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Copying To Calling Logical Subscriber Causes Unterminated String From Normalisation (Doc ID 2290813.1)

Last updated on MARCH 19, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Convergent Charging Controller - Version 6.0.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On Oracle Communications Convergent Charging Controller(OC3C), 6.0.1 version, when using a Copy Feature Node to copy a value over the Calling Logical Number (for example a service handover or similar scenario), the copy succeeds, but a subsequent normalisation pass is triggered internally that removes the null termination from the string.

Consider an example, where the Copy node is configured as below. It copies Session Data / Outgoing Session Data / CC Pending Termination Number to Session Data / Incoming Session Data / CC Calling Logical Number.

Kindly note that here the copy succeeds, but as per the below debug, it is the post-copy normalisation that perturbs the string. Also this issue seems to occur with many of the Session CC fields, e.g. CC Calling Network Address etc.

Sample Debug Logs:

Here the de-normalisation is triggered internally, so it can not be avoided. This makes it impossible to copy to this field which is significantly impacting the ability to configure some services correctly.


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