Last updated on JANUARY 04, 2013
Applies to:Oracle Communications Billing and Revenue Management - Version 18.104.22.168.0 to 22.214.171.124.1 [Release 7.2.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
In a multi-db environment, when an IMSI 'A' attached to a subscriber is changed to another IMSI, say 'B', the effective_t value in uniqueness table for this of IMSI remains the same as that of IMSI A. The IMSI can be found in login field in uniqueness_t table. This might results in calls rated for this subscriber based on IMSI to be routed to a different MSISDN , which has re-used IMSI A.
The effective_t is being correctly updated in service_t , though.
OP_CUST_SET_LOGIN is being called with the following input flist to do this operation.
0 PIN_FLD_SERVICE_OBJ POID  0.0.0.2 /service/ip/gprs 40794333894 0
0 PIN_FLD_PROGRAM_NAME STR  "FM_MY_PROV_IMSI_CHANGE"
0 PIN_FLD_START_T TSTAMP  (1204206811) Thu Feb 28 13:53:31 2008
0 PIN_FLD_END_T TSTAMP  (1188970628) Wed Sep 5 06:37:08 2007
0 PIN_FLD_LOGINS ARRAY  allocated 20, used 1
1 PIN_FLD_ALIAS_LIST ARRAY  allocated 20, used 1
2 PIN_FLD_NAME STR  "123412341234"
A sample scenario is described below :
a) Create a subscriber account using OP_CUST_CREATE_CUSTOMER
b) Ensure that the environment is Multi DB.
c) Change the IMSI attached to the subscriber using OP_CUST_SET_LOGIN
d) Verify the effective_t of the new IMSI attached to the subscriber.
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