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Charging-Rule-Base-Name
gateway    
configuration example
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charging rule    
installation example
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service activation
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charging rule report
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directory-connection    
configuring
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configuring
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configuring
grouped configurations    
configuring
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configuring
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configuring
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local properties    
configuring
managing
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non-parameterized charging rule
object adapter Internet address    
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A

Application Services Gateway.     See Web Services Gateway    
arguments for scripts and methods
ASG (Application Services Gateway).     See Web Services Gateway    
 

B

B2B environments
business partner responsibilities    
Dynamic Service Activator
business partners
business-to-business environments
 

C

classify-traffic condition    
expanded classifiers    
configuring
clients    
gateway    
testing
Web Services Gateway
Web Services Gateway
configuration namespace
conventions    
notice icons
text
customer support    1
contacting JTAC
 

D

Diameter    
peers    
configuring    12
documentation    
comments on
dynamic properties
Dynamic Service Activator    
access constraints    
defining    12
access to attributes    
configuring, SRC CLI
access to methods    
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configuring, SRC CLI
access to methods and scripts    
configuring, C-Web interface    12
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configuring, SRC CLI
access to service sessions    
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configuring, SRC CLI
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sample data
logging properties    
configuring, C-Web interface    12
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access to    1234
monitoring with SRC CLI
NIC proxies, monitoring    
SRC CLI
NIC proxies, viewing    
C-Web interface
SRC CLI
overview
properties for clients and scripts    
configuring, C-Web interface    12
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scripts    
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events, publishing    123
expanded classifiers    
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gateway    
SRC    12
gateway extension
 

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IMS service sessions    
configuring
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L

local properties    
configuration    
SRC CLI    12
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logging properties    
Dynamic Service Activator    1
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M

managing    
SAE via external applications    12
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Dynamic Service Activator
 

N

namespace, configuration
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Dynamic Service Activator and
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test data, 3GPP Gy
NIC proxies    
cache, configuring    
SRC CLI    12
configuration prerequisites
Dynamic Service Activator    12
NIC replication, configuring    
SRC CLI    123
replication, configuring    
SRC CLI
resolution information, configuring    
SRC CLI    12
notice icons
 

O

operation    
Dynamic Service Activator
 

P

priorityList    123
publishing events    123
 

R

randomPick    123
redundancy    
Dynamic Service Activator
roundRobin    123
 

S

SAE (service activation engine)    
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configuring 3GPP Gy as external plug-in
configuring IMS as external plug-in
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services    
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sessions    
service    
testing
SOAP    
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requests
SRC owners    1
Dynamic Service Activator
SRC SOAP Gateway.     See Web Services Gateway    
static properties
support, technical     See technical support    
 

T

technical support    
contacting JTAC
text conventions defined
 

W

Web application gateway client    
configuring, SRC CLI    12
Web application server    1
interacting with Dynamic Service Activator    12
Web applications    
Web Services Gateway
Web Services Description Language.     See WSDL    
Web Services Gateway    1
clients    1
managing
testing
Web application
wholesaler-retailer environments
WSDL files

SOAP Fault Codes for Dynamic Service Activator

When Dynamic Service Activator receives a SOAP request that it cannot handle, it returns a SOAP fault message to the gateway client. This message contains a text string that specifies a SOAP fault code and a text string that provides additional information about the fault.

Dynamic Service Activator returns the following SOAP fault codes. If the SOAP fault code has the format client.<variables>, you must correct the gateway client. However, if the SOAP fault code has the format server.<variables>, record the error code and notify the gateway administrator.

Client.InvalidArguments

  • Specifies that one or more of the arguments for the script or method is an empty string or has a null value.
  • Classification of call—Denied
  • Action—Check that all arguments are correct.

Client.InvalidSubscriberFormat

  • Specifies that the subURI argument, which the client passes to all methods except invokeScript, is invalid.
  • Classification of call—Denied
  • Action—Check that subURI arguments are correct.

Server.AccessDenied

  • Specifies that the client does not have permission to make the request because of one or more of the following errors:
    • Web Services Gateway does not recognize the client.
    • Supplied name of the method or script is incorrect.
    • Number or value of the arguments supplied for the script or method is incorrect.
  • Classification of call—Denied
  • Action—Check that the values are correct. If they are, contact the gateway administrator.

Server.AccessControlMisconfiguration

  • Specifies that the gateway administrator did not configure Dynamic Service Activator correctly, in one of the following ways:
    • The saeLocatorArg is not an integer.
    • The number of arguments is less than the value of the saeLocatorArg parameter.
    • The regular expressions are not correctly defined.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Contact the gateway administrator.

Server.Misconfiguration

  • Specifies that the gateway administrator did not configure the Web application to authenticate SOAP clients, and an unauthenticated client has passed a request to Dynamic Service Activator, which refuses unauthenticated requests.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAEUnreachable

  • Specifies that the gateway client either cannot identify the SAE server or cannot reach it through CORBA. This SAE can be one on which the subscriber has logged in or one on which the client wants to invoke a script.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAE.UnknownSAEUser

  • Specifies that the SAE on which Dynamic Service Activator tried to run a method or script cannot identify the subscriber. Dynamic Service Activator may have retained in its cache an SAE that is no longer current for the subscriber.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Try this operation again. If it fails again, contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAE.UserNotUniqueToSAE

  • Specifies that the subscriber is already active on the SAE on which Dynamic Service Activator tried to run a method or script. Dynamic Service Activator may have retained in its cache an SAE that is no longer current.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Try this operation again. If it fails again, contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAE.UnknownService

  • Specifies that the SAE cannot identify the service that a subscription specifies.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Check the service parameter for the following methods:
    • Subscriber_activateService
    • Subscriber_deactivateService
    • Subscriber_modifyService

Server.SAE.UnknownSubscription

  • Specifies that the SAE cannot identify the subscription that the subscriber wants to activate.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Check the service parameter for the following methods:
    • Subscriber_activateService
    • Subscriber_deactivateService
    • Subscriber_modifyService

Server.SAE.ServiceAuthenticationError

  • Specifies that the service the subscriber wants to activate requires authentication.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Check the activation attributes. If they are correct, contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAE.UnknownServiceSession

  • Specifies that the SAE cannot identify the service session that the subscriber wants to modify.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Check the serviceId and sessionName parameters.

Server.SAE.LoginError

  • Specifies that the subscriber could not log in successfully.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Check the subURI, username, and userPassword arguments.

Server.SAE.Exception

  • Specifies that the SAE raised an exception after Dynamic Service Activator tried to run a method or script on the SAE.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAE.Overload

  • Specifies that the SAE raised an overload exception after Dynamic Service Activator tried to run a method or script on the SAE.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAE.ScriptProcessorError

  • Specifies that the SAE’s script processor failed to invoke the script. This error could occur for many reasons, such as:
    • Gateway administrator did not deploy the script on the SAE host.
    • Gateway administrator did not configure the script processor correctly.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Contact the gateway administrator.

Server.SAE.ScriptExecutionError

  • Specifies that the script processor invoked the script, but the script was not completed successfully.
  • Classification of call—Failed
  • Action—Contact the gateway administrator.

Modified: 2015-06-19