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Quota-Holding-Time (QHT) Should Not Be Reported When Granted-Service-Unit (GSU) Is Not Set (Doc ID 2796338.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 28, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Communications BRM - Elastic Charging Engine - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


On performing an online usage update request, when the data bucket is completely consumed QHT is getting reported when GSU is not set.

Actual result:
During data breach, one can see that GSU is not set but QHT is getting reported in Credit Control Request (CCR).

Expected result:
QHT should not be reported when GSU is not set.

Reproduction steps:
1. Place a mobile order for suppose 6GB promotion.
2. Consume data till 200MB is left.
3. Initiate a session and pass 181 MB. (GSU-19MB)
4. Pass 10MB as next update in the same session. (GSU - 9MB)
5. Pass 9MB as final update in the same session. (No GSU reported but could see QHT)
6. Terminated the session.


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