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Oracle Communications ASAP™ Cartridge 1.0.

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GA Release for Ericsson AUC R12.0

Ericsson AUC
(Authentication Center)
R12.0 Cartridge Guide
Second Edition
August 2008
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Contents
1. Cartridge Overview ...................................................................................... 1
Cartridge content ................................................................................................................... 1
Prerequisites ......................................................................................................................... 2
About this guide .................................................................................................................... 2
Services, features, and options ............................................................................................. 3
Hardware and software requirements ................................................................................... 3
Network element (NE) interface ............................................................................................ 3
ASAP version ........................................................................................................................ 4
Connecting to the NE ............................................................................................................ 4
Related documentations ....................................................................................................... 4
2. Installing and Testing the Cartridge ........................................................... 5
Downloading the cartridge .................................................................................................... 5
Starting ASAP ....................................................................................................................... 6
Installing the cartridge using scripts ...................................................................................... 7
Uninstalling the cartridge using scripts .................................................................................. 7
Testing the cartridge installation ........................................................................................... 8
Configuring loopback and live mode parameters ........................................................... 8
Modifying T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST.xml ................................................................... 9
Testing the installation .................................................................................................. 10
Deployment of the cartridge using Studio ........................................................................... 11
Uninstallation and Undeployment of the cartridge using Studio .......................................... 12
3. Atomic Service Description Layer (ASDL) Commands .......................... 13
ASDL commands ................................................................................................................ 14
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA ................................................................ 15
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA-RB ......................................................... 16
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER .......................................................... 17
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER-RB .................................................... 18
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA ................................................................ 20
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER ........................................................... 21
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA ....................................................................... 21
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB ................................................................. 23
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER ................................................................. 24
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB ........................................................... 25
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA ................................................................ 26
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA-RB .......................................................... 27
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER ........................................................... 28
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER-RB ..................................................... 29
User exit types .................................................................................................................... 30
Understanding user exit type XML files ........................................................................ 31
User defined ASDL exit types ............................................................................................. 32
UserExitType.xml ................................................................................................................ 36

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4. Service Definition ....................................................................................... 53
CSDL commands ................................................................................................................ 54
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA ............................................................... 55
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER .......................................................... 56
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA ................................................................ 57
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER ........................................................... 58
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA ....................................................................... 58
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER ................................................................. 59
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA ................................................................ 60
C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER ........................................................... 61
5. Configuring ASAP to Support Additional NE Instances ........................ 63
Extracting source files ......................................................................................................... 66
Loading a new XML file ................................................................................................ 67

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Cartridge Overview
ASAP cartridges are discrete software components that are developed for the ASAP product.
An ASAP cartridge offers specific domain behavior on top of the core ASAP software, and
provides the configuration that supports a set of services on a network element (NE).
An ASAP cartridge is not a stand-alone component, but operates in conjunction with the
ASAP core product. ASAP cartridges offer the following benefits:
‹ Reduced Time to Market - time to market of new services is reduced through simplified
development, implementation, and extension of cartridges on customer sites.
‹ Extendable - cartridges can be extended to include additional services and components
that deliver business value, without requiring changes to the original cartridge.
‹ Simplified Effort - the effort and technical knowledge that is required to perform
customizations is reduced.
‹ Ease of Installation - cartridges can be installed into an ASAP environment without
interfering with the existing install base.
An ASAP cartridge can be used to configure ASAP to provision the following:
‹ NEs from a specific vendor, such as Nortel or Lucent.
‹ Technologies, such as Asynchronous Transfer Mode (ATM) and Frame Relay switches, or
Internet Protocol (IP) routers.
‹ Services that are supported on the NE, such as ATM, IP Virtual Private Networks (VPN),
Wireless, or Optical.
Cartridges are designed for a specific technology, software load, and service.

An ASAP cartridge supports a particular set of services on an NE. These services are
independent of customer-specific service definitions. Professional Services or systems
integrators can perform extensions to the cartridge to support customer-specific requirements.

Cartridge content
An ASAP cartridge contains the following:
‹ Sample NE configuration
‹ A set of scripts, such as State Tables or Java methods

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‹ A set of atomic actions in the form of Atomic Service Description Layer (ASDL)
commands
‹ A set of Common Service Description Layer (CSDL) commands that form meaningful
services
‹ Sample work orders
‹ Installation scripts

Prerequisites
System integrators such as managers, designers, programmers, and testers who are responsible
for the adaptation and integration of ASAP-based solutions should use this manual as a
reference. It assumes that readers possess the following skills:
‹ A knowledge of ASAP programming concepts
‹ A good working knowledge of the UNIX operating system
‹ A thorough understanding of service and network provisioning
‹ Familiarity with telecommunications

About this guide


This guide provides a detailed description of the Ericsson AUC cartridge. It contains overview
and technical information to assist with extending and integrating the cartridge into a customer
environment.
The scope of this guide includes ASAP as it pertains to the use of this cartridge. It is not
intended to be a complete ASAP reference guide.
For additional information when using this cartridge, refer to the following supporting
documentation:
‹ Activation documentation set—for detailed information on the ASAP component.
The Ericsson AUC cartridge provides the ASAP service configuration and network element
(NE) interface to support provisioning of the AUC Subscriptions on NE_ERIC-AUC_R12-0-
HOST NEs.

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Services, features, and options

Services, features, and options


This cartridge supports the following services:

Table 1: Supported services

Service Description

Create AUC Subscriber This service creates a subscriber in the authentication


center.

Delete AUC Subscriber This service deletes a subscriber in the authentication


center.

Get AUC Subscriber This service queries for a subscriber in the


authentication center.

Modify AUC Subscriber This service modifies a subscriber in the authentication


center.

Create AUC Key Data This service creates the key data in the authentication
center.

Delete AUC Key Data This service deletes the key data in the authentication
center.

Get AUC Key Data This service queries the key data in the authentication
center.

Modify AUC Key Data This service modifies the key data in the authentication
center.

Hardware and software requirements


The following sections contain the high-level software and hardware environment
requirements for provisioning AUC Subscriptions product on authentication center including:
‹ Network element (NE) interface
‹ ASAP version

Network element (NE) interface


The following database tables in SARM are configured to support the NE configuration:
‹ tbl_host_clli
‹ tbl_clli_route
‹ tbl_comm_param

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‹ tbl_resource_pool
‹ tbl_ne_config

ASAP version
This cartridge was developed and tested using ASAP 5.
For more information on the operating environment of this ASAP version, refer to the ASAP 5
Release Record.

Connecting to the NE
The cartridge uses the Telnet over TCP/IP protocol.

