By venu on Jul 15, 2009
Wrapping up development on Online and Offline charging API in Sailfin communication server. Here is a sample that shows a charging client accessing Ericsson Charging Server.
PartOne: Initial Request in Session based online charging.
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PartTwo: Update and Terminate Request in Session based online charging.
The below code snippet shows how to update a charging session and terminate one. The code snippet has comments to help you understand the code.
Highlights of Diameter support in Sailfin
1.Easy to use API , interfaces provided for AVP's defined in 3GPP specs and RFC's
2.Easy to query additional AVP's in a Grouped AVP.
3.Easy to add new AVP support using dictionary or annotations.
4.Ability to send messages in a synchronous or asynchronous manner(Listener support to receive asynchronous responses)
5.Interfaces defined to build messages as per 3GPP specifications.
6.Easy to build custom messages as shown in the code snippet.
7.Diameter Resource adapter.
8.Sailfin Admin console and Admin GUI support for local/remote configuration
If you have questions write to dev-AT-sailfin.dev.java-DOT-net.