Integration Guidelines for Partner Relationship Management
Operator CDR Utility
The Operator CDR Utility Web Service allows the Operator to retrieve CDRs from Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper.
The endpoint for this interface is: http://<host>:<port>/prm_op/services/OpCdrUtil
where the value of host and port depend on the Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper deployment.
Counts the number of CDRs for a certain Service for a specified time interval
A Service is the generic name for a Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper communication service, without regard for the Web Service version or the network plug-in being used. So, for example, the Service name for Parlay X 2.1 Third Party Call using SIP or INAP or Parlay X 3.0 using Parlay 3.3 MPCC is simply Third Party Call
This exception is raised when the login session has expired (BC only) or there are communication problems with the underlying platform.
Data structure defining a CDR. All services that produce charging data do not use all fields, and they use the fields slightly different, depending on the type of the service. See the Communication Service Reference for details of which fields that are relevant for the different services.
Table 12-3 CdrInfo
The Oracle Communications Services Gatekeeper transaction sequence number
The communication service whose use is being tracked
The time at which the event was triggered (in milliseconds from midnight 1 January 1970
The address of the originating party.
The address of the destination party.
The ID of the Service Provider that generated the CDR.
The ID of the Application Account that generated the CDR.