Related documentations
This cartridge was developed according to the following Network Element Provisioning
Specifications:
‹ None

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Installing and Testing the Cartridge


This chapter describes the following procedures related to installing and testing the cartridge:
‹ Downloading the cartridge
‹ Installing the cartridge using scripts
‹ Uninstalling the cartridge using scripts
‹ Testing the cartridge installation
‹ Deployment of the cartridge using Studio
‹ Uninstallation and Undeployment of the cartridge using Studio

Downloading the cartridge


Before you can install the cartridge, you must use the internet to download the cartridge’s
TAR file from Oracle’s Customer Portal.
Use the following instructions to download, then unTAR the TAR file.
To download the TAR file
1. Login to Oracle MetaLink internet home page (http://www.metalink.oracle.com).
2. Download the cartridge patch to your workstation.
To unTAR the TAR file
1. On your workstation, create a repository directory—the naming of which is your choice.
mkdir <repository dir>

2. Copy the TAR file into the repository directory.


3. Untar EricssonAUC_12_X_X_R1_0_0.<buildId>.tar.
tar xvf EricssonAUC_12_X_X_R1_0_0.<buildId>.tar

The directory structure in the repository directory should look like the following illustration.
(this illustration describes the minimum required structure; you can enhance this directory
structure with additional directories based on your requirements and deliverables).
<repository_directory>
/README
/installCartridge
/uninstallCartridge

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/EricssonAUC_R12_0.sar

Starting ASAP
Before installing the cartridge, ensure that ASAP is running.
To start ASAP
1. To start ASAP, execute the following script:
start_asap_sys -d

2. Ensure the ASAP Daemon (DAEM$ENV_ID) is running by checking the ASAP status
using the ASAP script “status”.
3. Check whether the WebLogic instance for this ASAP environment is running. If not, start
the WebLogic instance.
The ASAP Administration Guide contains more information on starting ASAP, the ASAP
Daemon, and WebLogic.

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Installing the cartridge using scripts

Installing the cartridge using scripts


Run the installation script installCartridge to install the cartridge. The script executes the
following tasks:
‹ Configures the Ericsson AUC-specific NE using the SACT.
‹ Deploys the Ericsson AUC cartridge service model (only if the Ericsson AUC service
model is not yet deployed) using the Service Activation Deployment Tool (SADT).
‹ Copies the Ericsson AUC-specific jar files to the ASAP environment.
‹ Loads the sample work orders to the SRP database.
For information on the SACT and the SADT, refer to the ASAP Administration Guide.
To install the cartridge
1. Run the installCartridge script. At the prompt, type:
installCartridge EricssonAUC_R12_0.sar

2. The script prompts you for the values of the following WebLogic login parameters:
‹ WebLogic Hostname
‹ WebLogic HTTP Port
‹ WebLogic Login User ID
‹ WebLogic Login Password
The script loads the NEP-NE configuration and the CSDL-ASDL configuration to the
SARM database, and loads sample work orders to the SRP database. The script also copies
the cartridge-specific jar files and cpp library file to the ASAP environment.
3. Copy studio_2_6_0.jar file to the $ASAP_BASE/lib directory.
4. Add ${ASAP_BASE}/lib/studio_2_6_0.jar to the CLASSPATH in the JInterpreter file
under $ASAP_BASE/programs directory.
5. Restart ASAP to upload the cartridge configuration into ASAP.

Uninstalling the cartridge using scripts


Run the uninstallation script uninstallCartridge to uninstall the Ericsson AUC cartridge. The
script executes the following tasks:
‹ Unconfigures Ericsson AUC-specific NEs using the SACT.
‹ Undeploys the Ericsson AUC cartridge service model (only if the Ericsson AUC service
model is already deployed) using the Service Activation Deployment Tool (SADT).
‹ Removes the Ericsson AUC-specific jar files and cpp library file from the ASAP
environment.
For more information on the SACT and the SADT, refer to the ASAP Administration Guide.

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To uninstall the cartridge


1. Run the uninstallCartridge script. At the prompt, type:
uninstallCartridge EricssonAUC_R12_0.<timestamp>.sar

2. The script prompts you for the values of the following parameters:
‹ WebLogic Hostname
‹ WebLogic HTTP Port
‹ WebLogic Login User ID
‹ WebLogic Login Password
The script unloads the NEP-NE configuration and CSDL-ASDL configuration from SARM
database. It also removes the cartridge specific jar files and cpp library file from the ASAP
environment.

Testing the cartridge installation


To test this cartridge installation, you need to know about the network element (NE), services,
and basic Activation configuration. You may need to perform adjustments to provision a
service for a specific NE, network, or connectivity configuration.
You can test the cartridge installation using one of the following methods:
‹ Loopback mode—does not actually connect to or send commands to the NE.
‹ Live mode—connects to and sends commands to a live NE.

Configuring loopback and live mode parameters


Set the following variables to test the cartridge in loopback or live testing modes.

Loopback mode
Set the following parameter to test the cartridge in loopback mode.

Table 2: Loopback Mode Parameter Settings

Configuration Variable Parameter Settings Location

LOOPBACK_ON 1 (default setting) ASAP.cfg

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Live mode
Set the following parameter to test the cartridge in live mode.

Table 3: Live Mode Parameter Settings

Configuration Variable Parameter Settings Location

LOOPBACK_ON 0 ASAP.cfg

Communication parameters
The following are the list of parameters for the sample NE configuration XML used by SACT.

Table 4: Communication parameters

param_label param_value param_desc

HOST_IPADDR 127.0.0.1 The host name or IP Address of the remote NE.

PORT 5000 Port number to connect on remote NE host.

OPEN_TIMEOUT 20 Connection timeout in seconds.

READ_TIMEOUT 30 Read timeout in seconds.

HOST_USERID user Login User Name.

HOST_PASSWORD password Password for the User.

PROMPT < Provisioning prompt.

LOGIN_PROMPT USERCODE: Login prompt from the NE

PASSWORD_PROMPT PASSWORD: Password prompt from the NE

DOMAIN_PROMPT DOMAIN: Domain prompt from the NE

DOMAIN_PASSWORD pthlr1d Domain password for the NE

RESPONSELOG TRUE Flag to turn off or on Response log.

PRINT_REPLY FALSE Flag to turn off or on reply in ASCII format.

Modifying T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST.xml
Use the following procedure to modify T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST.xml.

