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CORBA API Validation Error On ASR For SALI Form (Doc ID 804453.1)

Last updated on JULY 14, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Communications MetaSolv Solution Module - ASR - Version 31.0.0 to 44.0.0 [Release 31.0 to 44.0]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Corba API is throwing a validation error on ASRs when the SALI form is not all filled out. Per
the notes below - the fields in question are explained and noted as to why they should be allowed
to be blank.

EUNAME in SALI forms is not always required ("note"1-4 in ASOG indicate when it is required, which
normally includes items such as priloc or secloc set to E. This order has them set to C). The
order we submitted met the following rule, which meant prohibited: "NOTE": 5: Otherwise prohibited.
CITY in Sali forms is not always required. It required when SASN is populated, in this case it
is not. "NOTE" 1: Required when the SASN field is populated,
otherwise prohibited.
STATE in Sali forms is not always required. It required when SASN is populated, in this case it
is not. "NOTE" 1: Required when the SASN field is populated,
otherwise prohibited.
ZIP in Sali forms is not always required. It required when SASN is populated, in this case it
is not. "NOTE" 1: Required when the SASN field is populated,
otherwise prohibited.
SASN in Sali forms is not always required. The required rules indicate that it is required when
EUNAME and other fields are populated. EUNAME is blank in this case. "NOTE" 6: Otherwise optional.

Please note one other API validation that we missed on the original reported issue is the
following message: TRANSPORT: SALI is Prohibited for SECLOC valid entry C.
This is not entirely ASOG complaint. QSA is optional (which means SALI is optional) when SECLOC on
Transport form is C.

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