Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2015
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 220.127.116.11.0 to 18.104.22.168.0 [Release 7.5.0]
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During regression testing of the solution for the patch 20699395, issue with date validation has been discovered.
Problem with validation date in format "DAYHH:MM" (e.g. FRI20:00) has been found.
It seems that in cases when CDR is created on the same weekday as is configured in IFW_USC_MAP valid_to column, iRule (IRL_UsageType_USC.irl) validation fails on condition isValidTimeStamp, which is defined in iScript ISC_USC_Map_functions.isc.
Value of variable week_time_to_str should be retrieved only from valid_to variable, but not from variable time_to.
edr_time_str = strSubstr(dateToStr(edrTimeStamp),8,6);
week_time_to_str = strSubstr(valid_to,3,2);
week_time_to_str = week_time_to_str + strSubstr(time_to,6,2);
week_time_to_str = week_time_to_str + "00";
if ((d == toDay) and (strToLong(edr_time_str) > strToLong(week_time_to_str)))
Following scenario fails, because week_time_to_str will be always lower than edr_time_str, since strSubstr(time_to,6,2) returns empty string which is after that appended with "00". Therefore "time_to" should be replaced with "valid_to".
ifw_usc_map valid_from = MON10:00
ifw_usc_map valid_to = FRI20:00
EDRs start_time = 20150109060000 ( FRIDAY 06:00 )
Based on above code snippet, strToLong(week_time_to_str) = 2000 and strToLong(edr_time_str)=60000.
Can the script be corrected for the same?
Therefore the condition is met, which means that false is returned and the EDR is not rated.
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