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To modify T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST.xml
1. Create a new source directory. You can give this directory any appropriate, meaningful
name you want to.
mkdir <new_source_directory>

2. Copy EricssonAUC_R12_0.sar to this new source directory.


cp EricssonAUC_R12_0.sar ./<new_source_directory>

3. Change directory to <new_source_directory>.


cd <new_source_directory>

4. Un-jar EricssonAUC_R12_0.sar. This extracts the contents of the sar file.


jar xvf EricssonAUC_R12_0.sar

5. Edit <new_source_directory> T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST.xml in with the appropriate


changes.
6. Create a new sar file at the <new_source_directory> level.
CreateSar $PWD

7. Uninstall the cartridge using EricssonAUC_R12_0.sar. (That is, use the original sar file
that you copied in Step 2 above—see “Uninstalling the cartridge using scripts” on page 7
for uninstallation instructions).
8. After you uninstall the cartridge, rename the sar file, so you have a backup copy of it.
9. Copy the new sar file from <new_source_directory>.
10. Reinstall the cartridge (see “Installing the cartridge using scripts” on page 7 for
installation instructions).

Testing the installation


The following procedure describes the steps required to test the cartridge installation in
loopback mode. We recommend that you perform the initial cartridge installation test in
loopback mode.
To test in loopback mode
1. Stop ASAP by typing the following command at the UNIX prompt:
stop_asap_sys -d

2. Ensure loop back mode is on. See “Loopback mode” on page 8 for a description of how to
set the loop back parameter to “On”.
3. Start ASAP by typing:
start_asap_sys -d

4. Send the sample work orders through the SRP Emulator by typing:

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run_suite $SRP <ctrl_password> <suite name>

You can locate the suite names by typing:


grep SUITE * | grep -v END

A list of all available suites appears.


For more information on the SRP Emulator, refer to the ASAP Administration Guide.
5. Verify the status of the sample work orders by typing:
asap_utils -d l

All successful work orders returns to the 104 state.


To view the sample work orders provided with this cartridge, refer to the Ericsson AUC
cartridge source.

Viewing the sample work orders


You find the sample work orders under the SampleWorkOrders directory in the sar file. The
following procedure describes how to view the sample work orders.
To view the sample work orders
1. Create a repository directory, copy the sar file to the new directory and un-jar the sar file,
as described by Step 1 through Step 4 in “Modifying T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST.xml”
on page 9.
2. Locate and view the sample work order files.

Deployment of the cartridge using Studio


Before installing the cartridge, ensure weblogic and ASAP are started and running.
The following are the steps involved:
1. Open Studio in design perspective. Choose Import from the File menu and select
Activation Archive (SAR) under Studio Wizards to import the sar file. Browse for the
path to the sar file and click Finish.
2. Create a new Service Activation Project.
3. Define a new NE Entity, based on the NE Template contained in the cartridge provided
by Oracle.
4. Ensure that the primary pool of the newly created NE is different from the NE template
primary pool. You can modify it, if necessary.
5. Ensure that the test work order provided with the cartridge targets the newly defined NE.
If not, then modify the test work orders file(s).

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6. Create a new Activation Environment Project from the Studio menu. (Use Studio help
for more information).
7. Create Activation Environment inside the Activation Environment Project and
configure the Connection Details tab with your Environment ID, Activation version and
weblogic data.
8. Connect to your environment using the Connect button.
9. Select the Cartridge tab of the Activation Environment and click Add to add your
projects to the environment. The cartridge and the newly created Service Activation
should appear in the Cartridges list.
10. Deploy the NetworkActivation (NA) cartridge provided by Oracle. (No NE information
is to be deployed with this cartridge, therefore it isn’t necessary to deploy the NEP map
info).
11. First Deploy the Service Activation (SA) project as follows:
Š On the Cartridge tab, select the necessary SA cartridge and press the Deploy button.
Š Select the NEP Map tab of the Activation Environment. Choose the necessary NEP
server from the drop-down box of the Network Element Processors.(Use Studio help
for more information).
Š Select the SA cartridge from the Network Element Processor Map and click the
Deploy button.
12. Verify the SADT console to confirm the installation
13. Go to ASAP environment.
14. Copy studio_2_6_0.jar file to the $ASAP_BASE/lib directory.
15. Add ${ASAP_BASE}/lib/studio_2_6_0.jar to the CLASSPATH in the JInterpreter file
under $ASAP_BASE/programs directory.
16. Restart ASAP in order to start working with the cartridge.

Uninstallation and Undeployment of the cartridge


using Studio
The following are the steps involved:
1. Connect to your environment using the Connect button.
2. Select the necessary cartridge from the Environment Cartridge list in Studio and click
the Undeploy button.
3. Verify the Environment Cartridge list. The Check Box with the name of the cartridge
that is disabled should be unchecked.

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Atomic Service Description Layer (ASDL)


Commands
ASDL commands represent a set of atomic actions that ASAP can perform on a network
element (NE). ASAP can combine ASDLs to create meaningful services (CSDLs) within a
cartridge.
This chapter presents detailed information on the ASDL parameters that we provide with this
cartridge. The following table lists and describes the type of parameter information that is
included.

Table 5: ASDL parameter information

Item Description

Parameter Name Identifies the parameter that is configured for the stated service.

Description Describes the parameter.

Range Describes or lists the range of values that can be used to satisfy this
parameter.

Default Value Configures a default value for the parameter so that it is not mandatory for
the upstream system to provide a value.

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Table 5: ASDL parameter information

Item Description

Type Indicates one of the following parameter types:


‹ S—Scalar, specifies the parameter label transmitted on the ASDL
command. Scalar parameters are conventional name-value pair
parameters.
‹ C—Compound, specifies the base name of the compound parameter
transmitted on the ASDL command. A compound parameter contains
structures or arrays of information that are represented by a particular
structure name or compound parameter name. Each compound
parameter can contain a large number of elements. If you use compound
parameters, you only require a single entry in the ASAP translation
tables to call the compound parameter and all its associated parameter
elements.
‹ I—Indexed, identifies a parameter that contains a sequential numerical
index value to tell the SARM that it should execute the same operation
(for example, an ASDL command) for all occurrences of that index.
Consequently, if there are several options on a particular CSDL
command (OPT1, OPT2, OPT3, etc.), you can specify the OPT
parameter as an indexed parameter. When you specify the OPT
parameter as an indexed parameter, the SARM generates several
occurrences of that same ASDL command and each command has a
different value for the option being transmitted to the NEP.
For more information on parameter types, refer to the ASAP Developer
Reference.

Class Indicates one of the following parameter classifications:


‹ R—Required scalar parameter
‹ O—Optional scalar parameter
‹ C—Required compound parameter
‹ N—Optional compound parameter
‹ M—Mandatory indexed parameter
‹ I—Optional indexed parameter
‹ S—Parameter count

For a detailed description of the Required and Optional parameter classifications, refer to the
ASAP Administration Guide.

