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Require Timer Header Added To 200 OK Response (Doc ID 2889851.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 16, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle Communications Converged Application Server - Version 7.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When OCCAS receives an INVITE with a "Supported: timer", it appears to add a "Require: timer" header to the 200 OK response sent for that INVITE.

Our application receives an INVITE with a "Supported: timer" header. It later calls SipServletRequest createResponse to create a 200 OK response. The application logs the 200 OK response and no "Require: timer" is seen. However, when the 200 OK response is logged in the SIP message debug log it does have a "Require: timer".

As a result of the 200 OK response containing the "Require: timer", reINVITEs from the originating user agent will now include this header, and when received by the terminating user agent, result in a 420 Bad Extension error.

Is there a way to prevent the "Require: timer" header from being added to the 200 OK response?


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