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Release Of Oracle Communications BRM Elastic Charging Engine (ECE) Version 11.2 Patch Set 5 (Doc ID 1956682.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 05, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications BRM - Elastic Charging Engine - Version to [Release 11.2.0]
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (64-bit)
Linux x86-64



Oracle Communications Elastic Charging Engine 11.2 Patch Set 5 ( is released on 31 December 2014.

This announcement lists the fixes and enhancements done in Elastic Charging Engine Patch Set 5.

Patch ID: <Patch 20242929>

Summary of fixes to customer-reported tickets delivered in this patchset: 

SR Number

Bug Number

Issues Fixed



The resource validity of a charge offer was not being updated in ECE when a granted resource validity was modified in BRM, and the update was sent to ECE using the ModifySubBalValidity event.
This has been fixed.



Customer Updater failed with an error when the data size was more than 4000 bytes.
This has been fixed.



When a service login (public user identity such as a number for a telephony service) was changed in BRM, and an update request was sent to ECE, the ECE identity cache was not being populated with the updated service login if the login had an array element.
This has been fixed.



For ECE rated events, the impact type for charge and discount was not updated correctly.
This has been fixed.

 N/A 20059404

Validity timeout was not working properly for volume-based requests when both volume and duration were configured.

This has been fixed.

 N/A 20101961

The net quantity in the rated call detail records was being populated with an incorrect value.
This has been fixed.

N/A 20101961

When an advice of charge event was generated, the null pointer exception was displayed if the remaining balance was null.
This has been fixed.


Key Enhancements in ECE 11.2 Patch Set 5:

For more details about these changes and enhancements, please refer to ECE release notes.


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