ASDL commands
This cartridge provides the following ASDL commands:

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ASDL commands

‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA-RB
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER-RB
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA-RB
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER
‹ A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER-RB

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA
This service creates the key data in AUC.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningKeyData.createKeyD
ata

Table 6: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

A4KEY A4 key S R

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator S O

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

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MML commands
This method implements the AUC Create Key Data MML Command
AGKDI:KIND=%KIND,A4KEY=%A4KEY[,A4IND=%A4IND][,AKATYPE=%AKATYPE];
Where
%KIND is A4 key indicator
%A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator
%A4KEY is A4 Key
%AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) type

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA-RB
Rollback service for Delete Key data.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningKeyData.createKeyD
ataRb

Table 7: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA-RB

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

OLD_A4KEY A4 key S O

OLD_KIND A4 key indicator. S R

OLD_A4IND A4 algorithm indicator S O

OLD_AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

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ASDL commands

MML commands
This method implements the Rollback service for Delete AUC Key Data MML
Command
AGKDI:KIND=%OLD_KIND,A4KEY=%OLD_A4KEY[,A4IND=%OLD_A4IND][,AKATYPE=%OLD_A
KATYPE];
Where
%OLD_KIND is A4 key indicator
%OLD_A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator
%OLD_A4KEY is A4 Key
%OLD_AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) type

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA-RB_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA-RB_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER
This service creates a subscriber in the Authentication Center (AUC). The subscriber must be
created on the AUC before the subscription is added on the AUC.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningSub.createSubscriber

Table 8: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

IMSI International Mobile S R


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI).

EKI Encrypted subscriber S R


authentication key (Ki).

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

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Table 8: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

A3A8IND A3 A8 algorithm S O
indicator.

FSETIND Function set indicator. S O

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator. S O

MML commands
This method implements the Create AUC Subscriber MML Command.
AGSUI:IMSI=%IMSI,EKI=%EKI,KIND=%KIND,[A3A8IND=%A3A8IND |
FSETIND=%FSETIND][,A4IND=%A4IND];
Where:
%IMSI is IMSI
%EKI is EKI value
%KIND is A4 key indicator
%A3A8IND is Algorithm parameter value
%FSETIND is Function set indicator, Application System dependent parameter,
used only for WCDMA
%A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER-RB
Rollback service for the Delete Subscriber service in the Authentication Center (AUC).

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It is implemented by the Java method:


com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningSub.createSubscriber
Rb

Table 9: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER-RB

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

OLD_IMSI International Mobile S R


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI).

OLD_EKI Encrypted subscriber S R


authentication key (Ki).

OLD_KIND A4 key indicator. S R

OLD_A3A8IND A3 A8 algorithm S O
indicator.

OLD_FSETIND Function set indicator. S O

OLD_A4IND A4 algorithm indicator. S O

MML commands
This method implements the Rollback service for Delete AUC Subscriber.
AGSUI:IMSI=%IMSI,EKI=%OLD_EKI,KIND=%OLD_KIND,[A3A8IND=%OLD_A3A8IND |
FSETIND=%OLD_FSETIND][,A4IND=%OLD_A4IND];
Where:
%OLD_IMSI is IMSI
%OLD_EKI is EKI value
%OLD_KIND is A4 key indicator
%OLD_A3A8IND is Algorithm parameter value
%OLD_FSETIND is Function set indicator, Application System dependent
parameter, used only for WCDMA
%OLD_A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator

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Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER-RB_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER-RB_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA
This service deletes the key data in AUC.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningKeyData.deleteKeyD
ata

Table 10: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator. S O

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

MML commands
This method implements the AUC Delete Key Data MML Command
AGKDE:KIND=%KIND[,A4IND=%A4IND][,AKATYPE=%AKATYPE];
Where:
%KIND is A4 key indicator
%A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator
%AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA)type

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:

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A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA_UDET=<user defined exit type>


Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER
This service deletes the subscriber in the Authentication Center (AUC).
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningSub.deleteSubscriber

Table 11: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

IMSI International Mobile S R


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI).

MML commands
This method implements the Delete AUC Subscriber MML Command.
AGSUE:IMSI=%IMSI;
Where:
%IMSI is IMSI

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA
This service queries the key data in AUC.

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It is implemented by the Java method:


com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningKeyData.getKeyData

Table 12: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator. S O

SUBSCH To display number of S O


subscribers whose
Encrypted subscriber
authentication key (Ki)
has been changed.

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

MML commands
This method implements the get AUC Key Data MML Command
AGKDP:KIND=%KIND[,A4IND=%A4IND][,SUBSCH][,AKATYPE=%AKATYPE];
Where
%KIND is A4 key indicator
%A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator
%AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) type
%SUBSCH Subscribers changed, this is an Application System dependent
parameter, could be restricted to use with KIND parameters
defined for GSM

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:

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A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>
RETURN_INFO Data_parameters

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB
This service queries the key data in AUC for Rollback Services.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningKeyData.getKeyData
Rb

Table 13: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator S O

SUBSCH To display number of S O


subscribers whose
encrypted subscriber
authentication key (Ki)
has been changed.

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

MML commands
This method implements the get Key Data AUC MML Command for Rollback
services.
AGKDP:KIND=%KIND[,A4IND=%A4IND][,SUBSCH][,AKATYPE=%AKATYPE];
Where
%KIND is A4 key indicator
%A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator
%AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) type
%SUBSCH Subscribers changed, this is an Application System dependent
parameter, could be restricted to use with

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KIND parameters defined for GSM

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB_UDET=<user defined exit type>
OLD_<data_parameters>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER
This service queries for the subscriber data in the Authentication Center (AUC).
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningSub.getSubscriber

Table 14: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

IMSIS International Mobile S R


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA) type

MML commands
This method implements the Get AUC Subscriber data MML Command.
AGSUP:IMSIS=%IMSI[,AKATYPE=%AKATYPE];
Where:
%IMSI is IMSI
%AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) type
IMSIS "ALL" Value is not supported for this implementation

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Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>
RETURN_INFO_<data_parameters>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB
Query for Rollback services in the Authentication Center (AUC).
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningSub.getSubscriberRb

Table 15: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

IMSIS International Mobile S O


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

IMSI International Mobile S O


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA) type

MML commands
This method implements the Get AUC Subscriber data MML Command for Rollback
Services.
AGSUP:IMSIS=%IMSI;
Where:
%IMSI is IMSI
IMSIS "ALL" value is not supported for this implementation

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Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB_UDET=<user defined exit type>
OLD_<data_parameters>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA
This service modifies the key data in the AUC.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningKeyData.modifyKey
Data

