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The Way GPG and GPG_HOME Variables Are Set Within Shell Scripts Is Not Consistent (Doc ID 2645682.1)

Last updated on MARCH 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control - Version 12.0.3.0.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Within Oracle Communications Network Charging and Control (NCC/OC-NCC) product, Charging Control Services (CCS) uses GnuPG to produce encrypted voucher and account batch files for printing. The encryption is used to provide security for the vouchers or subscriber accounts the files hold.

In this context, the following scripts from Service Management System (SMS) node (/IN/service_packages/CCS/bin) have to be changed after installation on NCC software in order to set GPG and GPG_HOME environment variables:

ccsAccountWithPrivacy.sh

ccsVoucherStartup.sh

ccsGPGDeletion.sh

ccsGPGImportation.sh

ccsGPGValidation.sh

The problem is that the way GPG and GPG_HOME variables are set within these shell scripts is not consistent - some of them are setting the value for both (ccsGPG*sh scripts), but other are setting only value of GPG (ccsAccountWithPrivacy.sh, ccsVoucherStartup.sh) - see below:

Also, there is no mention in NCC Installation Guide that above mentioned scripts have to be changed in order to set these variables.

Solution

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