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Oracle® WebLogic Server SIP Container Developer's Guide
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E15461-01
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A

application composition, 5.1
Application Router, 5.1
configuring a custom, 5.3
assigning roles
at deployment, 6.6.2
dynamically, 6.6.2
Attribute Value Pair (AVP), 8.7
AVP, 8.7

B

buffer, 4.7

C

CDF, 11.1
charging
event-based, 11.2.1, 11.4.3
offline charging API, 11.4
session-based, 11.2.2, 11.4.2, 12.6
Charging Data Function (CDF), 11.1
Charging Trigger Function (CTF), 11.1, 12.1
constructed document key, 9.5
content indirection, 3.2
converged applications, 2.1
ConvergedHttpSession object, 2.3
credit authorization models, 12.2
CTF, 11.1, 12.1

D

Default Application Router (DAR), 5.2
Diameter
API, overview of, 8.2
Attribute Value Pair (AVP), 8.7
creating converged Diameter and SIP applications
SIP applications, 8.8
Credit-Control-Request (CCR) message, 12.4, 12.6.1
implementing applications, 8.4
messages, 8.6
nodes, 8.3
offline charging API, 11.4
protocol packages, 8.1
Rf application, configuring, 11.3
Rf interface, 11.1
Ro interface, 12
sessions, 8.5
Sh interface support, 9.1
Diameter applications, 8
Diameter Rf interface, 11.1
Diameter Ro application
configuring, 12.3
Diameter Ro interface, 12
Diameter Sh interface
monitoring data with ProfileListener, 9.6
Diameter Sh profile service, 9
distributed applications, 4.1
document selector key, 9.4

H

headers, 3.1

L

log records
tokens, 7.2.2
logging, 7.1
enabling message logging, 7.2
example message log configuration and output, 7.4
identifying parts of SIP messages for logging, 7.2
level, 7.2
log file rotation, 7.5
log records, customizing, 7.2.2
specifying content types, 7.3

O

OCF, 12.1
offline charging API, 11.4
Online Charging API, 12.4
Online Charging Function (OCF), 12.1

P

porting, 4.1
Profile Service API, 9

R

response codes, 6.2
RFC 4006, 12.1, 12.2
role mapping, 6.4

S

security, 6.1
debugging, 6.9
security realm, 6.3
security-role definitions, 6.4
session expiration, 4.10
session key-based targeting, 5.4
SIP applications
asynchronous access, 2.3.1.2
best practices, 4
developing distributed applications, 4.1
session data, 4.5
session expiration, 4.10
storing application data in the session, 4.4
synchronous access, 2.3.1.1
using setAttribute to modify session data, 4.6
SIP messages
using compact and long header formats, 3.1
SIP response codes, 6.2
SIP Servlets
content indirection, in, 3.2
marking as distributable, 4.8
requirement to be non-blocking, 4.3
security, 6.1
specification, 5.2, 5.4
SipApplicationRouter interface, 5.1
SipApplicationSession object, 2.3
SIPApplicationSessionActivationListener, 4.9
SIPServletMessage interface, 3.1
sip.xml, 6.3, 6.5, 6.6.1
SNMP traps, 3.3
specification
SIP Servlet, 5.4

U

User Agent Server (UAS), 5.1