Table 16: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

A4KEY A4 key S O

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator. S O

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

MML commands
This method implements the modify AUC Key Data MML Command
AGKDC:KIND=%KIND,A4KEY=%A4KEY[,A4IND=%A4IND][,AKATYPE=%AKATYPE];
Where
%KIND is A4 key indicator
%A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator
%A4KEY is A4 Key

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%AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) type


Note:If user did not provided any values other than KIND parameter,cartridge
will send the following MML command
AGKDC:CONTINUE;

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA-RB
Rollback of Modify Key Data service in the AUC.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningKeyData.modifyKey
DataRb

Table 17: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA-RB

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

OLD_A4KEY A4 key S O

OLD_KIND A4 key indicator. S O

OLD_A4IND A4 algorithm indicator S O

OLD_AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

A4KEY A4 key S O

MML commands
This method implements the Rollback service for Modify AUC Key Data MML
Command

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AGKDC:KIND=%OLD_KIND,A4KEY=%OLD_A4KEY[,A4IND=%OLD_A4IND][,AKATYPE=%OLD_AKATY
PE];
Where
%OLD_KIND is A4 key indicator
%OLD_A4IND is A4 algorithm indicator
%OLD_A4KEY is A4 Key
%OLD_AKATYPE is Authentication and Key Agreement (AKA) type

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA-RB_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA-RB_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER
This service modifies the subscriber in the AUC.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningSub.modifySubscribe
r

Table 18: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

IMSIS International Mobile S O


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

AMF Authentication S O
management field

FSETIND Function set indicator S O

MML commands
This method implements the Modify AUC Subscriber data MML Command.

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AGSUC:IMSIS=%IMSI,AMF=%AMF,FSETIND=%FSETIND;
Where:
%IMSIS is IMSI
%AMF is AMF
%FSETIND is Function set indicator, Application System dependen parameter,
used for WCDMA

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER_RETURN_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER-RB
Rollback modification of the subscriber in the AUC.
It is implemented by the Java method:
com.metasolv.cartridge.oss.eric_auc_r12_0.prov.AUCProvisioningSub.modifySubscribe
rRb

Table 19: A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER-RB

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

MCLI Remote network S R


element name

OLD_IMSIS IMSI digit string 1- 15 S O


digits.

OLD_AMF Authentication S O
Management Field.

OLD_FSETIND Function set indicator, S O


value 0 - 15.

OLD_IMSI IMSI digit string 1- 15 S O


digits.

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MML commands
This method implements Rollback service for Modify AUC subscriber data MML
command.
AGSUC:IMSIS=%OLD_IMSIS,AMF=%OLD_AMF,FSETIND=%OLD_FSETIND;
Where:
%OLD_IMSIS is IMSI
%OLD_AMF is old AMF
%OLD_FSETIND is old Function set indicator, Application System dependent
parameter, used for WCDMA

Output parameters
Return as CSDL parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER-RB_UDET=<user defined exit type>
Return as Info parameter:
A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER_RETURN-RB_INFO="Success" or
<error_code>:<error_description>

User exit types


User exit types allow cartridge developers and systems administrators to map ASDL exit
codes to one of the predefined base exit types. Base exit types determine the product behavior.
Cartridges map return codes and status values from a network element to a user defined exit
type.
Regular expressions (regex) are used to perform pattern searches on responses from network
elements. The pattern is stored in "tbl_user_err" in the SARM database. The user exit type
contains a regex pattern that is applied at runtime.
Regular expressions enable users to associate a series of responses to a specific base type. For
example, a regular expression "6" can identify a pattern where any response with the character
"6" followed by any number of characters will translate to base type of FAIL.
Regular expressions can also allow very specific searches within a response from a network
element. Regular expressions are typically compiled before being executed. Compilation
produces a binary version of the expression and ensures that the syntax of the regular
expression is correct. This compilation occurs using SACT\SADT when user exit types are
deployed into ASAP. If the syntax is deemed to be incorrect during compilation, SADT
displays an error message and the deployment of the user exit type will fail.
For more information on pattern matching, refer to the ASAP Developer Reference and the
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Understanding user exit type XML files



<userDefinedExitType>
<neDescriptor>
<softwareLoad>DYNAMIC_SL</softwareLoad>
<technology>DYNAMIC_VENDOR-DYNAMIC_TECH</technology>
</neDescriptor>
<searchPattern>SUCCESS.</searchPattern>1
<userType>U_SUCCEED</userType>2
<baseType>SUCCEED</baseType>3
<description>The ASDL provisioning was successful</description>
</userDefinedExitType>
<userDefinedExitType>
<searchPattern>90.</searchPattern>
<userType>U_FAIL</userType>
<baseType>FAIL</baseType>
<description>The ASDL failed - fail the current order
and stop processing.</description>
</userDefinedExitType>
<userDefinedExitType>
<searchPattern>101-110[201-215]</searchPattern>4
<userType>U_SOFT_FAIL</userType>
<baseType>SOFT_FAIL</baseType>
<description>The ASDL has encountered a soft failure. Processing will
continue.</description>
</userDefinedExitType>
<userDefinedExitType>
<searchPattern>801-850</searchPattern>5
<userType>U_MINOR_ERROR</userType>
<baseType>SOFT_FAIL</baseType>
<description>The ASDL has encountered a soft failure. Processing will
continue.</description>
</userDefinedExitType>
<userDefinedExitType>
<searchPattern>251-275&&[^261-265]</searchPattern>6

1. Pattern searches accommodate situations in which responses from the device contain small variants
that represent the same meaning. The user type contains an associated search pattern that is applied
at runtime. Using regular expressions, you can default a series of responses. For example a regular
expression "90." can specify a pattern where any response with the character "90" followed by any
character will translate to base type of FAIL. If the regular expression is defined as "90*", then any
response with the character "90" followed by any number of characters will translate to base type of
FAIL
2. The user type that the search pattern maps to.
3. The base type that maps to the user type.
4. 101 to 110 and 201 to 215 will translate to a base type of SOFT_FAIL
5. 801-850 will translate to a base type of SOFT_FAIL. Note that the user type differs from the previ-
ous range.

