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corresponding correlation identi er of the bearer-level charging, e.g. the GCID, which is exchanged over the Go or Gx interface, respectively. 16.3.4.2 Online Charging in the IMS For online charging, the number of CTFs is much smaller. Only those network elements collecting Charging information necessary for credit control are included. For example, in of ine charging, the I-CSCF collects a variety of Charging information, e.g. the address of the S-CSCF and the SIP method i.e. the function evoked on the I-CSCF by the SIP message. However, the identical Charging information is also collected by other CTFs. The I-CSCF collects this information only so the operator can provide statistics as to how often and in what manner the I-CSCF is involved in the signalling path. Thus the I-CSCF is not an online charging CTF. IMS online charging CTFs are the AS, the MRFC and, indirectly, the S-CSCF. The S-CSCF is not an online-charging CTF per se. Instead, it sends its Charging information using SIP to the IMS-Gateway Function (IMS-GWF). From the perspective of the S-CSCF, the IMS-GWF is an Application Server, to which it is instructed to send Charging information. The IMS-GWF, in turn, sends the Charging information to the OCS. The reason for this approach breaking with the general charging architecture is better backwards compatibility with existing implementations: the S-CSCFs design does not need to be changed. Of course, the backwards compatibility argument would also hold for other online charging CTFs, e.g. the MRFC. However, the result of a standardization process is often a balance of the interests of the different parties involved. It is not necessarily the technically obvious solution. 16.3.4.3 Roaming Scenario In a roaming case, the S-CSCF is also located in the HPLMN. The P-CSCF may be located in VPLMN or HPLMN, depending on the location of the GGSN (cf. 15, Section 15.3.1.1). The other CTFs may also be located in either of the PLMNs. This may mean that the Billing System has to correlate the CDRs received from different PLMNs. However, the details of IMS charging in roaming scenarios are not yet standardized.
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The service support described above can be broken down into several sub-problems. The most basic problem is the following: a user would like to set up a communication session with an Application Server or another user. She knows the public identi er of the communication partner (e.g. a phone number), but does not know its current availability, location, IP address and so forth. The basic IMS architecture contains network elements called Call State Control Functions (CSCFs) that help resolve the public identi er into the currently preferred IP address. Furthermore, CSCFs support the user in determining other communication parameters that must be xed before a session can start, e.g. ports, QoS and codecs. In this book only this basic service support is discussed in detail. Another basic service support feature provided by the IMS is a network element transcoding between codecs and a server supporting multi-party conferencing.
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Request a search. This form has a single text input field and a form submission button; the data entered in the input field are interpreted as a keyword, and the response is a table that lists the item identifier, description and status of all items where the description contains the specified keyword. The status data in the report should indicate whether that item is available for loan, or they should show the date when an item already on loan is due to be returned to the cooperative. Borrow an item. This form has a text input field for the item number, a single selection choice with options 1, 3, 6 and 12 months (default of 3 months), and a form submission button; the script should check that the specified item number is valid, returning an error page for invalid data. If the number is valid, the script should check whether the item is available for loan; if the item is already loaned, the script should return an error page reporting when the item should become available (the script should also check whether the member submitting the request is the one who currently has the loaned item, and point out this detail if it applies). If the request can be satisfied, the script determines the due date for the loan (adding the loan period to the current date). It then updates the coopItems table, inserting the membership number of the member who has borrowed the item and the due date for return. The response page notes the loan of the item, giving its number, its description and the due date for return. Return an item. This form has a text input field for the item number and a form submission button; the script again starts by checking whether the item number is valid, returning a suitable error response page if the item number is invalid or is not currently recorded as being on loan. If the data are valid, the coopItems table is updated. Register an item. This form has a text input field and a form submission button. The script checks that the member using the form has the right to add items to the database (an error response is generated if this is not permitted). The script gets a new item number from the uniqueIDs table (updating that table) and creates a new record in the coopItems table. (Strictly, those two operations form a single transaction and should be done under transactional control. However, this refinement can reasonably be ignored
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