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How to Map Event-Timestamp AVP in CCR-I Message to start_t Field of EventSessionTelcoGsm Event (Doc ID 2857576.1)

Last updated on MARCH 29, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications BRM - Elastic Charging Engine - Version 12.0.0.5.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

On Oracle Communications Elastic Charging Engine (ECE) 12.0.0.5.0 version, one is trying to map values of network attributes to attributes of EventSessionTelcoGsm event by following instructions from here: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E97173_01/doc.112/e97177/usr_enrich_events.htm#PDCUG396

Following steps were executed:

## 1. cd /scratch/ri-user-1/opt/PDC/PDC/apps/bin

## 2. ./ImportExportPricing -export eventGsmv1 -metadata -n "EventSessionTelcoGsm"
  eventGsmv1_metadata.xml file has been created

## 3. cp eventGsmv1_metadata.xml new_eventGsmv1_metadata.xml

## 4. edit new_eventGsmv1_metadata.xml and add TELCO_INFO complex attribute by copying the same from "parent" event EventSessionTelco and adding networkAttributeItem line as below ; also added <opVersion> section

How to configure so value of Event-Timestamp AVP(Attribute-Value Pair) in CCR-I(Credit Control Request - INITIAL) message will be mapped to START_T field?

Solution

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