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<userType>U_DELAYED_FAIL</userType>
<baseType>DELAYED_FAIL</baseType>
<description>The ASDL has failed during provisioning.</description>
</userDefinedExitType>
<userDefinedExitType>
<neDescriptor>
<softwareLoad>BCS36</softwareLoad>
<technology>NORTEL_DMS</technology>
<neVendor>Nortel</neVendor>
</neDescriptor>
<searchPattern>*.</searchPattern>
<userType>U_MAINTAIN</userType>
<baseType>MAINTENANCE</baseType>
<description>The ASDL will Wait until the NE comes out of
Maintenance Mode</description>
</userDefinedExitType>

The previous code sample shows some typical search pattern examples. Some additional
examples follow:
‹ ^.*\b(one|two|three)\b.*$ = matches a complete line of text that contains any of the words
"one", "two" or "three"
‹ ^(?=.*?\bone\b)(?=.*?\btwo\b)(?=.*?\bthree\b).*$ matches a complete line of text that
contains all of the words "one", "two" and "three"
‹ "[^"\r\n]*" matches a single-line string that does not allow the quote character to appear
inside the string.
‹ \b\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\.\d{1,3}\b matches any IP address.
For more information on search patterns, refer to http://java.sun.com/j2se/1.4.2/docs/api/java/
util/regex/Pattern.html.
For more information on user exit types, refer to chapter 3 of the ASAP Developer Reference.

User defined ASDL exit types


The following table lists the user defined ASDL exit types.

Table 20: User defined ASDL exit types

Search pattern User_type Base_type Description

((?s).)*EXECUTED((?s). ERAUC_EXECUTED SUCCEED Provisioning command


)* successful

((?s).)*END((?s).)* ERAUC_END SUCCEED Process end

6. 251 to 275 but not 261 to 265 will translate to a base type of DELAYED_FAILURE.

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Table 20: User defined ASDL exit types

Search pattern User_type Base_type Description

((?s).)*ProvCartridgeExc ERAUC_PROVCARTEXCEP FAIL The NE command was denied


eption((?s).)* due to Provisioning cartridge
Exception

((?s).)*IOException((?s). ERAUC_IOEXCEPTION RETRY_DI The NE command was denied


)* S due to IO exception

((?s).)*TelnetException(( ERAUC_TELNETEXCEP RETRY_DI The NE command was denied


?s).)* S due to telnet exception

((?s).)*Generic ERAUC_GENERICEXCEP FAIL The NE command was denied


Exception((?s).)* due to generic exception

< ERAUC_LOOPBACK_OK SUCCEED Loopback succeed prompt

((?s).)*ANSWER ERAUC_ANSWER_PRNTOUT SUCCEED AUC answer printout


PRINTOUT((?s).)*

((?s).)*NOT ERAUC_NOT_EXECUTED FAIL AUC not executed


EXECUTED((?s).)*

((?s).)*PARTLY ERAUC_PART_EXECUTED FAIL AUC partly executed


EXECUTED((?s).)*

((?s).)*ORDERED((?s).) ERAUC_ORDERED FAIL AUC ordered


*

((?s).)*((?s).)*FAULT ERAUC_FCODE_2 FAIL AUC Fault Code 2


CODE 2((?s).)*

((?s).)*((?s).)*FAULT ERAUC_FCODE_3 FAIL AUC Fault Code 3


CODE 3((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_4 FAIL AUC Fault Code 4


4((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_5 FAIL AUC Fault Code 5


5((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_6 FAIL AUC Fault Code 6


6((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_7 FAIL AUC Fault Code 7


7((?s).)*

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Table 20: User defined ASDL exit types

Search pattern User_type Base_type Description

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_8 FAIL AUC Fault Code 8


8((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_9 FAIL AUC Fault Code 9


9((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_10 FAIL AUC Fault Code 10


10((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_11 FAIL AUC Fault Code 11


11((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_12 FAIL AUC Fault Code 12


12((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_13 FAIL AUC Fault Code 13


13((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_14 FAIL AUC Fault Code 14


14((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_19 FAIL AUC Fault Code 19


19((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_29 FAIL AUC Fault Code 29


29((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_30 FAIL AUC Fault Code 30


30((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_43 FAIL AUC Fault Code 43


42((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_50 FAIL AUC Fault Code 50


50((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_51 FAIL AUC Fault Code 51


51((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_52 FAIL AUC Fault Code 52


52((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_53 FAIL AUC Fault Code 53


53((?s).)*

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Table 20: User defined ASDL exit types

Search pattern User_type Base_type Description

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_54 FAIL AUC Fault Code 54


54((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_55 FAIL AUC Fault Code 55


55((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_56 FAIL AUC Fault Code 56


56((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_57 FAIL AUC Fault Code 57


57((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_58 FAIL AUC Fault Code 58


58((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_59 FAIL AUC Fault Code 59


59((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_60 FAIL AUC Fault Code 60


60((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_61 FAIL AUC Fault Code 61


61((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_62 FAIL AUC Fault Code 62


62((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_63 FAIL AUC Fault Code 63


63((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_67 FAIL AUC Fault Code 67


67((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_68 FAIL AUC Fault Code 68


68((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_69 FAIL AUC Fault Code 69


69((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_70 FAIL AUC Fault Code 70


70((?s).)*

((?s).)*FAULT CODE ERAUC_FCODE_71 FAIL AUC Fault Code 71


71((?s).)*

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Table 20: User defined ASDL exit types

Search pattern User_type Base_type Description

((?s).)*FORMAT ERAUC_FORMAT_ERROR FAIL AUC Format Error


ERROR((?s).)*

((?s).)*FUNCTION ERAUC_FUNCTION_BUSY RETRY_DI AUC Function Busy


BUSY((?s).)* S

((?s).)*UNREASONAB ERAUC_UNREASON_VALUE FAIL AUC Unreasonable Error


LE VALUE((?s).)*

UserExitType.xml
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<com:modelEntity xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
xmlns:com="http://www.mslv.com/studio/core/model/common" xmlns:_1="http://
www.mslv.com/studio/core/model/common" xmlns:ude="http://www.mslv.com/
studio/activation/model/userDefinedExitType" xmlns="http://www.mslv.com/
studio/activation/model/userDefinedExitType"
xsi:type="ude:userDefinedExitTypes" name="EricssonAUC_R12_0_userExitTypes">
<com:displayName>EricssonAUC_R12_0_userExitTypes</com:displayName>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*EXECUTED((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_EXECUTED</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>SUCCEED</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>Provisioning command successful.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*END((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_END</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>SUCCEED</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>Process end.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>

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<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*ProvCartridgeException((?s).)*</
ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_PROVCARTEXCEP</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>The NE command was denied due to Provisioning cartridge
Exception.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*IOException((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_IOEXCEPTION</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>RETRY_DIS</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>The NE command was denied due to IO exception.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*TelnetException((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_TELNETEXCEP</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>RETRY_DIS</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>The NE command was denied due to telnet exception.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*Generic Exception((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_GENERICEXCEP</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>The NE command was denied due to generic exception.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>&lt;</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_LOOPBACK_OK</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>SUCCEED</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>Loopback succeed prompt.</ude:description>

