69

In JNEP diagnostic file I can see the following log:


The ASAP version is 7.0.2. The parameters are not printed by a custom implementation but by the superclass JProcessor, I believe with method dumpParms(). In the JNEP diag I can find the log "Communication Parameters:" and then the list of communication parameters and any with invalid characters.

As a result, I'm not able to get the parameter value if I use the param label stored in tbl_comm_param.

In the NEP diagnostic it is the same.

Adding Communication parameter NOTIFY_SERVED_USER_ON_OUTBOUND_CALL_ACTION_ADD_ADVANCED_STAR_PKG(ÑP with value activated and value hint N
Adding Communication parameter NOTIFY_SERVED_USER_ON_OUTBOUND_CALL_ACTION_ADD_ADVANCED_STAR_PKG(Ñx with value activated and value hint N




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