Class DirectDebitingFailureHandling

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    Serializable, Enumerated

    public class DirectDebitingFailureHandling
    extends Object
    implements Serializable, Enumerated
    Java class to represent the DirectDebitingFailureHandling enumerated type.

    Documentation from the relevant specification:

    The Direct-Debiting-Failure-Handling AVP (AVP Code 428) is of type Enumerated. The credit-control client uses information in this AVP to decide what to do if sending credit-control messages (Requested- Action AVP set to DIRECT_DEBITING) to the credit-control server has been, for instance, temporarily prevented due to a network problem.

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    • Field Detail


        public static final DirectDebitingFailureHandling TERMINATE_OR_BUFFER
        When the Direct-Debiting-Failure-Handling AVP is set to TERMINATE_OR_BUFFER, the service MUST be granted for as long as there is a connection to the credit-control server. If the credit-control client does not receive any Credit-Control-Answer message within the Tx timer (as defined in section 13) the credit-control request is regarded as failed. The client SHOULD terminate the service if it can determine from the failed answer that units have not been debited. Otherwise the credit-control client SHOULD grant the service, store the request in application level non-volatile storage, and try to re-send the request. These requests MUST be marked as possible duplicates by setting the T- flag in the command header as described in [DIAMBASE] section 3. This is the default behavior if the AVP isn't included in the reply from the authorization server.
      • CONTINUE

        public static final DirectDebitingFailureHandling CONTINUE
        When the Direct-Debiting-Failure-Handling AVP is set to CONTINUE, the service SHOULD be granted, even if credit-control messages can't be delivered, and the request should be deleted.