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</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*ANSWER PRINTOUT((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_ANSWER_PRNTOUT</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>SUCCEED</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC answer printout.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*NOT EXECUTED((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_NOT_EXECUTED</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC not executed.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*PARTLY EXECUTED((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_PART_EXECUTED</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC partly executed.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*ORDERED((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_ORDERED</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC ordered.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 2((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_2</ude:userType>

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<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 2, The A4 key indicator is not defined.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 3((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_3</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 3, the A4 Key indicator is in use by at
least one mobile subscriber.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 4((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_4</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 4, the A3/A8 algorithm indicator is not
supported.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 5((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_5</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 5, Storage shortage in the IMSI analysis
file.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 6((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_6</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 6, storage shortage in the subscription
data file.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>

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<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 7((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_7</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 7, the IMSI is already subscribed.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 8((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_8</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 8, the IMSI given is a prefix of another
IMSI already subscribed.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 9((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_9</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 9, there is an IMSI prefix of the IMSI
given.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 10((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_10</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 10, a Key data operation is in progress.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>

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<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 11((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>


<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_11</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 11, the IMSI has not been subscribed.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 12((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_12</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 12, a time out has ocurred during A4KEY
encryption. </ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 13((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_13</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 13, a subscription operation is in
progress.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 14((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_14</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 14, the maximum number of subscriptions
allowed has been exceeded.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 19((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_19</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 19, no Key data change is in progress.</
ude:description>

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</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 29((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_29</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 29, the FSET does not support OP.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 30((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_30</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 30, an OP change is in progress.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 43((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_43</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 43, the A3A8 does not support OP.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 50((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_50</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 50, the area has not been initiated for
the specific roaming area.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>

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<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 51((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_51</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 51, Storage shortage in the data file.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 52((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_52</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 52, IMSI type stored does not match with
the command parameter.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 53((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_53</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 53, MSISDN type stored does not match with
the command parameter.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 54((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_54</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 54, Storage congestion in file for storage
of characterized areas.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 55((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_55</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>

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<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 55, PLMN bearer capability number is not


defined.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 56((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_56</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 56</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 57((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_57</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 57</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 58((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_58</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 58</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 59((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_59</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 59</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>

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<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 60((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>


<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_60</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 60</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 61((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_61</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 61</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 62((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_62</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 62</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 63((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_63</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 63</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 67((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_67</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 67</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>

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<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 68((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_68</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 68</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 69((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_69</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 69</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 70((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_70</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 70</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 71((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_71</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 71</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FORMAT ERROR((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FORMAT_ERROR</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC parameter was incorrectly specified. </
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>

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<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FUNCTION BUSY((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FUNCTION_BUSY</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>RETRY_DIS</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Function Busy.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*UNREASONABLE VALUE((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_UNREASON_VALUE</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC parameter was specified with an unreasonable
value.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 1((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_1 </ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 1, The A4 key indicator is already
defined.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 15((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_15</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 15, the A4 algorithm indicator is not
supported.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 16((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>

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<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_16</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 16, a Key data change is in progress.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 17((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_17</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 17, a Key data change is pending.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 20((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_20</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 20, a customer Key operation is in
progress.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 25((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_25</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 25, the parameter is not supported by this
exchange.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 27((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_27</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 27, the function set indicator is not
supported.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>

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<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 32((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_32</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 32, an AKA algorithm change is in
progress.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 33((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_33</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 33, an AKA algorithm change is pending.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 40((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_40</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 40, a subscription data change is
pending.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 45((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_45</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 45, a BOP change is in progress.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>

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</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 26((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_26</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 26, the parameter value is not supported
by this exchange.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 24((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_24</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 24, functionality connected to the
command is not supported by the exchange.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 34((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_34</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 34, the WCDMA IMSI series is not
defined.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 36((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_36</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 36, there are no WCDMA subscribers defined
in the AUC.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 37((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_37</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>

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<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 37, there are no WCDMA subscribers


associated to the specified FSET.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 41((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_41</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 41, no subscription data change is
pending.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 39((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_39</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 39, a subscription data change is in
progress.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*FAULT CODE 18((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_FCODE_18</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC Fault Code 18, no Key data change is pending.</
ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:userDefinedExitType>
<ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:vendor>ERIC</ude:vendor>
<ude:technology>AUC</ude:technology>
<ude:softwareLoad>R12-0</ude:softwareLoad>
</ude:networkElementDescriptior>
<ude:searchPattern>((?s).)*COMMAND RESTRICTED((?s).)*</ude:searchPattern>
<ude:userType>ERAUC_CMD_RESTRICTED</ude:userType>
<ude:baseType>FAIL</ude:baseType>
<ude:description>AUC not accepted, command restricted.</ude:description>
</ude:userDefinedExitType>
</com:modelEntity>

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Service Definition
The Ericsson AUC cartridge contains a set of CSDLs that map to one or more ASDL
commands. You can also create additional CSDLs that map to existing and newly-created
ASDLs. An upstream system can assemble any of these CSDL commands onto a work order
for provisioning.
This chapter presents detailed information on the CSDL parameters that we provide in this
cartridge. The following table lists and describes the type of parameter information that is
included.

Table 21: ASDL parameter information

Item Description

Parameter Name Identifies the parameter that is configured for the stated service.

Description Describes the parameter.

Range Describes or lists the range of values that can be used to satisfy this
parameter.

Default Value Configures a default value for the parameter so that it is not mandatory for
the upstream system to provide a value.

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Table 21: ASDL parameter information

Item Description

Type Indicates one of the following parameter types:


‹ S—Scalar, specifies the parameter label transmitted on the ASDL
command. Scalar parameters are conventional name-value pair
parameters.
‹ C—Compound, specifies the base name of the compound parameter
transmitted on the ASDL command. A compound parameter contains
structures or arrays of information that are represented by a particular
structure name or compound parameter name. Each compound
parameter can contain a large number of elements. If you use compound
parameters, you only require a single entry in the ASAP translation
tables to call the compound parameter and all its associated parameter
elements.
‹ I—Indexed, identifies a parameter that contains a sequential numerical
index value to tell the SARM that it should execute the same operation
(for example, an ASDL command) for all occurrences of that index.
Consequently, if there are several options on a particular CSDL
command (OPT1, OPT2, OPT3, etc.), you can specify the OPT
parameter as an indexed parameter. When you specify the OPT
parameter as an indexed parameter, the SARM generates several
occurrences of that same ASDL command and each command has a
different value for the option being transmitted to the NEP.
For more information on parameter types, refer to the ASAP Developer
Reference.

Class Indicates one of the following parameter classifications:


‹ R—Required scalar parameter
‹ O—Optional scalar parameter
‹ C—Required compound parameter
‹ N—Optional compound parameter
‹ M—Mandatory indexed parameter
‹ I—Optional indexed parameter
‹ S—Parameter count

For a detailed description of the Required and Optional parameter classifications, refer to the
ASAP Administration Guide.

CSDL commands
This cartridge provides the following CSDL Commands:

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‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA
‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER
‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA
‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER
‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA
‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER
‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA
‹ C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA
This service creates the key data in AUC.

Table 22: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator S O

A4KEY A4 key S R

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 23: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_KEY-DATA

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C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER
This service creates a subscriber in Authentication Center (AUC). The subscriber must be
created on the AUC before the subscription is added in AUC.

Table 24: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

A3A8IND A3 A8 algorithm S O
indicator.

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator. S O

EKI Encrypted subscriber S R


authentication key (Ki).

FSETIND Function set indicator. S O

IMSI International Mobile S R


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI).

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 25: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_CREATE_SUBSCRIBER

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C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA
This service deletes the key data in AUC.

Table 26: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator S O

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

SUBSCH To display number of S O


subscribers whose
encrypted subscriber
authentication key (Ki)
has been changed.

Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 27: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_KEY-DATA

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C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER
This service deletes a subscriber in Authentication Center (AUC).

Table 28: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA) type

IMSI International Mobile S R


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

IMSIS International Mobile S O


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 29: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_DELETE_SUBSCRIBER

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA
This service gets the key data in AUC.

Table 30: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator. S O

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Table 30: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

SUBSCH To display number of S O


subscribers whose
Encrypted subscriber
authentication key (Ki)
has been changed.

Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 31: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER
This service queries for the subscriber in Authentication Center (AUC).

Table 32: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA) type

IMSIS International Mobile S R


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

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Table 32: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 33: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA
This service modifies the key data in AUC.

Table 34: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

A4IND A4 algorithm indicator S O

A4KEY A4 key S O

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA)
type.

KIND A4 key indicator. S R

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

SUBSCH To display number of S O


subscribers whose
encrypted subscriber
authentication key (Ki)
has been changed.

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Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 35: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_KEY-DATA-RB

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_KEY-DATA

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER
This service modifies the subscriber in AUC.

Table 36: C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER

Default
Parameter Name Description Range Type Class
Value

AKATYPE Authentication and Key S O


Agreement (AKA) type

AMF Authentication S O
management field

FSETIND Function set indicator S O

IMSI International Mobile S O


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

IMSIS International Mobile S O


Subscriber Identity
(IMSI) series.

NE_ID_ERIC-AUC Remote network S R


element name

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Mapping to ASDLs
The following table illustrates the CSDL to ASDL mapping for this service.

Table 37: CSDL to ASDL Mapping

CSDL ASDL

C_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_GET_SUBSCRIBER-RB

A_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_MODIFY_SUBSCRIBER

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Configuring ASAP to Support Additional NE


Instances
You can configure ASAP to support the NE_ERIC-AUC_R12-0-HOST - NEP configuration
using the Service Activation Configuration Tool (SACT). Refer to the ASAP Administration
Guide for more information.
Below is an example of the Activation.Configuration.XML file for the Ericsson AUC
cartridge.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<activationConfig xmlns="http://www.metasolv.com/ServiceActivation/
2003/ActivationConfig" xmlns:cfg="http://www.mslv.com/studio/acti-
vation/model/config" xmlns:route="http://www.mslv.com/studio/acti-
vation/model/routing" xmlns:sm="http://www.metasolv.com/
ServiceActivation/2003/ServiceModel" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/
2001/XMLSchema-instance">
<connectionPool name="ERAUCPOL">
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_1">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_2">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_3">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_4">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_5">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_6">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_7">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>

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<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_8">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_9">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_10">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_11">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_12">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_13">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_14">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_15">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
<device name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST_conn_16">
<environment>DEVELOPMENT</environment>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</device>
</connectionPool>
<element name="T_ERIC-AUC_R12-0_HOST">
<vendor>ERIC</vendor>
<technology>AUC</technology>
<softwareLoad>R12-0</softwareLoad>
<nepServerName>$NEP</nepServerName>
<primaryPool>ERAUCPOL</primaryPool>
<maximumConnections>16</maximumConnections>
<dropTimeout>2</dropTimeout>
<spawnThreshold>10</spawnThreshold>
<killThreshold>8</killThreshold>
<routingElement name="NE_ERIC-AUC_R12-0-HOST"/>
<communicationParameter>
<label>HOST_IPADDR</label>
<value>
<value>127.0.0.1</value>
</value>
<description>The host name or IP Address of the remote
NE.</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>

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<communicationParameter>
<label>PORT</label>
<value>
<value>5000</value>
</value>
<description>Port number to connect on remote NE host.</
description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>OPEN_TIMEOUT</label>
<value>
<value>20</value>
</value>
<description>Connection timeout in seconds.</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>READ_TIMEOUT</label>
<value>
<value>30</value>
</value>
<description>Read timeout in seconds.</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>HOST_USERID</label>
<value>
<value>user</value>
</value>
<description>Login User Name.</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>HOST_PASSWORD</label>
<value>
<value>password</value>
</value>
<description>Password for the User.</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>PROMPT</label>
<value>
<value>&lt;</value>
</value>
<description>Provisioning prompt.</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>LOGIN_PROMPT</label>
<value>
<value>USERCODE:</value>
</value>
<description>Login prompt from the NE</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>

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<communicationParameter>
<label>PASSWORD_PROMPT</label>
<value>
<value>PASSWORD:</value>
</value>
<description>Password prompt from the NE</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>DOMAIN_PROMPT</label>
<value>
<value>DOMAIN:</value>
</value>
<description>Domain prompt from the NE</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>DOMAIN_PASSWORD</label>
<value>
<value>pthlr1d</value>
</value>
<description>Domain password for the NE</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>RESPONSELOG</label>
<value>
<value>TRUE</value>
</value>
<description>Flag to turn off or on Response log.</
description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
<communicationParameter>
<label>PRINT_REPLY</label>
<value>
<value>FALSE</value>
</value>
<description>Flag to turn off or on reply in ASCII
format.</description>
<lineType>TELNET_CONNECTION</lineType>
</communicationParameter>
</element>
</activationConfig>

Extracting source files


Before you can access an XML file to modify it, you must extract it from the .sar file. Use the
following procedure to extract source files from the sar file.
To extract source files
1. Create a repository directory. Copy the .sar file to the new directory and un-jar the sar file.
2. After you un-jar the sar file, you can access the XML files.

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Extracting source files

Loading a new XML file


When you finish modifying an XML file, you must create a new sar file, then restart the
cartridge using the new file.
Follow the instructions in “Testing the cartridge installation” on page 8, for directions on how
to load a new XML file.

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